COST $2,695 Includes stunning accommodations and all home-cooked, delicious meals. Cost does not include flight.
EARLY REGISTRATION SPECIAL Initial non-refundable deposit due by October 1, 2017: $700 Total retreat cost: $2,395 Paid in full retreat cost: $2,295
Pay by check or credit card. Payment plans available, as well as discounts for bringing a friend or family member! Please contact Morgan at Morgan.Osmani@gmail.com to secure your space and to find out more details. All questions are welcome!
ACCOMMODATIONS Guests can look forward to an experience that is simple and close to the earth. Rooms in both the lodge and cabins are non-smoking and may be shared by 2 or 3 people. (Couples will have their own rooms).
DAILY SCHEDULE Sample Day 2 7:00AM - Morning group meditation and gentle movement 8:00AM - Breakfast 10:00AM - 12:00PM - Immersions into embodiment practices (yoga and meditation), dialogue, and experiential group processes 12:30PM - Lunch 2:00PM - 4:30PM - Free time (swim, explore, rest) 4:30PM - Evening meditation & group connecting 6:30PM - Dinner 8:00PM - Free time (pool time, chill time, or movie night, games, etc.)
Sample Day 4 6:00AM - Sunrise hike 8:00AM - Breakfast 10:00AM - 12:30PM - Gentle movement and mindful writing practice 12:30PM - Lunch 2:00PM - 4:30PM - Free time (swim, explore, rest) 4:30PM - Evening meditation and group connecting 6:30PM - Dinner 8:00PM - Optional Yin/restorative yoga
Some evenings there will be an extra session (wind down and restore after dinner). Wednesday will be a longer free day and a chance to explore the island or simply relax at the Hui Ho’olana
HUI HO'OLANA RETREAT CENTER
The workshop will be hosted at the Hui Ho’olana Retreat Center, a non-profit, tax exempt organization on the island of Moloka'i, Hawaii. Through workshops and volunteer residencies, their mission is to create a self-sustaining facility that supports educational programs and provides an environment for inspiration. A safe haven for the growth and nurturing of the creative spirit.
There are some magical parts of Hawaii, a place sometimes referred to as the “heart chakra” of the world. The island of Moloka'i is often experienced as the “heart” of Hawaii, both geographically and spiritually. Moloka'i has been the training ground of the Hawaiian Shamans and has been referred to as “Mother Molokai” because of it the strong feminine and embracing energy it holds. The Hui Ho’olana retreat center is nestled into the heart of Moloka'i, a heart that is deeply felt and experienced by those who choose to visit.