Kauai Drop-in YogAlign Classes
Wednesdays 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Sundays 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM
Both Classes include Savasana final resting pose
Mats and blocks provided
Please bring a towel and water
Hot Yoga Princeville is located in The Princeville Shopping Center on the beautiful North Shore of Kauai.
5-4280 Kuhio Hwy suite b-201,
(above Bank of Hawaii and next to Pawriffic)
Princeville, HI 96722
Contact – 808-826-4040
Cancellation Policy: Hanalei Bridge Closure will result in YogAlign Class cancellation. Hanalei River Gauge Level
Private classes also available for more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / 808-278-3988
What to Expect in a YogAlign Class:
~ Taking the time to discuss any posture concerns, questions or injuries you may have/ had in the past (please arrive 15 minutes before class). Class sizes are small, held indoors in a non- competitive atmosphere and are an hour long. You will gain a whole new awareness of your body and lay the foundation for a regular self care YogAlign practice. Use of props – yoga blocks, blankets, yoga straps and balls (please feel free to bring your own).
~ Awakening the breathing muscles, teaching them to work in synergy to tone, align and strengthen the core without inhibiting movement. By learning to breathe from your diaphragm with The Core SIP Breath Technique. The Core SIP Breath (SIP – Structurally Informed Posture) informs your body of how to be in good posture by aligning you from the inside out.
~ Practicing self massage to increase your circulation and creating space in your body by freeing up the fascia. Fascia is a band or sheet of connective tissue, primarily collagen, beneath the skin that attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles and other internal organs. Allowing you to relax and reset the tension in your whole body.
~ Learning and practicing the various YogAlign postures that will allow you to activate your psoas muscle – the core of your core muscle. Establish natural spine alignment becoming balanced and pain free in your body. Gaining strength and flexibility with PNF (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation) a more advanced form of flexibility training. Involving both stretching and contracting of the targeted muscle(s).
~ Completing your practice with stillness (savasana) by lying on your back on your mat with a blanket rolled up under your knees supporting your bodies natural curves and low back. You will have the opportunity to close your eyes maintaining the balance between relaxation and meditation which are two key components of yoga.