Semester-long classes more popular than ever

There are more students taking semester-long classes at MBAC this semester than ever before. The addition of stand up paddling as a class and the increasing popularity of surfing seem to be the primary contributors to the growth of the program. The new offering of intermediate surfing, which allows beginning surfers the opportunity to return for a second semester of surfing, may be another contributor. Read More

SUPYoga: A step beyond ordinary yoga

Daniel Dominguez is an MBAC SUPYoga Instructor and Yoga Instructor at the Aztec Recreation Center. He is also a licensed massage therapist

“Doing yoga on a paddle board? That’s crazy!” – The typical response when people first hear about this new blend of activities. Nevertheless, Stand Up Paddle Yoga (SUP Yoga) is becoming more popular for several reasons, but mainly because it gives you the chance to take care of the body and mind while immersed in a natural open environment. Read More

Fall watersports credit classes enrolling now!

New this semester: ENS 138 Stand Up Paddling

With the start of the fall semester right around the corner, many students are looking for classes to fill their schedules. And while anyone, student or not, can enroll in our School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences classes, SDSU and USD students can earn college credit while learning watersports, including our newest class: Stand Up Paddling. Read More

New SUPCore program focuses on the mind & body

 

 

Looking for a yoga or fitness class that combines the challenge of a workout with the enjoyment of being outdoors? Escape from the crowds at the gym or the yoga studio and enjoy your time on the flat water of Mission Bay! MBAC is launching a new SUPCore (Stand Up Paddle Core) program that uses stand up paddleboards as a means to enjoy a fitness workout, or the tranquil experience of yoga on a floating mat. The SUPCore program eill start on May 24 and will consists of two new classes, SUPYoga and SUPFit, that will be offered on a session by session basis, or as a series of 4 consecutive sessions. Read More