Hawaiian Sanctuary provides experiential education in the areas of health and wellness, social permaculture, leadership, sustainability, personal, and growth.
Yoga Retreats (1)
Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher. In her classes, she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, pranayamas (breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and yoga therapy. After years on staff at Yoga Oasis Retreat Center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay.
Sarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200-hour certification under Heather Heintz. Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher, she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.
Tungavidya's yoga practice is designed to re-align, strengthen, and celebrate life. Through her teachings, she utilizes the power of yoga to transform and bring us into our natural states of truth, consciousness, and bliss! Her yoga classes are influenced by my many years of study, practice, and formal training in Iyengar, Ashtanga, Anusara, Structural, and Bhakti yoga.
Luna Sophia was born in Bogotá, Colombia. She discovered yoga in 2002 in order to de-stress from college. In 2005, Luna Sophia completed 352 hours of training with Master Teacher Nicky Knoff in Cairns, Australia. Luna’s style is influenced by the dozens of yoga teachers she has received instruction from as well as by her students. She has taught yoga asana for 13 years in Costa Rica, Japan, Colombia, and Hawaii, which has been her home for the last seven years. Her classes weave elements of Hatha and Vinyasa flow with a central focus on the breath.