Cool! Aqua Vida Is Adding a Floating Shop to Spruce Street Harbor Park

You’ll have to conquer your fear of falling into the Delaware to shop it.

Photo Courtesy of Aqua Vida

Aqua Vida, the folks who bring their floating SUP yoga and fitness to Spruce Street Harbor Park in the warmer months, has an addition this year: they’ll have a shop for you to peruse before and after classes. And not just any shop — a floating shop. How fitting, right?

They tell us the floating shop, a postage stamp-sized store inside their 30-foot boat docked at Spruce Street Harbor Park (301 South Christopher Columbus Boulevard, Center City), will offer up a selection of sustainably produced and eco-conscious goods. The small selection will include SUP essentials like quick-dry leggings and shorts and reversible multi-use bikinis, along with a limited selection of skincare products. The tell us they’re putting the finishing touches on the shop and it should be complete later this month.

But here’s the catch: If you want access to the shop, you’ll need to take one of Aqua Vida’s classes. The shop is exclusive to class attendees. Before or after your class, you can browse the goods. Lucky for you, you can start planning your SUP yoga and shopping sesh now — Aqua Vida recently unveiled their summer schedule. The class lineup is complete with all sorts of fun, including their AquaFLOW yoga and on-board-HIIT workouts, AquaSCULPT (think: Pilates on a SUP board), along with on-the-water clean-ups on Friday evenings, full-moon SUP yoga, and more. And if you’re a little intimidated by the prospect of falling into the Delaware, Aqua Vida’s also offering private SUP lessons so you can get your sea legs before braving their workout classes. You can see their full schedule here.

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