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Posted by admin on January 21, 2014 in Yoga
Ian Akahi Masterson, The Surf Professor, is an Instructor and Workforce Development Coordinator for Windward Community College (WCC). Masterson received his Masters of Arts Degree in Pacific Islands Studies from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Hailing from Ko‘olaupoko, O‘ahu this lifelong learner has spent over twenty years as an educator, ocean recreation and safety specialist, archeologist...
Posted by admin on January 14, 2014 in Inspiration
Wendi Lynch is an E-RYT200, Unnata Aerial certified yoga instructor, and has been a devoted student of yoga since 2002. After falling in love with trapeze arts in 2008 she naturally gravitated to aerial yoga. Her teaching style is playful and athletic, encouraging and creative. As the first certified Aerial Yoga instructor in the islands, Wendi developed the Aerial Yoga program at the Still and...
Posted by admin on January 9, 2014 in Nourish
When I left my small hometown of Hudson, Massachusetts a year ago to join WWOOF (WorldWide  Opportunities  on  Organic  Farms) on  the  island  of O'ahu, I wanted to reconnect my roots back to the land.  I started with the basics: learn how to grow my own food.  My path then lead me to Kahumana Organic Farm and Café.  The...
Posted by admin on December 19, 2013 in Yoga
I love the North Shore. I get to lead some amazing surf and SUP yoga retreats on the coast of Haleiwa and am consistently amazed at the power of the ocean, the land and it’s traditions. One of my favorite practices in Hawaii is SUP yoga. I find myself wanting to be on my floating mat because I love that we can pick a spectacular spot, drop anchor and flow into practice. Oahu and its ocean have a...