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Beach Yoga and Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike (with meditation)
Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike
Morning Beach Gentle Flow
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
Teacher
audrey
karen
mizuho
Vesela
Start Time
morning
afternoon
evening
Time Mon
3/20
Tue
3/21
Wed
3/22
Thu
3/23
Fri
3/24
Sat
3/25
Sun
3/26
9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
1358255
323475
Morning Beach Gentle Flow
with mizuho
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
Morning Beach Gentle Flow
Morning Gentle Flow Yoga, oceanfront under large banyon tree for shade- grassy area to the right of the waikiki aqaurium -on the quiet end of Waikiki beach towards Daimondhead side - away from the hotels and bustle for a more connecting expereince to hawaiis land and nature -as we mindfully watchtrees and clouds sway and surfers coast the waves. Morning classes tend to be more quiet and calm in the park generally, so the classes tend to be smaller and more gentle and relaxing of a flow.We are able to stop more and break down postures should the class desire.The classes are taught in english, however Mon and Wed instructor is able to speak in japanese if needed. bring water and large towel - no mat is needed on grass- the earth shall be our mat
About mizuho
japanese and english - gentle

Monday, March 20 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
5 hours 30 minutes
morning
2198051
292074
Beach Yoga and Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike (with meditation)
with karen
5 hours 30 minutes minutes
Beach Yoga and Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike (with meditation)
Escape the hotel busy areas for the day .......as our Beachfront yoga is in a stunning serene quieter location of waikiki, followed by a hike to a more hidden rustic and serene tall waterfall (a locals favorite secret area away from mass tour commercialism and buses of people) where we can get immersed fully in water if you wish.Meditation by waterfall.Hike will accompany mindful exploration of flora fauna and culture.$20 extra for transportation
About karen
Karen as founder, provides the training and vision for the company. She received her RYT 200 Ashtanga and Hatha teaching certification from Aryan Yoga & Reiki Centre in McLeod Ganj, India, a hill town located in the foothills of the Himalayas and home to the current exiled Dalai Lama and Tibetan government. Her intensive training stressed Asthanga’s underscoring of the vitalness of alignment,postures maximizing the blood circulation flow, and breath over flexibility in order to ensure long term physical health, strength and internal focus. While there she spent time in Buddhist meditation retreats where going without speaking for the duration really allowed her to recognize her core. While in the Himalayas, she volunteered teaching English to Tibetan monks and their community, and was blessed to be able to sit in on several teachings from the Dalai Lama. That is where she began exploring deeply the Buddhist traditions of mindfulness and analytical meditation, a practice that is now being adopted by the west in all areas from modern psychology to training the military. She was changed intensely inside. In adherence to her background in law and community development, she is very interested in the development of public health, social consciousness and alternative children's programs, and thus teaching yoga came right in line with those life missions. She is a lover of wisdom and philosophy, animals and rugged nature, a devoted academic, and one very open to spirituality. An island girl at heart with a global mindset, she believes in the religion of kindness, and adheres to the ideals that Zen teaches; that only compassion, kindness and our connections with each other will lead us to lasting happiness in our own lives. Karen studied law not to execute it in job but rather to, use it as a means to contribute to a meaningful difference in the world; to deal with with policy and social justice issues for those that need help with resources most. She wanted to study law to navigate the law for herself and others, and at times to help effect changes within laws. Through yoga and non-profit community development, she feels incredibly blessed to be able to answer to her higher calling, to devote her life to the development of greater consciousness and compassion for herself and others...to spread ease, tranquility and... shanti~ (you can read her full bio on the instructor tab)

Monday, March 20 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
1358255
323475
Morning Beach Gentle Flow
with mizuho
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
Morning Beach Gentle Flow
Morning Gentle Flow Yoga, oceanfront under large banyon tree for shade- grassy area to the right of the waikiki aqaurium -on the quiet end of Waikiki beach towards Daimondhead side - away from the hotels and bustle for a more connecting expereince to hawaiis land and nature -as we mindfully watchtrees and clouds sway and surfers coast the waves. Morning classes tend to be more quiet and calm in the park generally, so the classes tend to be smaller and more gentle and relaxing of a flow.We are able to stop more and break down postures should the class desire.The classes are taught in english, however Mon and Wed instructor is able to speak in japanese if needed. bring water and large towel - no mat is needed on grass- the earth shall be our mat
About mizuho
japanese and english - gentle

