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$35 to start your first introductory month!
*Kama'aina and first time students only
10AM YIN CANCELED FRIDAY FEB 15th
90min. Bikram Yoga is our core class, recommended for beginners, ages 9 - 90 regardless of injury, flexibility or ability. If you don't have time for the 90min., there are a few 60min. classes on the schedule. We recommend trying the 90min. Bikram Yoga class at least 5 times before attending the 60min. classes. Come in and try your best to do what you can, as much as you can and you will see the benefits. We are happy to schedule private classes and discuss which classes and class packages may be right for you, give us a call at (808)937-3037 with any questions! If you are kama'aina be sure to take advantage of our 30 day unlimited special for new students:
ONLY $35 FOR ONE MONTH UNLIMITED!
I90 - The intermediate class is a hot 90 min class that builds on the foundation created by the 26&2 sequence. No advanced skills are needed to participate in this class, but comfort with the 26 and a desire to expand is essential. Structured by Esak Garcia, this class prepares students for the more complex 84 posture advanced class, from which Bikram yoga was derived.
A2hr - This advanced practice of 84 postures was taught by Bishnu Ghosh and his disciples from Calcutta, India. It's a 120 minute therapeutic heated Hatha yoga sequence that prepares a body for meditation, as it helps to oxygenate all of the organs and muscles as well as helping to restore proper functioning of all of the body's systems. It's expected that participants in this practice have a good foundation of strength, flexibility, alignment, concentration, and balance. This class helps develop skills like lotus, handstands, leg-over-the-head movements, and deep back bends.
V75 -Vinyasa means to link body and breath to movement. This is a heated class and will take you through a variety of different sequences designed to stretch and strengthen your body and relax your mind.
Yin 90/75mins. is a non-heated practice to realign your connective tissues and joints. This practice is extremely meditative, with long (sometimes 5 minute long) holds in the postures, designed to open your hips. This can be a challenging practice, but creates a feeling of grounding and peace.