Yoga in Makakilo


10 or 20 Boot Camps, Yoga Classes, and Functional Fitness Classes at 360 Strong (Up to 68% Off)

360 Strong

Makakilo - Kapolei - Ewa Beach - Mililani

Train every muscle between your big toe and your skull during classes that emphasize functional fitness inside a 3,500-square-foot facility

$100 $35

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$20 for 30-Class Yoga and Fitness Pass from Yoga & Fitness Passport ($300 Value)

Yoga & Fitness Passport

Multiple Locations

Students can use this 30-class pass at multiple locations to take everything from yoga to Zumba, signing up on an easy online platform

$300 $20

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$39 for a One-Month Unlimited Membership at Hot Yoga on Nimitz ($92 Value)

Hot Yoga on Nimitz

Hot Yoga on Nimitz

Students stretch and pose in 105-degree heat at a facility that features safety bars, rubber mats, and lavender-scented hand towels

$92 $39

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Sound-Wave Therapy at Soundshala (Up to 51% Off). Four Options Available.

Soundshala

Nuuanu - Punchbowl

Sound waves can help align your energies

$85 $42

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Five or Ten Yoga Classes at HOTYOGA8: Bikram Yoga Honolulu (Up to 59% Off)

HOTYOGA8: Bikram Yoga Honolulu

Bikram Yoga Honolulu

Five or ten classes in a variety of yoga styles, including Bikram, Vinyasa, and Ashtanga

$95 $39

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10 or 20 Unlimited Yoga or Boot-Camp Classes or One Month of Classes at Hi Life Athletics (Up to 79% Off)

Hi Life Athletics

Multiple Locations

Marc and Sara Zimmermann guide students through yoga, yogalates, core and boot-camp classes while enjoying the outdoors

$100 $24

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10 or 15 Yoga Classes at MYOGASPACE (Up to 56% Off)

MYOGASPACE

My Yoga Space

Various forms of yoga taught inside a home-based studio with a strong sense of community

$128 $59

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10 or 15 Yoga Classes at Akasha Yoga (Up to 61% Off)

Akasha Yoga

Akasha Yoga HI

Vinyasa flow and Akasha Series classes are offered, the latter of which include a set sequence of hatha poses practiced in a heated room

$125 $54

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5 or 10 Paddleboard Yoga Classes at Yoga Kai Paddle Yoga (Up to 63% Off)

Yoga Kai Paddle Yoga

Ala Moana Beach Park

After guiding students out to float on Oahu’s pristine waters, instructor leads them through a series of simple yoga stretches

$155 $59

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Four or Eight Yoga Fusion Classes at Yoga in the Park (Up to 56% Off)

Yoga in the Park

Kapiolani Park

75-minute classes help clients build flexibility and strength through outdoor yoga practice

$40 $19

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One or Two Months of Yoga Classes at Ohana Space Hawaii (Up to 66% Off)

Ohana Space Hawaii

Ohana Space Hawaii

A variety of authentic yoga classes, ranging from Prenatal to Power Yoga, for students of all experience levels

$130 $45

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10 or 20 Classes at Sun Yoga Hawaii (69% Off)

Sun Yoga Hawaii

Sun Yoga Hawaii

Held in an infrared heated studio, hot-yoga classes blend poses with meditation and deep-relaxation techniques

