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Consulting LLC 
 

Supporting and Empowering Vibrant Island Communities in Leadership of Self, Family, Community and Island Ocean Resources  

 

YOGA

 

Weekly Class Schedule on Oahu:

 

Monday

9:15-10:30am

                                                                Still and Moving Center                                                               

                                                                 1024 Queen St, Honolulu, HI 96814                                                              

                                       Park at Whole Foods                                        

&

5-6:15pm

Power Yoga Hawaii Pi'ikoi

510 Pi'ikoi St. #200

(1$/hr parking in the back)

Tuesday
5-6:15pm
Power Yoga Hawaii Pi'ikoi

510 Pi'ikoi St. #200

(1$/hr parking in the back)

 

Thursday 
5:30-6:45pm
North Shore Yoga Coop
67-174 Farrington Hwy,  Waialua

Saturday

9:30-10:45am

North Shore Yoga Coop

67-174 Farrington Hwy,  Waialua

Private single and group classes available upon request.  Email Kara to inquire.

UPCOMING EVENTS 
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Kara will be leading her second marine science field camp for high school students in Ebeye, Republic of the Marshall Islands, during the month of July. Learn more about her ocean empowerment work in Ebeye here 

 
 
 

About Kara:

Kara grew up traveling and living around the tropical Pacific, learning to deeply understand, respect, explore, utilize, love and embody the ocean and the life it supports.  Throughout her life she has spent time living and working in Fiji, Indonesia, St. John USVI, Palau, Micronesia and the Marshall islands.  She went on to receive a Bachelor of Arts in Marine Biology  and a Masters of Science in Marine resource and environmental management, as well as a Certificate in Pacific Island Studies from the University of Hawaii, where she resides full time in the lovely country town of Waialua.  She has worked in international fisheries management and policy, marine education and training, and capacity building on small Pacific Islands for the last 10 years.  Her affinity for Pacific island culture and nuances is strong, and she is very passionate about working alongside and supporting the people of this region.   

 

Teaching for almost a decade, Kara is a 500 hour certified Yoga Instructor and has taught yoga throughout Hawaii and internationally, including Indonesia and Pohnpei and Kosrae Islands in Micronesia.  She started a yoga in the workplace program at the NOAA Fisheries office in Honolulu that is still running today. She also offers private classes, workshops, 200 hour Teacher Training programs through Power Yoga Hawaii, and she teaches regular Yoga classes on the island of Oahu.  Kara is also a PADI certified Dive Master and Naturalist diver with over 1000 logged dives.

 

Kara is in the process of launching her first nonprofit called the Yoga Empowerment Project.  Check it out on her facebook page for more info on impact and empowerment driven Yoga services and retreats around the Pacific Islands Region.