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Traditional Inuit Paddlers of the Southeast (TIPS) is an annual kayak gathering that brings Greenland Style paddling to the Southeastern United States.
Novice through expertly skilled paddlers join together to explore, learn and teach paddling strokes and maneuvers, rolling techniques and appreciate the ingenuity of the type of equipment used for thousands of years by Greenland hunters.
TIPS 2017 IS SCHEDULED FOR 
19 - 21 MAY
 
    Save the third weekend in May 2017 for the fourth annual Traditional Paddlers Retreat to be held at the same wonderful spot along the shores of Lake Greenwood. Come add a Greenland twist to your sea kayaking skills to include strokes, rescues, rolling and even harpooning.
   The weekend will also be filled with yoga exercises for paddlers, games, friendly competitions on and off the water, information about traditional paddling and LOTS OF FUN.
    As plans progress, information will be posted to this site.  Visit often.
  
2017 GUEST MENTORS AND ACTIVITIES
Will Bigelow  
    
Dubside  

    Dave Sides

Where did that seal go?
   
FUN AND CHALLENGES
   
A seal skin aquilisaq
​A neoprene equivalent
On land rolling demonstration
 
 
yoga for yips, yeows and yaws
 
While you are paddliing do certain parts of your body speak to you in terms that you would rather not hear?  Would you like to learn some tools that might help alleviate those discomforts.  Make an appointment with Debbie Seabrook, certified yoga instructor.
Put a little balance in your life!
See, I told you I could do it!