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Awakening Retreat
August 1st

We are honored to gather and uplift women at a beautiful oceanfront beach house at Papailoa on the North Shore of Oahu.

61-815 Papailoa Road. 

Retreat Itinerary:

8am Arrival

8:30-10 Shakti Yoga by Kendyl & Noe

10:00 Break; tea & snacks: acai bowls, granola, banana, honey 

10:30-12 Mermaid body scrubs & Ocean Time; walking, swimming, paddling, snorkeling....showers 

12:00 Lunch - Solstice Lentil Stew catered by Mehana of Cosmic Kitchen

12:45-2:00 Meditation, Song Circle, Sharing & Journaling 

2:00 Morning Departure / Afternoon Arrival

2:30-4:30 Haku Lei Making or Past Life Regression option: Hooponopono
4:30  Break; tea & snacks: pita & bitchin sauce, cucumbers and fruit plate 

5:00-7:00 Yin & Restorative Yoga; crystal bowl sound healing with reiki

& Transformational Breathwork with Carrie

7:15 Sunset - Closing Circle
7:30 Catered organic plant-based Dinner by Cosmic Kitchen
8:30 Departure 

Morning Session : 8:30-2 - 5.5 hours; snacks and lunch, shakti yoga, ocean time, meditation and journalling, hape and sananga $100

Afternoon Session : 2-8:30 - 6.5 hours; snacks and dinner, haku leis or past life regression, hooponopono, yin yoga and breathwork, bowls and reiki : $120

Full Day: $200

We are offering two “Love Yourself” scholarships for this retreat. One blessed woman will receive a morning retreat and one will recieve an afternoon retreat.

Share a story about why your friend deserves our scholarship.

Email us admin@haleanuenue.info by July 18th and we will announce a winner on July 20th. 

 
 

Noelani Love

Offering Yoga, Live Music, Crystal Bowl Sound Healing and Vocal Activation

Native Hawaiian singer/songwriter Noelani Love blends conscious lyrics with ukulele melodies to empower her listeners.  As a young mother, jewelry designer and yoga teacher, Noelani’s motto is “Flow like water,” as she finds much of her inspiration in the ocean surfing.  With extensive training in mantra, kundalini + vinyasa yoga and traditional Hawaiian chanting and hula dance, Noelani enjoys connecting ancient wisdom to modern-day life with humor and grace.  Her work is in service to the rise of the divine feminine and masculine to create balance on Earth. As the Hawaiians say, "We are ohana (family)." Sing along to activate your own divine power by finding her music on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, Youtube.

 

Donna Rankin

Retreat Hostess and Facilitator

Donna Rankin is an Educator & Behavior Specialist by trade, with a passion for connecting with students, discovering their unique learning styles and strengths, and in nurturing a love for learning. She has a growth mindset and a belief that all things are possible.  She incorporates her love of yoga and meditation into her teaching style. Born and raised in Niagara, Canada, Donna migrated west to the Canadian Rockies where she taught, lived, loved and explored the incredible Rocky Mountains for several years before coming to Hawaii in 2003.  Donna loves being a part of the North Shore community, connecting with the natural environment as well as with the others, and along with her husband Damon, raising their two children in this tropical paradise! She looks forward to connecting with you

 

Alish O'Roarty Fernandez

Retreat Hostess and Facilitator

Alish O’Roarty-Fernandez is a corporate facilitator and mediator helping organizations in Hawai’I mitigate conflict through strategies for understanding human behavior, mutual empathy, and communication. Alish consults in Healthcare, Aviation, Engineering, Government, Retail, and Education and holds a M.A. in Organizational Psychology & Conflict Resolution from Columbia University. Alish has a dedicated spiritual practice of yoga philosophy and meditation and is the mother of two active boys.

 

Kendyl Beschen

Offering Music, Yoga and Ceremony

Kendyl teaches yoga and music and holds sacred medicine ceremonies. She will be offering morning yoga, slack key guitar welcome music and a medicine ceremony with prayer and meditation.

 

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