• YogaHawaiiMagazine.com is looking for Yoga Models for Photoshoots

    Aloha, We are looking for yoga models to shoot photos for the printed magazine and social media. Would you be interested in doing a photo shoot?  We can’t pay you but I can trade photos, give photo credits on all photos used and the possibility being in the printed magazine. I’m looking to shoot in the next few month for the spring/summer 2017 edition (3rd publication). Basically the process would be a quick meeting (or phone call) between the photographer to discuss the shoot (location, wardrobe, favorite pose, day, time etc) . If you are interested click “Send Enquiry” in the “more Info” tab above. Please include your name and ig, fb or website. Please know that this only trade for images is not disrespecting your professionalism and I completely understand if this is not agreeable to you.  The resource we provide is without question inspiring and impacting Hawaii’s yogis to stay in their yoga journey and I am looking for like-minded people with the same passion…for this does not churn a profit….yet. Mahalo and Namaste, Eric Rosso Publisher

  • What does yoga do for you? We want to read your story!

    We are looking for your story of how yoga has helped you off the mat. People from all walks come to yoga for so many reasons – to relieve stress, get over an ex, deal with a family death, get healthy, stay active, get in shape and the list goes on…YogaHawaiiMagazine.com want to hear your story in your words! Depending on the story you give us, we at YogaHawaiiMagazine.com want to share your story to show the power of yoga working it’s magic right here in Hawaii. If you interested here are the details – 1. Write your story with less than 1,000 words 2. Please provide your name and the area you live. Please send us a picture or picture(s) or stay anonymous that’s your call…just be a local Hawaii resident. 3. YogaHawaiiMagazine.com will compensate the stories WE USE with little presents of our appreciation. We thank you in advance for your contribution. 4. Please note that we have a staff editor that may help in editing your piece with your final approval. 5. Please send your article and attachments to YogaHawaiiMagazine@gmail.com Please note that should you submit your story and picture, you are agreeing that YogaHawaiiMagazine.com has the right to use all information you send us. Mahalo and Namaste, Eric Rosso Publisher

  • Yoga Therapy – Private sessions

    Yoga Therapy is… Support for your current challenges & goals – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual Personalized practices designed for you, including: therapeutic physical yoga postures, breathing techniques, meditation, mindfulness based stress reduction, deep relaxation strategies, and spiritual life coaching Recommended reading and at home exercises Convenient scheduling for your busy lifestyle- work by phone or Skype anywhere Email support between sessions A certified, professional Yoga Therapist with 20 years experience

  • Looking for Two Yoga Instructors to Teach Yoga

    Flo Yoga Hawaii is expanding.  We have acquired another hotel account to provide high quality yoga classes to their guests.  Flo Yoga Hawaii is looking for experienced yoga instructors to teach a 1 hour class during the day (class hours to be determined).  Instructors must be on site 15 minutes before class and 15 minutes after class.  Instructors will be paid $40 per class.  We are looking for instructors to teach two to three classes a week. Classes to be held on the west end of Waikiki (actual spot to be determined).  Please send resumes to info@floyogahawaii.com

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    Thai Yoga Therapy

    Thai yoga therapy opens the body to encourage deep relaxation through breath awareness, gentle yoga stretches, rocking motions and different soft tissue manipulation techniques (massage, fascial release, chopping, and many more.) The massage relieves tightness, pain and anxiety, improves circulation and flexibility, and creates an overall sense of balance and wellbeing. The recipient just relaxes while the body is gradually opened towards a comfortable edge. The therapist adjusts the appropriate pressure, gentle and passive or deep and vigorous based on the client needs and preferences. To facilitate the stretching process, the therapist has the client lie on a Thai mattress placed on the floor and uses the likes of pillows and blankets for additional support. In contrast to other massage styles, Thai yoga massage notably does not use any lotion or oil.

Yoga Hawaii Magazine is Hawaii's premiere publication for all things yoga in Hawaii. Yoga Hawaii magazine is a resource for yoga events in Hawaii, Hawaii's yoga studios and classes, and information about your favorite Hawaii yoga instructor. Yoga Hawaii celebrates and promotes the growth of our yoga enthusiast reader's personal and professional yoga practice. Whether you are beginning your yoga journey or far along into your practice, Yoga Hawaii Magazine creates content related to yoga culture in Hawaii that all of our readers can learn, connect and grow from.

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