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Honolulu Vacation Tips: 6 Cheap Yoga Studios to Get Your Fix

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Honolulu Vacation Tips: 6 Cheap Yoga Studios to Get Your Fix

 

If you’re a yoga lover, then you won’t want to take a break just because you’re taking a Honolulu vacation.

Of course, like everything else in Hawaii, yoga can get pretty pricy pretty quickly.

The next time you take a Honolulu vacation and need your fix, check out these cheap yoga studios:

1. Power Yoga Hawaii

Power Yoga Hawaii runs donation yoga classes. Like other donation yoga classes around the world, you are free to leave whatever amount you see fit in the donation box. There is a suggested fee of $15 per class, which is still quite reasonable, especially for Hawaii.

There are two locations: one near Ala Moana Beach Park and the other past Diamond Head, near the Kahala Mall.

2. Yoga Hawaii

Yoga Hawaii also has a great deal if you’re looking for cheap yoga. Your very first class is only $5, which costs less than lunch at most places. This is a great option if you will only be in Honolulu for a day or so.

This studio is located northeast of Diamond Head just off Waialae Avenue on Koko Head Avenue.

3. Sunset Yoga Hawaii

Located walking distance from Waikiki, Sunset Yoga Hawaii is a great deal for anyone staying in this part of the city. Don’t worry, though, you’ll be located a bit to the east in Kapiolani Park, so you won’t need to deal with crowds while you’re doing your Sun Salutation…right on the beach.

A 5-class pass is $65, which is still affordable for yoga studios, making this another good option for yoga lovers who plan on staying for a few days.

4. Chocolate Pineapple

This is another yoga studio that meets at Kapiolani Park. It offers a $45 pass that is good for 3 classes, making it another cheap yoga option for those who will only be in Waikiki a short time.

Most of their classes take place in the morning, but on Tuesdays and Fridays they offer sunset yoga classes.

5. Yogaloha

Just north of the Sheraton in Waikiki you’ll find Yogaloha’s studio. New students can purchase a 2-week pass for $70, a good option for travelers and vacationers.

This yoga studio offers a wide range of class types, from beginner classes to fitness-based classes to flow yoga and restorative classes. If you want a bit more variety in your yoga routine, this Honolulu yoga studio may be the one for you.

6. lululemon

Yes, lululemon makes yoga clothes. But the store in Ala Moana Center also holds weekly yoga classes. Next time you’re near Ala Moana Beach Park on a Sunday, drop by the store for a yoga class on the house.

 

Are you looking for some great, cheap yoga on your next Honolulu vacation? These studios are a great place to start. For more travel tips, check out our blog. And if you’re looking for affordable tours, travel packages, and activities, visit HawaiiDiscount.com.

Hawaii Discount offers the best deals on Honolulu tours, Honolulu activities, and Honolulu vacation packages. Please remember that popular activities sell out frequently. We recommend making reservations well in advance of your trip.

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