Paddleboard therapy combines mindful self-awareness and the natural world to help bring ease to
- anxiety & depression
- insomnia & stress
- chronic pain & fatigue
- grief & trauma
All levels of experience are welcome.
$225/pp includes use of a paddleboard and life jacket, plus a 2-hour experience.
Email me for information on
- individual or family sessions
- group sessions with your friends or colleagues
All participants must be willing to wear a life jacket, and must be able to swim and carry 20 pounds (to carry the board to the water).
Weight limit for boards is 270 pounds.
No scheduled groups until October.
Stone Mountain Lake (parking pass)
Lake Lanier (specific address provided)
7 days for full refund
4 days for partial refund (-$75)
Why Choose Paddleboard Therapy?
Paddleboard therapy gets you out of your head and in to a full body experience in nature.
I provide private family exeriences (email me) and group experiences.
Join a group experience...
- unwind your body and mind
- have fun & adventure
- receive support
- connect with others
- reduce stress
- improve sleep
- increase self-compassion
- increase self-understanding
- challenge yourself
- learn a new skill
Social distancing is encouraged for anyone who is not vaccinated. Please reschedule if you show any signs of illness (see CDC Guidelines).
What can I expect?
These small group paddleboard sessions are designed to meet you right where you are, both physically and emotionally. We'll inflate the boards (electric pumps!), carry them to the water, and climb on. There is no requirement to stand on the board. Ever. And whether this is your first time or 117th time on the water, we'll stay curious about this adventure together.
Our goal on the water is to have a fully present experience, to notice the inner and outter experience, to ease our minds and unwind our bodies.
Here are some needs and goals people have...the possibilities are endless:
- showing up at the lake
- getting on the paddleboard
- being in community with others
- paddling while sitting
- kneeling on the board
- standing up on the board
- adjusting expectations
- accepting limitations
- pushing limits
- trying something that feels uncomfortable
- accepting what your body can or cannot do at any given time
- laughing, telling a joke, or sitting in quiet contemplation
The goal is not to stand or become a proficient paddleboarder, it is to attune to yourself, nurture your innate wisdom, unwind, and have fun.
I will support, guide, and trust you, all at the same time.