Hawaii Mom Blog: CorePower Yoga




June 2, 2016

CorePower Yoga

I discovered yoga about four years ago and started off with a home video.  Every now and then I would drop into a local yoga studio for a challenge and discovered I loved practicing with other yogis!  Because yoga studios offer different styles of yoga and at varying levels, I like to change up my yoga practice by trying some place new. 
Many of my friends rave about CorePower Yoga so I decided to check it out when I had some free time.  CorePower Yoga has three location on Oahu: Ward, Kahala, and Kailua.  The Ward studio is located on the side of the TJ Maxx building and you can conveniently park in the structure.  As a first timer there, I took advantage of the free one week promotion and attended the C2 class with Kelly. 
The C2 class is heated to 95-98 degrees with added humidity and lists yoga experience as a plus.  I'm definitely not an expert, but with my yoga experience I was able to keep up in class and still found it challenging especially with the heat.  I loved the energy in the class and Kelly is a great instructor.  She is helpful, but not intrusive and gives students the option to receive help or decline. 
What is also impressive about CorePower Yoga is their large and clean facilities.  They have showers, lockers (bring a lock), and multi bathroom stalls.  CorePower offers a wide range of class offerings so beginners don't be shy!  If you forget your mat and towel, you can rent them and they also sell bottled water as well as yoga clothing and accessories.

No comments:

Post a Comment

The posts published on Hawaii Mom Blog are personal experiences and opinions only. Press releases and other information from business are shared if believed they may be of interest to Hawaii Mom Blog readers. Press releases/information from businesses do not reflect personal opinions. Unless otherwise specified, products are provided by the sponsor free of charge, and no monetary compensation is received. Hawaii Mom Blog assumes no liability for any malfunction, injury, or other loss or damage, whether direct, consequential, or incidental, arising out of services, companies, or products that have been featured, reviewed, given away, advertised, or written about on Hawaii Mom Blog. Click here for the Terms of Use.