$170 $52

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  • Yoga Loft Hawaii
    For Yoga Loft Hawaii’s founder, Lisa Sochocki, yoga isn’t just a way to stretch and strengthen the body. It’s a tried-and-true method of ridding the mind of clutter such as worries, anger, and unsolved calculus problems. Without such distractions, students can listen to the wisdom their hearts contain. To build classes that pursue this goal, Lisa and her team of instructors draw upon 400 hours of teacher training and more than a decade of posing practice. Vibrant Vinyasa flow sessions explore sun salutations, arm balances, and backbends amid soothing turquoise walls and a soundtrack of vibrant music. Here, yogis of all levels learn to link poses with deep, relaxing breaths, forming a strong foundation for challenging classes such as power Vinyasa. Yin routines highlight yoga’s power to calm through lengthy poses that flex the body’s connective tissue and unblock its energy pathways. The loft also hosts classes that teach kids aged 4–6 how to melt stress and potty-mouthed snow angels during classes filled with playful poses and relaxation techniques.
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    94-547 Ukeʻe Street
    Waipahu, HI US
  • Power Yoga Hawaii
    Dorian Wright, a student of meditation since he was six, and Lehau Kai, an asana practitioner with more than 10 years experience, were both trained by renowned yogi and founder of the Power-yoga style, Bryan Kest. After mastering this style, which provides a rigorous total-body workout capable of sculpting lean muscle while improving circulation and mobility, the duo opened their 1,700-square-foot studio with a team of certified instructors. In addition to leading Power-yoga classes, the diverse team infuses the schedule with a range of yoga varieties, such as Vinyasa flow, slower paced Yin yoga, and Aerial yoga performed on suspended fabric that's designed to facilitate deep stretches. On Thursdays, Power Yoga invites a DJ to come spin motivating beats during classes, inspiring upward dogs to get down and downward-facing dogs to "get down."
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    510 Piikoi Street
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Bikram Yoga Honolulu
    The certified instructors at HOTYOGA8: Bikram Yoga Honolulu specialize in Bikram yoga, a style that uses 26 poses to work every major muscle group in the body. Each 90-minute class is taught in 105-degree heat, believed to help practitioners ease chronic pain, sweat out toxins, and stretch further than they would otherwise. Though most sessions are actively led by a teacher, some are conducted in meditative silence, and others are held by candlelight. The studio offers classes in other yoga styles as well, including Ashtanga, which uses breath control to bring about a heightened state of relaxation.
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    1151 12th Avenue
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Yoga Kai Paddle Yoga
    When Leah returned to the coast of Southern California after years of living inland, she did so to ensure that her unborn son could grow up with plenty of sun, sand, and water. But her homecoming blessed her with more than just the familiar beaches of her youth. Leah also discovered yoga, using the practice as a means to heal and grow stronger after her pregnancy. She became a passionate yogi, and eventually an instructor. Then, Leah and her family moved to Hawaii. "My husband and I knew that moving to Hawaii was not something ordinary people like us got to do," she explains. "Therefore, from the minute we landed on the island, we made it our goal to not only make each day count for us, but to share our island adventures with others.? All of this culminated in Leah starting her own business in Honolulu, Yoga Kai Paddle Yoga. It's a business that allows her to combine all of her life's passions, as she teaches classes that fuse yoga with stand-up paddleboarding. After guiding students out to float on Oahu's pristine waters, she leads them through a series of simple stretches and poses. The motion of the water serves as a natural way to test balance and form, and it encourages practitioners to develop body awareness in a way that doing yoga in a classroom or on a leaky waterbed just can't.
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    1201 Ala Moana Blvd
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Hot Yoga on Nimitz
    The heat?105 degrees, to be exact?scorches the yogi's body as she sustains the pose, and sweat drips onto the high density rubber mat below. The muscles in her ankles and wrists constantly fire, helping her maintain her balance on the soft surface. If it sounds intense, it's supposed to be; it's all part of a workout at Hot Yoga on Nimitz. Such 90-minute sessions become easier in light of the facility's many amenities. Visitors get complimentary filtered water to drink, access to changing rooms and shower facilities, and even a lavender-scented hand towel that's useful for drying off after class or proving that towels really do grow from flowers. As for the yoga space itself, the back of the enormous classroom features safety bars to assist with balance during class. It also bears mentioning that the schedule includes class options aside from hot yoga, including BUTI Fitness dance classes, Barbara Tone body toning, and unheated Vinyasa yoga.
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    1130 N Nimitz Hwy
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Beach | Sunset Yoga Hawaii
    As the sun rises and falls over the ocean, experienced yoga instructor Karen Le leads classes through Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow yoga sessions. Drawing from her training in the hill town in India that’s also home to the Dalai Lama, she instructs participants through postures that maximize blood circulation and improve breath and alignment. Rhythmic music and ocean breezes wafting around palm trees set the scene as students flow through dynamic Vinyasa movements and mindful Ashtanga postures. Voted #29 out of 145 Honolulu attraction on TripAdvisor, Beach | Sunset Yoga Hawaii's classes meet at the quiet left end of Waikiki, which showcases views of Honolulu's central beaches, allowing participants to finally do a true sun salutation, as opposed to a living-room-ceiling how-do-you-do.
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    2335 kalakaua ave #110-536
    Honolulu, Hawaii US

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