Wednesdays, 7:30 am.
Vinyasa yoga is a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. Vinyasa movements are smoothly flowing and almost dance-like, which explains why it is sometimes referred to as Vinyasa Flow or just Flow.
David is a well-loved yogi of tremendous insight and inspiration, which he artfully weaves into every class, making it a beautiful body mind spirit experience for his students. He is also skilled at creating classes that uniquely meet the needs of every student in attendance.
David began his personal yoga practice in college in 1973 while attending San Diego State University and continued studying at a variety of locations in Los Angeles, primarily Yoga Works, Santa Monica. David deepened his practice at Kalani Honua on the Big Island of Hawaii, graduating from their Yoga Teacher Training in April of 2002. David taught at Kalani from 2003 to 2009, both regular classes and at yoga retreats held there. While at Kalani, he had the opportunity to study with visiting teachers, including Shiva Rea, Lynne Minton, Saul David Raye and Duncan Wong. David joined the yoga community on Oahu in 2009 and has been teaching at Still & Moving Center since its first anniversary in 2011.
with Kristin Klein
Saturday, December 12
Sign up in advance no later than Dec 10 – First come, first serve – limited to 8 participants.
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This evening event takes place at a private home on Kaneohe Bay with a salt water swimming pool. Attendees will learn the address of the private home after registering.
Experience true flow in the body with Kristin Klein, both a yoga and Nia teacher, plus a healing massage therapist. We each inhabit our own physical ‘body of water’ and can align ourselves with the moon and the tides. This evening’s fluid movement blends Vinyasa Flow, Nia, Tai Chi, and Dance, set to an array of music, from stirring to soothing. We’ll stay in the shallower end of the pool, no swimming necessary. You’ll find yourself riding the waves within, guided by the fascial lines of your body’s connective tissue. Attune your body to its natural rhythms as you learn how to “master the flow.”
Time to reflect and share:
Journaling and sharing fellowship after moving in the water allows us to dive a little deeper, gaining more insight from our shared experience.
This catered vegetarian meal by chef Susan Prior from North Shore features gourmet
Wear your bathing suit. Bring towel, a change of clothes and a journal or notebook.
Kristin Klein (MAT # 13835) is a Hawaii Certified Massage Therapist with seven years of experience in various modalities. She is White Belt Instructor in the Nia Technique, a somatic-based movement practice incorporating three dance arts, three martial arts, and three healing arts.Guided by the ocean in Hawaii, Kristin has begun to cultivate an authentic, intuitive process to help people heal, transform and come back to their inner child. She offers Whole Body one on one sessions and workshops on the island to facilitate healing and transformation on a personal and collective level. You can learn more about Kristin’s insights and techniques at wholebodyinsight.com.
With Kristin Klein
Sign Up Now!
A fluid movement practice aligned with the tides and the moon, this workshop offers an experience of flow in the body. Set to a variety of music, you’ll find yourself riding the waves within.
Movement is guided by the fascial lines in the body (connective tissue) and the willingness to dive in. A blend of tai chi, vinyasa flow yoga, dance, and Nia will assist you in aligning your body to its natural rhythms as you learn how to “master the flow.“
A portion of this workshop will go to the purchase of filters for Waves for Water, an organization that provides clean water solutions worldwide. By purchasing one filter, 100 people can have clean water for up to five years. The power of one can have a huge impact. Visit waveforwater.org for more info.