Yoga Instructor
  • Ana Evans

    Island: Oahu

    Ana has been practicing yoga for over fourteen years and brings a true passion and love for yoga into her teaching. In her classes she strives to create a space where students can navigate their edge while maintaining a sense of playfulness. Ana teaches a sweaty and fun Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga, and Yoga Basics.

  • Anandra George

    Island: Kauai

    Anandra is a pioneer in the global yoga community, re-introducing the ancient practice of sound as a fundamental practice. She created the world’s first registered yoga teacher training based entirely on the transformational power of sound (including Sanskrit, mantra, Indian classical vocal meditation, and non-violent communication for everyday life). American by birth, Indian by soul, and global citizen by expression, she helps people transform their limiting belief systems and cultivate their most fulfilling contribution to the world. She divides her time between India, Japan, and on Kaua’i island, Hawaii, and teaches mantra workshops and intensives worldwide. For more than 20 years, she’s been on “the path” and has been teaching and seeing private clients since 1999. An internationally respected mantra teacher and sacred musician, she is frequently invited to teach and lead chanting/kīrtan at the world’s largest yoga festivals. Her students from online meditation groups, workshops, and teacher trainings speak highly about their experiences. From Anandra: I feel immeasurable gratitude to the thousands of people I’ve endeavored to serve in the past 20 years. I’ve had many fine, inspiring teachers and mentors, but YOU (my clients and students) top the list for teaching me the most… Earnest. Inspiring. Perfect even within all the messiness of life. Simply beautiful. What an honor it is to help bring out your best. www.truefreedomcoaching.com

  • Angel Pikula

    Island: Oahu

    Angel resides in Kahalu`u and is eager to guide yoga practitioners from the community and around the island as they join her in making yoga a beneficial part of their lives. As an instructor of yoga, Angel’s enthusiasm and allegiance towards maintaining a free spirit, perceptive mind, and healthy body radiate from all aspects of her life. To complement the physical training that yoga provides she continuously studies healing with whole foods, nutrition, anatomy, kinesiology, spirituality, education, communication, and leadership. These experiences have supported a comprehensive understanding of health and happiness, and the development of the skills necessary to assist others in finding their own path to improved health. She aspires to bring all of the tools she has attained along her personal path to share with others as they embark on a journey of their own through yoga.

  • Ashley Steyaert

    Island: Oahu

    Ashley came to Oahu in June 2015 from Berkeley, California. She completed CorePower Yoga’s 200 Hour Power Teacher Training in 2013 and currently teaches all formats at both Ward and Kahala Studios. She also leads weekly SUP Yoga classes at The Kahala Hotel & Resort and regularly guides kayak tours out of Kailua Beach. Ashley also enjoys scuba diving, surfing, SUP boarding and sunbathing with her chocolate lab, Bean.

  • Audrey Brown

    Island: Oahu

    I began a dedicated, daily yoga practice by accident. I never expected to become so immersed in something, never mind yoga. I had this idea yoga was something I was simply incapable of; I am too inflexible, I am not graceful, I cannot be still, I have no time. Little did I know these doubts in my head were meant to be remedied with a yoga practice. The mental and physical benefits I saw from the practice drove me to enroll in and complete my teacher training in Madison, Wisconsin in the summer of 2015. In my small explorations of the vast universe that is yoga, I have found a diverse practice consisting of many different styles to be the most rewarding. I encourage each student to practice their own unique style of yoga to give and receive what they need from the practice. I graduated from UW-Madison in Wisconsin with a degree in creative writing and art. I believe the humanities, like yoga, has tremendous power to bring people together and revel in what makes each of us human. There’s a great power in studying what humans are capable of; to be able to turn our gaze inward, reflect on what we see, and be humbled and amazed. I am currently living in Honolulu teaching at a variety of places in Sculpt, Yin, Bhakti, and Power Yoga styles.