Wednesday, March 22 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
5 hours 30 minutes
morning
2198051
292074
Beach Yoga and Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike (with meditation)
with karen
5 hours 30 minutes minutes
Beach Yoga and Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike (with meditation)
Escape the hotel busy areas for the day .......as our Beachfront yoga is in a stunning serene quieter location of waikiki, followed by a hike to a more hidden rustic and serene tall waterfall (a locals favorite secret area away from mass tour commercialism and buses of people) where we can get immersed fully in water if you wish.Meditation by waterfall.Hike will accompany mindful exploration of flora fauna and culture.$20 extra for transportation
About karen
Karen as founder, provides the training and vision for the company. She received her RYT 200 Ashtanga and Hatha teaching certification from Aryan Yoga & Reiki Centre in McLeod Ganj, India, a hill town located in the foothills of the Himalayas and home to the current exiled Dalai Lama and Tibetan government. Her intensive training stressed Asthanga’s underscoring of the vitalness of alignment,postures maximizing the blood circulation flow, and breath over flexibility in order to ensure long term physical health, strength and internal focus. While there she spent time in Buddhist meditation retreats where going without speaking for the duration really allowed her to recognize her core. While in the Himalayas, she volunteered teaching English to Tibetan monks and their community, and was blessed to be able to sit in on several teachings from the Dalai Lama. That is where she began exploring deeply the Buddhist traditions of mindfulness and analytical meditation, a practice that is now being adopted by the west in all areas from modern psychology to training the military. She was changed intensely inside. In adherence to her background in law and community development, she is very interested in the development of public health, social consciousness and alternative children's programs, and thus teaching yoga came right in line with those life missions. She is a lover of wisdom and philosophy, animals and rugged nature, a devoted academic, and one very open to spirituality. An island girl at heart with a global mindset, she believes in the religion of kindness, and adheres to the ideals that Zen teaches; that only compassion, kindness and our connections with each other will lead us to lasting happiness in our own lives. Karen studied law not to execute it in job but rather to, use it as a means to contribute to a meaningful difference in the world; to deal with with policy and social justice issues for those that need help with resources most. She wanted to study law to navigate the law for herself and others, and at times to help effect changes within laws. Through yoga and non-profit community development, she feels incredibly blessed to be able to answer to her higher calling, to devote her life to the development of greater consciousness and compassion for herself and others...to spread ease, tranquility and... shanti~ (you can read her full bio on the instructor tab)

Wednesday, March 22 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
1 hour 15 minutes
morning
1358255
580473
Morning Beach Gentle Flow
with audrey
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
Morning Beach Gentle Flow
Morning Gentle Flow Yoga, oceanfront under large banyon tree for shade- grassy area to the right of the waikiki aqaurium -on the quiet end of Waikiki beach towards Daimondhead side - away from the hotels and bustle for a more connecting expereince to hawaiis land and nature -as we mindfully watchtrees and clouds sway and surfers coast the waves. Morning classes tend to be more quiet and calm in the park generally, so the classes tend to be smaller and more gentle and relaxing of a flow.We are able to stop more and break down postures should the class desire.The classes are taught in english, however Mon and Wed instructor is able to speak in japanese if needed. bring water and large towel - no mat is needed on grass- the earth shall be our mat

Friday, March 24 at 9:00 am
9:00 am
5 hours 30 minutes
morning
2198051
292074
Beach Yoga and Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike (with meditation)
with karen
5 hours 30 minutes minutes
Beach Yoga and Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike (with meditation)
Escape the hotel busy areas for the day .......as our Beachfront yoga is in a stunning serene quieter location of waikiki, followed by a hike to a more hidden rustic and serene tall waterfall (a locals favorite secret area away from mass tour commercialism and buses of people) where we can get immersed fully in water if you wish.Meditation by waterfall.Hike will accompany mindful exploration of flora fauna and culture.$20 extra for transportation
About karen
Karen as founder, provides the training and vision for the company. She received her RYT 200 Ashtanga and Hatha teaching certification from Aryan Yoga & Reiki Centre in McLeod Ganj, India, a hill town located in the foothills of the Himalayas and home to the current exiled Dalai Lama and Tibetan government. Her intensive training stressed Asthanga’s underscoring of the vitalness of alignment,postures maximizing the blood circulation flow, and breath over flexibility in order to ensure long term physical health, strength and internal focus. While there she spent time in Buddhist meditation retreats where going without speaking for the duration really allowed her to recognize her core. While in the Himalayas, she volunteered teaching English to Tibetan monks and their community, and was blessed to be able to sit in on several teachings from the Dalai Lama. That is where she began exploring deeply the Buddhist traditions of mindfulness and analytical meditation, a practice that is now being adopted by the west in all areas from modern psychology to training the military. She was changed intensely inside. In adherence to her background in law and community development, she is very interested in the development of public health, social consciousness and alternative children's programs, and thus teaching yoga came right in line with those life missions. She is a lover of wisdom and philosophy, animals and rugged nature, a devoted academic, and one very open to spirituality. An island girl at heart with a global mindset, she believes in the religion of kindness, and adheres to the ideals that Zen teaches; that only compassion, kindness and our connections with each other will lead us to lasting happiness in our own lives. Karen studied law not to execute it in job but rather to, use it as a means to contribute to a meaningful difference in the world; to deal with with policy and social justice issues for those that need help with resources most. She wanted to study law to navigate the law for herself and others, and at times to help effect changes within laws. Through yoga and non-profit community development, she feels incredibly blessed to be able to answer to her higher calling, to devote her life to the development of greater consciousness and compassion for herself and others...to spread ease, tranquility and... shanti~ (you can read her full bio on the instructor tab)

