Find Beach­front Om

101 Things to Do (Big Island) - - EXPLORE -

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 (800-274-4446 or www.yo­gaoa­sis.org) of­fers week-long yoga re­treats as well as daily classes.

Near Pa­hoa, Kalani Oceanside Re­treat (800-800-6886 or www.kalani.com) of­fers a va­ri­ety of work­shops and pack­ages, in­clud­ing a week­long “In­tro­duc­tion to Yoga.”

If you want go the re­treat route, visit Yoga Hale (808-938-9980 or www.yo­ga­hale.com), lo­cated min­utes from White Sand Beach near Kona.

Or, for classes and work­shops held daily, visit Big Is­land Yoga Cen­ter (808-329-9642 or www.big­is­landyoga.com). 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.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.