Dress to get wet, especially if you’re new to stand up paddleboarding yoga. You need to work on your balance so chances are you’re going to end up in the water at some point. This goes for beginners and advanced paddlers as well. It’s part of the fun and incredibly refreshing.
Also, be aware of the weather. You want to do your SUP yoga on calm water because rough water will make it unnecessarily awkward. Wind, rain, and rough water are all things you want to avoid not only due to higher frustration levels but also because you want to stay safe.
Lastly, remember to follow proper sun protection guidelines. Sunblock, even on a cloudy day, can save you from a burn. Any time you are going to be outdoors and directly under the sun for a long period of time, it’s best to get the right skin protection.