Friday, March 24 at 9:00 am
11:15 am
11:15 am
3 hours 30 minutes
morning
2198057
292074
Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike
with karen
3 hours 30 minutes minutes
Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike
secret area away from mass tour commercialism and buses of people) where we can get immersed fully in water if you wish (unlike any other group tour).Meditation by waterfall.Hike will accompany wondrous and mindful exploration of flora fauna and culture. Transportation:$20 extra if adding transportation to an area roughly 35 min from Waikiki towards the east Kailua side This hike can be combined with a morning beachfront yoga for $10 extra
About karen
Karen as founder, provides the training and vision for the company. She received her RYT 200 Ashtanga and Hatha teaching certification from Aryan Yoga & Reiki Centre in McLeod Ganj, India, a hill town located in the foothills of the Himalayas and home to the current exiled Dalai Lama and Tibetan government. Her intensive training stressed Asthanga’s underscoring of the vitalness of alignment,postures maximizing the blood circulation flow, and breath over flexibility in order to ensure long term physical health, strength and internal focus. While there she spent time in Buddhist meditation retreats where going without speaking for the duration really allowed her to recognize her core. While in the Himalayas, she volunteered teaching English to Tibetan monks and their community, and was blessed to be able to sit in on several teachings from the Dalai Lama. That is where she began exploring deeply the Buddhist traditions of mindfulness and analytical meditation, a practice that is now being adopted by the west in all areas from modern psychology to training the military. She was changed intensely inside. In adherence to her background in law and community development, she is very interested in the development of public health, social consciousness and alternative children's programs, and thus teaching yoga came right in line with those life missions. She is a lover of wisdom and philosophy, animals and rugged nature, a devoted academic, and one very open to spirituality. An island girl at heart with a global mindset, she believes in the religion of kindness, and adheres to the ideals that Zen teaches; that only compassion, kindness and our connections with each other will lead us to lasting happiness in our own lives. Karen studied law not to execute it in job but rather to, use it as a means to contribute to a meaningful difference in the world; to deal with with policy and social justice issues for those that need help with resources most. She wanted to study law to navigate the law for herself and others, and at times to help effect changes within laws. Through yoga and non-profit community development, she feels incredibly blessed to be able to answer to her higher calling, to devote her life to the development of greater consciousness and compassion for herself and others...to spread ease, tranquility and... shanti~ (you can read her full bio on the instructor tab)

