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Sup Yoga center Slovenia

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Our team consists of a team of two young enthusiastic, ambitious sports souls. With the combined forces of both have a goal to bring innovation to Slovenia – SUP Yoga in cooperation with the Sport- Vibrations Mistral ( Austria , Germany ) .

They are helping us on our way, and we are very gratefull.

Nina is a yoga instructor, beginning a career in Austria at the school of dance and  arts. Later she gained experience in teaching at various schools and events. Today it is an independent yoga instructor.


Kimi started her career with dancing hip hop and jazz ballet, where often exchanged various choreographies with Nina and realize a common feature ..


Later on, kimi tried SUP, which has impressed her on Kapverden. She started to compete, and in 2014 became the mistral teamrider.

Her sup season will continue with the hard work and the desire for good results.


In addition, Kimi and Nina brings together one thing - Enjoying the water!


Therefore, the total came up with the idea to offer people a new experience, contact with nature and at the same time recreation and relaxation .. SUP YOGA ...


In addition to Sup Yoga


Our center offers:


·         Sup instruction for beginners and competitors

·         Sup rent,

·         Sup guided tours

·         Yoga


This is our first year, so there is still a lot of work to show Slovenia and tourists all our activities.


Our activities will take place at sea, lakes and rivers.

Sup Yoga will be held at sunrise and sunset, which will all make it even more magical.


You can visit us on :


from Kimii Zupancic - Teamrider Mistral




With immense natural beauty, Bled, together with its surroundings, ranks among the most beautiful alpine resorts, renowned for its mild, healing climate and thermal lake water.




The beauty of the mountains reflected on the lake, the sun, the serenity and the fresh air arouse pleasant feelings in visitors throughout the year, guaranteeing an ideal base or a relaxing break or an active holiday.




Bled attracts businessmen, artists, athletes, explorers, sport enthusiasts, the old and the young, from all over the world, enchanting them to return again and again.




Bohinj is a valley that stretches from Soteska to Ukanc. On the south side, it is enclosed by the Lower Bohinj Mountains, which rise up to 2.000 meters, and on the north by the Triglav mountain range with Mount Triglav, Slovenia`s highest mountain (2864 m). Bohinj is divided into the Upper and Lower Bohinj valley. There are twenty-four villages in these two valleys.


Bohinj is one of the most beautiful places in the heart of the Julian Alps and in Triglav National Park. The natural beauty of high mountains, green forests, and beautiful mountain pastures and meadows, the cultural and historical monuments, and the friendly villages and towns with their hotels, restaurants, inns, and private rooms guarantee visitors a pleasant stay in Bohinj.


Bohinj is an ideal starting point for day trips, for walks on the trails that run throughout the valley, and for mountaineering and climbing tours and offers ideal options and opportunities for rest and relaxation in all seasons. In winter the valley becomes a winter sports center, while during the summer the most beautiful pearl of the valley, Lake Bohinj, invites bathers, and with the Sava Bohinjka River, kayakers and fishermen as well.





The Soča is a river 136 km long that descends quickly from its source in Trenta towards the sea.

Its typical green-blue colour does not fade away completely even in Friuli, as if it would tell us that its heart belongs to the mountains and that is where it reveals itself in all its beauty, childhood liveliness and original purity.


On its journey towards the south over the millennia, the Soča has broken through the rocky obstacles that were in its way and in some areas created deep gorges that are so narrow in some places that it is impossible to jump across them. 


For people who live by the Soča, this river has a symbolic meaning - somewhere deep within the human spirit it occupies the place of an immortal memorial, representing natural perfection. 

One could measure the depth of its straits and the breadth of its pools; 

one can talk about its shades of colours, about its numerous rapids and waterfalls; 

but it is difficult to capture in rigid and unmoving words its total presence, which is not represented only by the flow of the water, but by its natural environment as well. 


We can simply write that the Soča is beautiful, untouched, pure and perfect in its mountain current. 

Visitors have to find out the rest by themselves from wherever they approach the river, be it by kayak or as hikersor observers, or even with the intention of capturing one of its famous Soča trout;


A river with a colourful history


From Roman times to the construction of the railway in the mid-19th century, the Ljubljanica was a major trade and supply route.

On its way to Ljubljana, the river flows through the unique natural landscape of Ljubljana Marshes. Its bed is one of Slovenia's most important archaeological sites. Excavations have yielded objects dating from prehistory to the early modern period. Archaeologists believe that the river once had a cult status.


World famous embankments and bridges

Ljubljana is a city of beautiful and architecturally interesting bridges. Its river, the Ljubljanica, is believed to have been first spanned by a bridge in the Roman period.

Today, the Ljubljanica owes its distinctive appearance to the architect Jože Plečnik, who designed the old city centre's river embankments, landscaped tree-lined riverside walks, including the well known weeping willow-lined terraced walk alongside the Trnovski pristan embankment, and built or renovated several of the city's bridges, including the famous Trnovo Bridge, Cobblers' Bridge and Triple Bridge

The city's "lounge"


The heart of Ljubljana's social life are the Ljubljanica river embankments, densely scattered with lively cafés offering outdoor seating.

Ljubljanica is also perfect place to do different activities,  good way to see the old city centre and its famous bridges, picturesque buildings and vibrant embankments from a completely different angle is to join a SUP cruise along the river. In the summer you can hire a SUP and paddle through the city centre.




You can try SUP yoga, offered by Sport-Vibrations Slovenia.





Piran is to the Adriatic what Bled is to the Alps and Slovenia as a whole is to Central Europe: tiny, friendly and overwhelmingly picturesque.a





It's a town that is almost impossible not to fall in love with on your first visit, and if you only have time for a day trip you'll likely want to make plans to return.


Despite it's modest size Piran is awash in superlatives. It boasts what is undeniably the country's finest square, the 19th-century Tartinijev Trgnamed after the composer Giuseppe Tartini, and what has to be one of the most dramatically situated churches anywhere in Europe, St George Cathedral and its spectacular bell tower perched on the hill overlooking the town and the sea. In addition, its name rous restaurants not only turn out some of the best seafood we've ever eaten but also serve it in some equally unforgettable settings.



The village of Zbilje in the Municipality of Medvode is best known for the Zbiljsko jezero lake. Most people are unaware that the first written mention of Zbilje dates back as far as 1311. At one time, the centre of village life was the Church of St. John the Baptist (sv. Janez Krstnik), built in 1883-1884 on the ruins of an older church, but today its role has been taken over by the lake. Artificially made, the lake was formed in 1953, when the first hydroelectric power plant was built in Medvode.


HE Medvode dammed the millennia-old course of the Sava and filled the valley between Zbilje and Brezovec with water in just two days. In the same year, the villagers of Zbilje founded their first tourism organisation, which is still active today and is responsible for the promotion of Zbilje. Their excellent work has been rewarded with a number of certificates in the Slovenian tourism campaign entitled My Country – Beautiful and Hospitable.