3 Awesome ‘Ohana and Keiki Yoga Classes on O‘ahu

Zen out, find your bliss and just have fun with Island Paddle Bliss, Three Little Ducks Hawai‘i and Yoga Under The Palms.

 

 

B y now you are likely familiar with the benefits of yoga, so why not expose your kiddo(s) to them too? These traditional and unique yoga classes can help calm the mind, increase awareness and mindfulness, develop strength and flexibility, etc. But perhaps most importantly, they‘re fun!

 

Keiki and Aerial Yoga at Yoga Under the Palms

 

At Yoga Under the Palms,  keiki yoga classe—open to children ages 3 to 7—include playful yoga postures, breathing techniques, free play and a creative activity. Parents must remain on the premises during the class, so you’re encouraged to find your om too! After all, the kids classes take place at the same time as adult classes. Win-win. For children ages 6 to 9, there’s an aerial yoga class that helps build strength and awareness. While the practice of being upside down is exciting, the support from the aerial hammocks also has a soothing effect. 

 

Class schedule varies, 3574 Wai‘alae Ave., Kaimukī and 167 Hamakua Dr., Kailua, yogaunderthepalms.com, @yogaunderthepalms

 

Keiki Yoga at Yoga Under the Palms

Photo: Courtesy Yoga Under the Palms

 

‘Ohana Yoga With Three Little Ducks Hawai‘i

 

Pediatric physical therapist and registered yoga teacher Dr. Suma Metla of Three Little Ducks Hawai‘i is hosting monthly ‘Ohana Yoga classes at Ka Makana Ali‘i through the end of the year. Keiki ages 3 to 10 years old (and their caregivers!) can connect to each other and the community through physical activity, and to adopt healthier habits overall. What’s more, this family-friendly yoga experience takes place during the Move & Groove series at Ka Makana Ali‘i’s Wednesday Farmers’ Market.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 28, Oct. 26, Nov. 23 and Dec. 28, 5:45-6 p.m., Ka Makana Ali‘i, 91-5431 Kapolei Parkway, threelittleduckshawaii.com, @threelittleduckshawaii

 

Three Little Ducks

Photo: Courtesy of Three Little Ducks Hawai‘i

 

SUP Yoga With Island Paddle Bliss

 

Keiki can learn, play and find bliss at this floating yoga studio. Island Paddle Bliss offers a variety of classes for adults, kids and a combination of both—including keiki camps and programs such as half-day SUP yoga classes and school break clinics. Owner and instructor Topaz Aleah Davis lends brings her positive energy and draws from her background as a professional ballet dancer, as well as multiple yoga and meditation certifications. The result is a unique and invigorating experience. The offerings are arranged by age, and all of the hour-and-a-half-long classes allow keiki to soak up sunshine while learning basic water safety, as well as SUP and yoga techniques. Kids 13 and up also get to practice beachside yoga, yoga Nidra, journaling and meditation.

 

Class schedule varies, Ala Moana Beach Park, islandpaddlebliss.com, @islandpaddlebliss

Island Paddle Bliss

Photo: Diamond Parks Photography