Monday, March 20 at 11:15 am
11:15 am
3 hours 30 minutes
morning
2198057
292074
Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike
with karen
3 hours 30 minutes minutes
Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike
secret area away from mass tour commercialism and buses of people) where we can get immersed fully in water if you wish (unlike any other group tour).Meditation by waterfall.Hike will accompany wondrous and mindful exploration of flora fauna and culture. Transportation:$20 extra if adding transportation to an area roughly 35 min from Waikiki towards the east Kailua side This hike can be combined with a morning beachfront yoga for $10 extra
About karen
Karen as founder, provides the training and vision for the company. She received her RYT 200 Ashtanga and Hatha teaching certification from Aryan Yoga & Reiki Centre in McLeod Ganj, India, a hill town located in the foothills of the Himalayas and home to the current exiled Dalai Lama and Tibetan government. Her intensive training stressed Asthanga’s underscoring of the vitalness of alignment,postures maximizing the blood circulation flow, and breath over flexibility in order to ensure long term physical health, strength and internal focus. While there she spent time in Buddhist meditation retreats where going without speaking for the duration really allowed her to recognize her core. While in the Himalayas, she volunteered teaching English to Tibetan monks and their community, and was blessed to be able to sit in on several teachings from the Dalai Lama. That is where she began exploring deeply the Buddhist traditions of mindfulness and analytical meditation, a practice that is now being adopted by the west in all areas from modern psychology to training the military. She was changed intensely inside. In adherence to her background in law and community development, she is very interested in the development of public health, social consciousness and alternative children's programs, and thus teaching yoga came right in line with those life missions. She is a lover of wisdom and philosophy, animals and rugged nature, a devoted academic, and one very open to spirituality. An island girl at heart with a global mindset, she believes in the religion of kindness, and adheres to the ideals that Zen teaches; that only compassion, kindness and our connections with each other will lead us to lasting happiness in our own lives. Karen studied law not to execute it in job but rather to, use it as a means to contribute to a meaningful difference in the world; to deal with with policy and social justice issues for those that need help with resources most. She wanted to study law to navigate the law for herself and others, and at times to help effect changes within laws. Through yoga and non-profit community development, she feels incredibly blessed to be able to answer to her higher calling, to devote her life to the development of greater consciousness and compassion for herself and others...to spread ease, tranquility and... shanti~ (you can read her full bio on the instructor tab)

Wednesday, March 22 at 11:15 am
11:15 am
3 hours 30 minutes
morning
2198057
292074
Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike
with karen
3 hours 30 minutes minutes
Jungle Waterfall Mindful Hike
secret area away from mass tour commercialism and buses of people) where we can get immersed fully in water if you wish (unlike any other group tour).Meditation by waterfall.Hike will accompany wondrous and mindful exploration of flora fauna and culture. Transportation:$20 extra if adding transportation to an area roughly 35 min from Waikiki towards the east Kailua side This hike can be combined with a morning beachfront yoga for $10 extra
About karen
Karen as founder, provides the training and vision for the company. She received her RYT 200 Ashtanga and Hatha teaching certification from Aryan Yoga & Reiki Centre in McLeod Ganj, India, a hill town located in the foothills of the Himalayas and home to the current exiled Dalai Lama and Tibetan government. Her intensive training stressed Asthanga’s underscoring of the vitalness of alignment,postures maximizing the blood circulation flow, and breath over flexibility in order to ensure long term physical health, strength and internal focus. While there she spent time in Buddhist meditation retreats where going without speaking for the duration really allowed her to recognize her core. While in the Himalayas, she volunteered teaching English to Tibetan monks and their community, and was blessed to be able to sit in on several teachings from the Dalai Lama. That is where she began exploring deeply the Buddhist traditions of mindfulness and analytical meditation, a practice that is now being adopted by the west in all areas from modern psychology to training the military. She was changed intensely inside. In adherence to her background in law and community development, she is very interested in the development of public health, social consciousness and alternative children's programs, and thus teaching yoga came right in line with those life missions. She is a lover of wisdom and philosophy, animals and rugged nature, a devoted academic, and one very open to spirituality. An island girl at heart with a global mindset, she believes in the religion of kindness, and adheres to the ideals that Zen teaches; that only compassion, kindness and our connections with each other will lead us to lasting happiness in our own lives. Karen studied law not to execute it in job but rather to, use it as a means to contribute to a meaningful difference in the world; to deal with with policy and social justice issues for those that need help with resources most. She wanted to study law to navigate the law for herself and others, and at times to help effect changes within laws. Through yoga and non-profit community development, she feels incredibly blessed to be able to answer to her higher calling, to devote her life to the development of greater consciousness and compassion for herself and others...to spread ease, tranquility and... shanti~ (you can read her full bio on the instructor tab)

