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Yoga is known for its relaxing and centering qualities. Beaches are hailed as a place to escape and rejuvenate. Hawai‘i is a destination renowned for its luxury and leisure. Why not combine all three for the best possible getaway?
Located on the Eastern tip of the island among 26 tropical acres, Yoga Oasis offers week-long yoga retreats as well as daily classes. Near Pahoa, Kalani Oceanside Retreat offers a variety of workshops and packages including a weeklong “Introduction to Yoga.”
If you want go the retreat route near Kona, visit Yoga Hale, located minutes from White Sand Beach.
Or, for classes and workshops held daily, visit BigIsland Yoga Center. Held in a plantation home in the cool, upland town of Kealakekua just south of Kailua-Kona, these classes are very popular with travelers.
Beyond these options, many resorts and spas offer yoga classes of their own (for example, the Hilton Waikaloa’s fitness center offers complimentary classes to its guests), so contact your concierge for more options.
Learn more information about Yoga Oasis by calling (800) 274-4446 or vsiting www.yogaoasis.org; Kalani Oceanside Retreat at (800) 800-6886 or www.kalani.com; Yoga Hale at (808) 938-9980 or www.yogahale.com; and Big Island Yoga Center at (808) 329-9642 or www.bigislandyoga.com.