Hawaiian Immersion Retreat
~A journey of culture and spirit
August 20- August 27th, 2018
Monday August 20th, 2018
The basic foundation in the pursuit of healing the body, mind or spirit, is to aspire and work toward a conflict-free life. This involves clearing the path of inherent imbalances, unwanted burdens, relationships or problems that have accumulated and manifested as a life that is not being lived to its full creative expression. The remedy for emotional or non-emotional related dis-ease according to ancient Hawaiian wisdom (na’auao) is the concept “PONO.
What you can expect in this workshop:
- How to disconnect negative energetic cords & connect with positive outcomes.
- How to implement na’au pono (intuition) & mana’o pono (will power) when manifesting positive outcomes.
- The concept of kanawai (state of being, way of life) and ahupua’a (connected living).
- The “onion” concept: Identifying the core of the problem (negative emotional experience) and eliminating it entirely!
- Ho’oponopono simplified.
We begin our tour with a trip to Kealakekua Bay where you’ll learn some of the ancient history of this area and have an opportunity to kayak with the local dolphins.
We’ll journey to the sacred Hualalai Mountain. This is a unique opportunity to see and experience an ancient forest and habitat that is inaccessible to the general public.
Learn how to make and use a traditional bamboo nose flute, followed by learning how to create a traditional “imu”.Hawaiian method of cooking food in the ground.) Vegetarian options will be included.
We will begin the day with Kapu Kai at a beach on the way to Pololu Valley.
We’ll spend time at the beach land and select one or two lomi stones to take home.
You’ll learn how to make your individual “bowl of light” using coconut fronds.
~Cost per person $1600 US
All ground transportation is included. Accommodations are booked directly with the Manago Hotel located in Captain Cook, a local land mark hotel on the slopes of Mauna Loa. It overlooks the beautiful Kealakekua Bay, and the ancient Hawaiian Place of Refuge in Honaunau. (See below for prices)
To register: manalomi.com Contact: email@example.com
Meals are not included in the package with the exception of the day we do the imu. Manago hotel has a restaurant. We’ll also be stopping in towns for lunches. We always look for local and fresh options.
Book accommodations directly with the hotel: http://www.managohotel.net/rooms