Kilty Inafuku found her practice in Los Angeles where she was pursuing a B.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering at UCLA. She began doing yoga because it offered a mental break from the stress of school and the chaos of city life. Since then, she has kept it a staple in her daily routine and completed her 200-hour teaching certification under Jay Co. After graduation, Kilty spent several weeks in southern Costa Rica at the Yoga Farm, reconnecting with nature and immersing herself in a healthy yogic lifestyle. Now back home on Oahu, she wants to share what she has learned from others and create an open space for people to clear their minds, let go and flow. You can check her out at www.kaimanayoga.com or simply come join her on the mat, where you can expect to work up a sweat, hear some good tunes, and share in the positive vibes.