  • Bea Hirota

    Island: Oahu

    I was born and raised on the island of O`ahu, and love it here! I found yoga at Leeward Community College, took it as an elective, and it changed my life. Yoga resonated with me completely. The practice was difficult and engaging, but the philosophy shook my very being. I had an intermittent practice for about 10 years, during that time I had a family. I found myself back on my mat in 2010, and never looked back. I am certified with a 200RYT (2013) & a 500 RYT Advanced training (2015). I have experience in Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Meditation, and instruct while giving both verbal and hands-on adjustments. In the classes I instruct we chant, work on breath techniques, and have dharma talks. I’m a lucky gal, to live on this beautiful island, with my entire family, awesome friends, and teach yoga. I’m a student first and always learning from my teachers and my students. I continue to deepen my sādhana with my teachers, Lisa Asha Rapp, Manorama, and take classes with Nicki Doane and many other amazing local teachers on island. “By knowing the one, we know everything” -the Vedas

  • Bobby Hoyt

    Island: Big Island

    Bobby Hoyt (E-RYT 200) has spent the past 13 years and over 6,000 hours teaching classes in North Kohala and Waimea on the Big Island of Hawaii; in Manchester Center and Peru, Vt.; in San Francisco, CA; Homer, AK; in Redmond, WA; at the Burning Man event on the Black Rock Desert of Nevada; Florence, Italy; at the Wanderlust Festivals on Oahu and Stratton Mountain in Vermont; Suffield Academy from Oct. 2014 to Dec. 2014 teaching 66 classes to high school students, faculty and staff. Originally trained in Shivanada, Bobby then was certified with more than 300 hours training in Asthanga Vinyasa with Larry Schulze from It’s Yoga in San Francisco. Bobby is close to completing his 500 hour certification with Ali Valdez and Sattva Yoga. Continuing to expand his horizons, Bobby studied Iyengar extensively with Leslie Howard, and he has taken multiple workshops and retreats; including with Kula Leaders and Universal yoga. Bobby’s class incorporates all that he studies and practices, which equals a class that allows the practitioner to move with one’s breath while quieting the mind and strengthening the body. His use of music and light-hearted humor adds to a unique practice soaked in many traditions. The past ten years, his biggest influence has been Andrey Lappa, creator of Universal Yoga. With this influence, Bobby’s class incorporates a 360 degree mandala style practice which maximizes the complete movement of the major joints in the body. Bobby’s vinyasa class is one that moves you beyond your normal asana practice. Moving with your breathe and in 360 degrees, his class maximizes the fullest movement of the breath with your body. Listen to your breath and the asana will come. Click on the MyClasses link above for a further explanation of Bobby’s class.

  • Bonnie Delgado

    Island: Oahu

    Originally from Florida, Bonnie studied and performed with The 13th Street Dance Company, Boca Ballet Theater, and The Miami City Ballet. Graduated from NYU with a Dance & Fashion major. Studied at Joffrey Ballet School, Steps and Broadway Dance Center. Taught Ballet at the Hudson Heights School of Dance. Bonnie was Yoga Certified through Core Power Yoga teacher training and extensions programs. Currently Assistant Manager at the Core Power Yoga Kahala location. Looks to provide healing and better performance & longevity of the mind and body through yoga techniques.

  • Brenda Kwon

    Island: Oahu

    After experiencing yoga’s ability to heal far beyond the physical body, Brenda Kwon took her love of the practice into teaching and completed her 200-hr RYT certification with Mary Bastien, Murti Hower, and Jennifer Reuter at Open Space Yoga. As she saw how yoga unearthed the best self within, she continued her journey by certifying in Amrit Yoga Nidra with Kamini Desai; Restorative Yoga with Judith Lasater; and as an Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist with Kathryn Templeton from the Himalayan Institute. She also completed her 500-hr RYT with Rod Stryker. She has done workshops with youth, counselors, survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, and ER residents, and truly believes in making yoga available for all who seek it. A published writer with a background as a Reiki Master, and with over twenty-five years of teaching writing and literature, she is committed to yoga as a lifelong journey and continues to deepen her studies with such teachers as Dharma Widmann, Leslie Kaminoff, Vasant Lad, and Robert Svaboda.

  • Brooklynn Bosworth

    Island: Oahu

    Brooklynn Bosworth is a RYT200 with Yoga Alliance, and has 100 plus extra hours of training working towards advancing her certifications. Brooklynn has 300 plus hours of teaching time. Both are constantly growing as she seeks to expand her practice; I have spent the last three years teaching Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Yin yogas. I have been practicing them for seven. I think yoga pairs perfectly with an outdoor lifestyle, and I try to live my practice daily on our beautiful island of Oahu. I love incorporating Hawaiian culture into my classes, teaching tourists and locals alike. My goal with each class is to help cultivate a love for both yoga and Hawaii, and how the principle make up of each combines so well with the other. I take time and care to create a safe, non-judgement, open space for my students during classes. I am a strong believer that yoga is for everybody and every body. For me, this practice has always boiled down to connection through love and growth.

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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