Yoga Instructor
  • Eric Broder Van Dyke

    Island: Oahu

    Born and raised on Oahu, Eric is a Rocket teacher who has been a devoted student to Larry Schultz Rocket system since 2001 and an assistant at him with classes, workshops, retreats, and teacher trainings since 2006. Grateful for his teacher’s blessings, he serves the Rocket via yoga classes & workshops in Oahu. Eric believes in Rocket as a style of yoga because full body system that brings clarity and a feeling of center into one’s life.

  • Eric Rosso

    Island: Oahu

    I am a 200 hour certified yoga instructor at Core Power Yoga. I have been teaching a fusion yoga class called Sculpt (yoga with weights) since 2013 and teach power vinyasa classes. I consider myself an athlete and have been involved in sports since a child playing football, baseball, basketball and even ballet. I excelled in football where I was recruited and played at Brown University. Today I keep myself active with lots of yoga, cycling, swimming, running, weight lifting and more yoga. Since I was young, one of my goals in life was to teach, but my passion to own and operate a marketing/advertising agency and raise two beautiful children took precedence. Today, fusing my passion to teach in the field of athletics is the ultimate job. To be able to aid in the physical and mental health of my community is the ultimate honor and privilege.

  • Erin Douglas

    Island: Oahu

    We gather together to unwind, to laugh, to practice yoga and to hopefully remember what is really important; that a single breath in this very moment is all that we really have. Erin started her lifelong yoga journey in 2005, while she was living in Southeast Asia. Upon taking a few classes, she realized that – while practicing yoga – she was able to quiet her mind. It quickly became her passion. Over the years, this passion for yoga transformed into a lifestyle as Erin incorporated yoga as an integral part of her health and wellness practice: My Intrinsic Wellness. As an active member of the alternative health community, Erin traveled across the globe to the remote town of Rishikesh, India to earn her 200-Hour Yoga Certification and became part of the well-respected Yoga Alliance. Erin’s Hatha classes focus on slow, deliberate movements that celebrate the union of body, soul and mind. 100% of all proceeds from her yoga classes are donated back to either the Hawaiian Humane Society or Stand for Trees.

  • Gail Bursell

    Island: Oahu

    Gail, E-RYT 500, is certified in Bikram Yoga, Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, and Trauma Sensitive Yoga. She has been teaching since 2005 and has taught extensively in studios in Massachusetts and Hawaii, as well as in California, and Melbourne, Australia.

  • Geoff Sato

    Island: Oahu

    Geoff’s classes are a unique blend of hypnotic cues, mindfulness and breath meditation techniques, kick ass music, and cosmic consciousness. He is the owner of Dream Float Hawaii, helping to pioneer floatation therapy throughout the state. He is also a “Float Master”, having spent over 300+ hours floating in a sensory deprivation float tank. He is inspired to share his deep personal insights into self exploration, healing, and transformation.

  • Gina Hart ERYT 500

    Island: Oahu

    After practicing different types of yoga for many years, Gina found the Viniyoga lineage in 2006. The holistic approach of Viniyoga, applying the tools of the ancients & emphasizing function over form brought her practice to the deeper level that she had long desired. After completing 200 hours of workshops & intensives with Yoga Therapist Mirka Scalco Kraftsow on Maui , she then went on to complete the two-year, 500 hour teacher training taught by Gary Kraftsow of the American Viniyoga Institute. She has also done extensive training with Yoga Therapist Robin Rothenberg, receiving certification to teach The Essential Low Back Program, and has facilitated relief from low back pain for many sufferers. Her other teachers include Leslie Kaminoff, as well as Nikki Meyers whom she just recently received certification as an Y12SR facilitator. Her classes emphasize the principles of breath & movement through asana and incorporate the use of sound, pranayama & meditation. She also enjoys working with students individually, developing personal practices customized to their unique bodies & lifestyle. Her desire is to assist in blossoming your self-awareness so that you may establish a sense of balance & peace within.

  • Glen Butcher

    Island: Oahu

    Glen Butcher, owner of Purple Yoga Hawaii, has been practicing yoga for 28 years and teaching for 18 years. Originally from New Zealand, Glen’s foundation in yoga was in the Iyengar style. After moving to London he did a two-year apprenticeship at a yoga school that specialized in individual instruction in small groups. He went on to study Ashtanga Yoga with certified teacher John Scott and assist him in Mysore practice. While in London, Glen also began what would become a 10-year learning experience with Shandor Remete, the founder of Shadow Yoga, studying with him in Europe, Asia, Australia, and the US. Glen taught Shadow Yoga in Honolulu for seven years before resuming his practice and teaching of Ashtanga Yoga. His personal studies include an interest in the classic hatha yoga texts. Glen’s teaching draws on his broad experience of hatha yoga, including its rehabilitative powers following successive major knee surgeries he had as a result of a rugby injury. He guides each student through their own process of inquiry into the essence and practice of yoga, promoting a balance of ease and effort, and a celebration of what is possible, along the way. Visit www.purpleyoga.com

  • Haley “Lalita”

    Island: Kauai

    Aloha, I’ve been practicing the yogic lifestyle in the forest for 9 years. I was trained in India at the Sivananda Ashram in Neyyar Dam, Kerala & my Advanced training at the Sivananda Ashram in the Bahamas 500YTC. This is the 3rd year I have co-facilitated the Kauai Yoga Immersion 10 day Retreat. I am also a practicing Tibetan Buddhist and enjoy sharing the Dharma. Blessings & Blissings

  • Helen “Be” Babalis, E-RYT

    Island: Oahu

    yoga instructor (all levels) & play therapist (past martial arts and dance teacher) personal favourite result of my experiential classes is how empowered everybody feels, making the seemingly impossible possible come play!

  • Hillary Agra

    Island: Oahu

    In 2007, Hillary Agra was dragged to her very first yoga class, and she practiced only to become more physically fit. Little did she know that her practice would evolve from just a physical practice to a mental, emotional and spiritual one. She practiced on and off until about a year ago when she struggled with self-limiting thoughts. It was at her lowest moment where she realized she needed to change her mindset and come back to her mat. Her mat was the one place where she felt like her truest self. She has kept a consistent practice through the Summer 2015 CorePower Yoga Teacher Training and hasn’t looked back since! She loves teaching yoga, practicing Pranayama breathing, finding stillness, and reading anything about yoga. She is also available for private and/or group yoga classes.

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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