Hatha Adai Yoga: Bringing yoga to you


If you’ve never done Yoga before, a new trio of certified yoga instructors are in town to “add downward dog to your day, and zip to your zen!” Hatha Adai Yoga—owned and operated by Nicole Schafer, Kelli McDoulett, and Kate Cline-Campbell—held its first free kick-off class at American Memorial Park Saturday morning.

According to the group’s website, Hatha Adai Yoga classes are for everyone, from beginner to advanced and offers hatha, yin, power, yoga-chi, and story time yoga to children. They also offer yoga to businesses, where the class is conducted in the office.

Hatha Adai Yoga owners and instructors Kelli McDoulett, Nicole Schafer, and Kate Cline-Campbell. (Contributed Photo)

Hatha Adai Yoga owners and instructors Kelli McDoulett, Nicole Schafer, and Kate Cline-Campbell. (Contributed Photo)

“Whether you are an individual, a group of friends, or a corporation, we would love to come teach you yoga, aligning with your goals and situation.”

The classes cost $5 for the first session and $10 for normal classes.

Schafer told Saipan Tribune that classes are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5pm to 6pm at the Saipan Chamber of Commerce and Saturdays from 9am to 10am for the month of August.

Saturday’s theme this month is “Saipan Sites,” where classes are held at some of Saipan’s prime tourist destinations, such as the CNMI Museum, Old Man by the Sea, Suicide Cliff, Bird Island lookout, and Garapan beach.

Schafer said the Saturday classes are not official just yet because they want to gauge how far people are willing to drive to take part in the weekend classes.

“If the interest is there we would love to continue it. It is great to connect with nature while doing yoga,” she said.

A studio for the classes will be opened on Sept. 1, 2014, with more yoga classes available as well.

Schafer hopes to hold the business’ grand opening by next month, open to the public by donation only.

All proceeds will go toward purchasing yoga supplies to enhance the yoga practice of its students.

For more information on Hatha Adai Yoga visit http://hathaadaiyoga.com or like them on Facebook by searching for “Hatha Adai Yoga.”

This coming Saturday’s Saipan Sites yoga class will be held at Sugar King Park at 8am.

Thomas Manglona II | Correspondent

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