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Balanced Bliss Yoga

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JessicaJ567 wrote a review Aug 2015
Paris, France3 contributions
My boyfriend and I took a class with Heather and we had a great time! We are both non native speakers and Heather was very nice, easy to understand and took her time to explain all we needed to know! I like doing yoga and my boyfriend doesn't really see the point but we both enjoyed it and laughed a lot. If one day we go back to Hawaii, we'll take another class for sure! It was very peaceful and relaxing but also challenging and we fell quite a few times.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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D S wrote a review Sep 2014
Sydney, Australia3 contributions
I recently did 2 Yoga SUP classes with Heather & absolutely loved it ! have to say, really I glad I went back for the second class. Heather is a great, no an awesome teacher ! She does great sequences, challenging you whilst also being incredibly patient & encouraging. Another review I've read mentions that she says "I challenge you to fall in at least 5 times" ! I loved this ! She really makes you feel totally at ease. Under her instruction I even managed a headstand !.....sure it was only for about 1 second, but she made you feel like you really should give everything a try. This really is a must do in Hawaii
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Date of experience: August 2014
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vcuengineer wrote a review Jun 2014
Atlanta, Georgia16 contributions14 helpful votes
My wife and I practice yoga weekly, but this was a whole new level! First you paddle board out then anchor. We wanted to try paddle boarding this week and we killed 2 birds with one stone. Heather was wonderful being patient with us and encouraging us to push ourselves saying "I challenge you to fall in at least 5 times" which meant we were really pushing each pose. She took pictures of us with our waterproof camera which was great for us to have these memories. This is a must do on any vacation to Waikiki.
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Abel D wrote a review Apr 2014
Los Angeles, California3 contributions2 helpful votes
I have been practicing yoga for over 25 years, from traditional classes coming from the ancient indian traditions to the most flowy modern sequences. Something that one struggles to find, however, is teachers who are able to properly combine the best of both the ancient and the modern trends, and I found that Heather, the owner, is able to create this balance between the two which is so unique. I have tried both her beach yoga and SUP yoga classes. She has a foundation of Sivananda yoga that she combines with great mastery into a Vinyasa sequence. The result is a deep practice that one could call both invigorating and restorative. The beach yoga class is a little gem still to discover by many people, where you can start the day touching the still cool sand and listening to the waves breaking as if you could synchronize them with your breathing while flowing through the class. As much as some yoga teachers have great playlists and some studios have beautiful spaces they cannot compare with this beach scenario. If the practice of asana and yoga is not new to you, I highly recommend trying both classes in a row: start the day with the beach class, which will be meditative and an intense warm up, and then play and challenge yourself trying a similar sequence on the paddleboard. I travel to Oahu often and always visit Balanced Bliss. Have always practiced with Heather but some friends have tried some of her other teachers and they say they had a really inspiring time as well. If you live in Waikiki and don't go there regularly you are totally missing out.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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Saraleaf wrote a review Mar 2014
Honolulu, Hawaii1 contribution
I just tried "SUP" yoga for the first time and I'm so glad I did. Heather was the perfect teacher -- attentive, fun, encouraging. If you practice yoga, or you just want to try something new and different while you're visiting Honolulu, I highly recommend! The water was super mellow, but definitely brought a whole new element to the practice to be on a paddleboard. I especially loved how we got to try any pose we wanted at the end of class (head stand was a challenge for me!) and the final relaxation pose was incredible on the water! Don't be afraid to get wet : )
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Date of experience: March 2014
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