Yoga Instructor
  • Tehila Woosley 500RYT , RCYT

    Island: Oahu

    Tehila started her yoga journey in 2004 when she moved from Israel to San Francisco, CA. Her first time on the mat sparked something in her that she is eternally grateful for…a sense of growth and freedom. Breathing deeply to connect her body, mind and spirit moved her closer to a grater understanding of self. In 2013 Tehila received her 200-hour certification from Hawaii Yoga Institute, a yoga alliance school. Tehila’s background is in Hatha, Ayurveda, Yin, Restorative, Nidra, Meditation, Pre-natal and Kids yoga. Tehila has completed her 500-hour yoga teacher training at Open Space Yoga in November 2015.

  • Tenya Jayawuk E-RYT 500

    Island: Maui

    Tenya is an renown yoga teacher and founder of 10ya Yoga. For the past eight years she has been teaching yoga classes on Maui. Prior to that, she had taught yoga for ten years in London, UK. Tenya is certified to teach yoga through Yoga Alliance holding the advanced E-RYT 500 hour yoga certification and teacher training. In 2016 Tenya was voted runner up in the Maui Time magazine Best of Maui as best yoga teacher on Maui. Originally training for many years in the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga system, and then mentored by Shiva Rae, she developed her own style of teaching. Tenya started her teaching career in 1988 as a dance, fitness, private coach, masterclass and workshop provider in Boston, Chicago, Seattle and London. In addition to her teaching experience, Tenya holds a BA degree in Theater, Dance and Fitness from the University of Massachusettes, Boston. Her press includes Evening Standard Magazine, Harpers & Queens, Tatler, Red, Elle and Golf Magazine. After teaching yoga retreats all over the world she now calls Maui her home. She has integrated all of her talents into her dynamic flow and gentle flow classes that she specializes in incorporating music and positive vibrations. Her classes can be described as enthusiatic, dynamic, passionate, warm, and open-hearted. Inspired by her students,( a loyal following of locals, part-timers, and tourists), she loves the sense of Ohana that she can bring to her local community here on Maui. As well as teaching SUP n Yoga classes, Tenya enjoys the Maui lifestyle of living aloha and spending time with her family on the beach.

  • Uliana Kostareva

    Island: Oahu

    Uliana (Juliana without the J) is from Russia and if you are wondering where in Russia, she is from the Ural Mountains, the geographical border between Europe and Asia. Being put through gymnastics for seven years, Uliana learned about mental and physical hardships of competitive sports and how to recognize body limitations. She appreciates that in yoga people can grow to their own ability in their own time. Uliana solely came to New York City on a work study program at the age of twenty. While working in Hawaii as a licensed medical aesthetician, she recognizes that what’s cultivated on the inside is the real beauty. In school, studying to be a nurse, Uliana finds yoga to bring balance to her busy schedule. She appreciates how yoga continues to change her body and mind and how it benefits relationships with the people around her.

  • Valerie Brett Shaindlin

    Island: Oahu

    Valerie grew up on various islands in the Caribbean and Hawaii, and eventually found her way to a meditation practice while attending Skidmore College in upstate New York. She began practicing Bikram Yoga two years later. Initially it was the intensity of the physical practice that hooked her (and the heated room during those awful upstate NY winters); but when she began a stressful full-time job in PR in New York City a year later, yoga became her respite. She switched to vinyasa and discovered first-hand that yoga reconnects the mind, body and spirit, in a way that no other practice is able to. Two years later, Valerie decided to quit her job and instead devote her time to helping herself and others on a more healthy, holistic path. En route back home to Hawaii, she became a 200-hour RYT through North East Power Yoga in Rhode Island, studying in the Baptiste Power Yoga style. She now shares about living a balanced life (through yoga, travel, books, food, and essential oils) on her blog, Valerie is an Ambassador for local brand Lily Lotus; a FitFluential Ambassador; and a Doterra Wellness Advocate.

  • Yoga and Mindfulness Consultant

    Island: Kauai

    Sandy Delgado runs and directs Savvy Soul, a school for mindful living. Sandy has been practicing and teaching yoga for fifteenth years. She is passionate in the inquiry to find ones true nature, self empowerment of others and freedom of the heart.

  • Yoga Teacher

    Island: Kauai

    ANYA The most important thing to Anya is you leave class feeling connected to your heart and the island of Kauai. A classically trained ballet dancer from Russia and long-time yoga instructor, Anya relishes the balance that yoga brings to the mind and body. She enjoys helping people heal and release their pain. With over 10 years of teaching experience, Anya guides people from all paths to move in harmony with their bodies. She passionately believes in the abilities of yoga and nature to heal the body and to caress the spirit. Anya was inspired to teach after the birth of her daughter. Yin yoga helped Anya manage the pain post child birth from a hip injury that drugs could not heal. Yoga is more than movement – the mental journey is tightly woven with the physical. She delights in helping children and adult beginners discover yoga. Anya is blessed to share with others the gentle approach of yoga to life.

  • Yoko Fujiwara

    Island: Oahu

    Yoko Fujiwara started her yoga practice in 2003 while in the IT industry in her hometown of Tokyo, Japan. She has been teaching Ashtanga yoga since 2006 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her ongoing daily study is with Cathy Louise Broda and Glen Butcher of Purple Yoga Hawaii. Yoko underwent a sixteen-month Mysore apprenticeship as well as a nine-month pregnancy yoga apprenticeship with Cathy Louise. Her first trip to Mysore, India was in 2008. She spent three months practicing with R. Sharath Jois and Saraswathi Rangaswamy. During that time, she also studied Sanskrit and Yoga Sutra chanting under Dr. M. A. Jayashree. Yoko’s practice extends to annual visits to Maui to see Manju Jois and Nancy Gilgoff. Yoko has gone through many life changes since she started practicing yoga, and she is continuing to develop an understanding of who she really is. Yoko affirms that her practice has evolved primarily due to the process of deep self-reflection and actively changing patterns rooted in fear, anger and insecurity.

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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