Beach Addresses

Pahoehoe Beach Park 77- 6434 Ali'i Drive

Honl's Beach 75-5888 Ali'i Drive

Old Airport 75-5560 Kuakini Hwy

(At Old A's we practice on the northern-most crescent beach at the end of the old runway.)

 
 

Class Descriptions

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to bring

my own yoga mat? 

We always bring a few extra yoga mats , straps, and blocks to class with us for our students to borrow.  If you live here and attend classes often we recommend you get your own yoga mat. If you are visiting, feel free to leave your mat at home but you may want to bring a towel with you for added comfort. 

Should I register for yoga classes ahead of time?

Since we don't have walls or doors in our yoga studio we don't have limits on our class sizes. This means you don't ever need to sign up or register for one of our yoga classes  before the class starts. Please feel free to drop into any class that suits your own schedule. 

What should I bring?

Bring some water to drink, any yoga tools you may have or know that you might need,  and bring a donation when you can please.

 We also love it when you bring your smile, and your friends.  

 

Meet the Ohana

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All Classes on hold

Beginning March 21st 2020 all Hawaii County beaches are closed to minimize the spread of the coronavirus. Sadly, we must temporarily put all Hawaii Beach Yoga classes on hold until we have access to our beaches again. 

 

We will post any updates here on our website and also on our Instagram and Facebook profiles. Please keep an eye out for changes as we will be ready to teach and practice yoga again as soon as we are able. 

 

In the mean time, practice at your home with the ocean in your mind. Remember to eat healthy and get lots of rest. Practice self-care and immune-boosting asanas (think "Restore"). Stay healthy and stay happy. We'll practice together again soon. 

 

A Hui Hou and Namaste, 

Celeste Cline and the Hawaii Beach Yoga Ohana