Yoga in Waipahu

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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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

Kaimuki

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 66% 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 $39

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10 or 15 Yoga Classes at Akasha Yoga (Up to 68% Off)

Akasha Yoga

Honolulu

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 $44

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2-Hour Paddleboard Rental or 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

$50 $25

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10 or 20 Yoga Classes at Gypsy Yogi (Up to 73% Off)

Gypsy Yogi

Honolulu

Yogis flow through a series of poses during yoga classes that range from power yoga to soothing candlelight yoga

$120 $35

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Select Local Merchants

Obelisk made the list of 100 Best Restaurants 2012 and continues to be a hotspot in the nation’s capital. Best get reservations if you’re planning a visit to D.C. and want to dine here for great Italian food. Look up the address carefully because there is no signage out front. The menu has a selection of antipasti that changes daily, though many favorites frequently reappear. Italian wine selections are plentiful. The dress is upscale casual, and the average cost of one meal with wine is over $100. Most visitors agree that the atmosphere is intimate and the food is imaginative and delicious.

1450 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu,
HI
US

Still and Moving Center offers it all from yoga to aerial, dance, martial arts, meditation and culture, Pilates, for all ages. The Still and Moving Center has everything you need for wellness, inside and out, as it focuses on your body and mind in tandem. The Still and Moving Center not only has classes but offers room rentals, workshops, and events. Whether you are experienced in these arts or a novice, the friendly staff is happy to find a program that best suits your mind, body, and spirit. Stop by and enjoy all that the Still and Moving Center has to offer.

1024 Queen Street
Honolulu,
HI
US

MoonStruck Yogi isn't just a yoga studio; it's a sanctuary for individuals seeking community, empowerment, and an extra dose of flexibility and balance. Between its violet walls and hardwood floors, students of all levels gather for motivating classes filled with strength-building poses, deep-breathing exercises, and stretches as relaxing as a massage from a lavender sachet. To help yogis forge friendships, teachers encourage after-class mingling by initiating friendly conversations or brewing fresh chai tea.

25 North Hotel Street
Honolulu,
HI
US

We believe yoga is a path to self-discovery and through the strength of our community, we support each other to be wherever we are in that process.

1152 Koko Head Ave
Honolulu,
HI
US

Hot Yoga By The Sea is not your typical hot-yoga studio. Rather than offering traditional, 26-posture Bikram yoga, the studio allows its certified yoga instructors to base the types of classes offered on their individual specialties. Participants may choose from a variety of disciplines, including hot yoga, restorative hot yoga, hot hatha, and hot fusion yoga. The studio also eschews conventional heat sources in favor of infrared heat, which penetrates several inches into the body and is thought to enhance flexibility, reduce joint and muscle pain, and liquefy marshmallows hidden in pockets. The soothing thermal energy radiates off the hardwood floor and ceiling during each class, helping students glide into various poses.

320 Uluniu Street
Kailua,
HI
US

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.

94-547 Ukeʻe Street
Waipahu,
HI
US