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‘Yoga on the Farm’ Offered in February

January 30, 2017, 8:02 AM HST
* Updated January 27, 1:05 PM
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Yoga on the Farm at Kona Coffee Living History Farm. Photo courtesy of Kona Historical Society.

Kona Historical Society will be offering a barefoot, outdoor yoga class called ‘Yoga on the Farm’ in February at its Kona Coffee Living History Farm in Captain Cook.

Yoga instructor Elizabeth “Liz” Aschenbrenner, a certified instructor who has taught for over 20 years, will guide guests through stretches, toning poses and meditations during this drop-in hatha yoga class which is accessible for all ages, body types and skill levels.

Classes engage participants with traditional hatha movements and poses including sun salutations, the warrior series, cat cow, downward dog and child’s pose.

Mats are available for newcomers, but regular attendees are asked to consider bringing their own.

All participants can enjoy complimentary Kona coffee after each yoga class, which supports the Kona Historical Society’s education and outreach efforts.

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Kona Historical Society members can attend Yoga on the Farm for free, and those without a membership can attend for $10. An annual membership starts at $35. 

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Yoga On The Farm will be held throughout the month of February as follows:

Yoga on the Farm instructor “Liz” Aschenbrenner. Photo courtesy of Kona Historical Society.

  • Feb. 3 – from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m.
  • Feb. 10 – from 8 to 9:30 a.m.
  • Feb. 17 – from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m.
  • Feb. 24 – from 8 to 9:30 a.m.

The Kona Coffee Living History Farm is located at 82-6199 Mamalahoa Highway in Captain Cook, near mile marker 110. For more information, call (808) 323-3222 or visit www.konahistorical.org.

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