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North Shore Stand Up Paddleboarding owner Heather Holmes (from left) performs a yoga position with students Kay Held and Nicole Whelan on stand-up paddleboards recently in Duluth. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

Yoga goes into the wild: Paddleboards, fresh air provide enhanced experience

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Kay Held was leaving nothing to chance.

“You swear we’re not going to fall?” she asked Heather Holmes.

The simple answer was “Yes” from the co-owner of North Shore Stand Up Paddleboarding.

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Holmes guided Held and her friend Nicole Whelan out onto Superior Bay and around Park Point and the Duluth-Superior Sailing Association dock.

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