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Practical Information

ALOHAKAI & KAHAKAI

There are two different types of workshops, the "Alohakai" 4 hour-long workshop which focuses on Standup paddling (SUP) and yoga, and the "Kahakai"  7 hour-long workshop with SUP, yoga, lunch, dance, healthy living advice and more. 

What do I need to bring?

  1. Clothes that can get wet. When we standup paddle, we usually wear a training outfit (like you would if you were going running), or a bikini/swimsuit if it´s warm. In any case we might fall in, so make sure you wear something that you don't mind getting wet!
  2. Extra clothes (if you "whoopsy" fall inn!)
  3. Sweater/warm change of clothes (even on a sunny day it can get a bit chilly after sweating in yoga, or falling in the water during SUP-class).
  4. Towel
  5. Yoga mat if you want to use your own , if not you can borrow one:) 
  6. Sunscreen (yep, we are crossing our fingers for a warm, sunny, alohalicious day!)
  7. Waterbottle with water.
  8. For the Kahakai workshop you might want to bring an old t-shirt that you don't mind getting paint on (in case you choose the painting activity for your creative-class).
  9. A big smile
  10. A happy, excited and curious attitude
  11. Your utmost respect for each and every participant, so that we together make this a day of positivity, support and endless encouragement in our small circle of women.

Other Guidelines

Fun fact: Kahakai means beach in Hawaiian. Kai means ocean. Read more about the meaning of aloha here.