Friday, March 24 at 11:15 am
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
1358251
292074
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
with karen
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
Sunset Yoga on the Grassy area of Waikiki beach.Dynamic and Mindful Ashtanga honored vinyasa flow check in starts 5 min before all levels - bring large towel and water no mats needed on soft grass
About karen
Karen as founder, provides the training and vision for the company. She received her RYT 200 Ashtanga and Hatha teaching certification from Aryan Yoga & Reiki Centre in McLeod Ganj, India, a hill town located in the foothills of the Himalayas and home to the current exiled Dalai Lama and Tibetan government. Her intensive training stressed Asthanga’s underscoring of the vitalness of alignment,postures maximizing the blood circulation flow, and breath over flexibility in order to ensure long term physical health, strength and internal focus. While there she spent time in Buddhist meditation retreats where going without speaking for the duration really allowed her to recognize her core. While in the Himalayas, she volunteered teaching English to Tibetan monks and their community, and was blessed to be able to sit in on several teachings from the Dalai Lama. That is where she began exploring deeply the Buddhist traditions of mindfulness and analytical meditation, a practice that is now being adopted by the west in all areas from modern psychology to training the military. She was changed intensely inside. In adherence to her background in law and community development, she is very interested in the development of public health, social consciousness and alternative children's programs, and thus teaching yoga came right in line with those life missions. She is a lover of wisdom and philosophy, animals and rugged nature, a devoted academic, and one very open to spirituality. An island girl at heart with a global mindset, she believes in the religion of kindness, and adheres to the ideals that Zen teaches; that only compassion, kindness and our connections with each other will lead us to lasting happiness in our own lives. Karen studied law not to execute it in job but rather to, use it as a means to contribute to a meaningful difference in the world; to deal with with policy and social justice issues for those that need help with resources most. She wanted to study law to navigate the law for herself and others, and at times to help effect changes within laws. Through yoga and non-profit community development, she feels incredibly blessed to be able to answer to her higher calling, to devote her life to the development of greater consciousness and compassion for herself and others...to spread ease, tranquility and... shanti~ (you can read her full bio on the instructor tab)

Tuesday, March 21 at 6:00 pm
6:00 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
1358251
580471
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
with Vesela
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
Sunset Yoga on the Grassy area of Waikiki beach.Dynamic and Mindful Ashtanga honored vinyasa flow check in starts 5 min before all levels - bring large towel and water no mats needed on soft grass

Thursday, March 23 at 6:00 pm
6:00 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
1358251
580473
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
with audrey
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
Sunset Yoga on the Grassy area of Waikiki beach.Dynamic and Mindful Ashtanga honored vinyasa flow check in starts 5 min before all levels - bring large towel and water no mats needed on soft grass

Friday, March 24 at 6:00 pm
6:00 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
1358251
292074
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
with karen
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
Sunset Yoga on the Grassy area of Waikiki beach.Dynamic and Mindful Ashtanga honored vinyasa flow check in starts 5 min before all levels - bring large towel and water no mats needed on soft grass
About karen
Karen as founder, provides the training and vision for the company. She received her RYT 200 Ashtanga and Hatha teaching certification from Aryan Yoga & Reiki Centre in McLeod Ganj, India, a hill town located in the foothills of the Himalayas and home to the current exiled Dalai Lama and Tibetan government. Her intensive training stressed Asthanga’s underscoring of the vitalness of alignment,postures maximizing the blood circulation flow, and breath over flexibility in order to ensure long term physical health, strength and internal focus. While there she spent time in Buddhist meditation retreats where going without speaking for the duration really allowed her to recognize her core. While in the Himalayas, she volunteered teaching English to Tibetan monks and their community, and was blessed to be able to sit in on several teachings from the Dalai Lama. That is where she began exploring deeply the Buddhist traditions of mindfulness and analytical meditation, a practice that is now being adopted by the west in all areas from modern psychology to training the military. She was changed intensely inside. In adherence to her background in law and community development, she is very interested in the development of public health, social consciousness and alternative children's programs, and thus teaching yoga came right in line with those life missions. She is a lover of wisdom and philosophy, animals and rugged nature, a devoted academic, and one very open to spirituality. An island girl at heart with a global mindset, she believes in the religion of kindness, and adheres to the ideals that Zen teaches; that only compassion, kindness and our connections with each other will lead us to lasting happiness in our own lives. Karen studied law not to execute it in job but rather to, use it as a means to contribute to a meaningful difference in the world; to deal with with policy and social justice issues for those that need help with resources most. She wanted to study law to navigate the law for herself and others, and at times to help effect changes within laws. Through yoga and non-profit community development, she feels incredibly blessed to be able to answer to her higher calling, to devote her life to the development of greater consciousness and compassion for herself and others...to spread ease, tranquility and... shanti~ (you can read her full bio on the instructor tab)

Saturday, March 25 at 6:00 pm
6:00 pm
1 hour 15 minutes
evening
1358251
580471
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
with Vesela
1 hour 15 minutes minutes
Sunset Yoga (book 1 persons name, note any others and bring cash for the others)
Sunset Yoga on the Grassy area of Waikiki beach.Dynamic and Mindful Ashtanga honored vinyasa flow check in starts 5 min before all levels - bring large towel and water no mats needed on soft grass

Sunday, March 26 at 6:00 pm

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