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The retreat aims at a deep and genuine heart reset in Hawaii, nestled in the last moon-full days of winter, bridging over into the beginning of a hopeful spring. Unearth, reconfigure, and return to the holiness that is your birthright, clearing out the cobwebs of any dormant spaces or places, wrapped in the arms of a powerful land. Unfold your paper-crane heart, and let the power of the Goddesses of Fire and Water, Pele and Namaka, wash away the winter of your bones.
Accommodation is arranged at the eco-sanctuary on a private room basis. Though simple and rustic, they strive to deliver an extraordinary stay.
The retreat takes place in Naalehu, in the beautiful island of Hawaii. Situated at South Point (Ka’Lae), it is at one of the most remote and sacred areas in Hawaii. The location is just minutes from the world famous Green Sand Beach (at the end of the street) and close to Volcanoes National Park (home of Goddess Pele) among other surprises. Swim with wild dolphins (nai’a) and witness the majestic Humpback Whales play at the end of the road in winter and spring months.
The program has been structured to include a daily dose of movement medicine. This incorporates slow flow, Yin and Restorative yoga, accessible to all bodies and all levels of practice. The rituals to be followed include offerings to Pele, fire and water ceremonies, star-gazing, soul-quenching creative acts, sunshine for breakfast, and moon meditations for dessert.
Local adventuring will be arranged to take you around the Big Island, including a visit to Uncle Robert’s Night Market, silent hiking in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, sea turtle observation at Punalu'u Black Sand Beach, a night visit to Pele, swimming with dolphins, hum-drum relaxing beach time, whale watching and other surprising surprises.
Besides these, you get enough time for yourself too. On the heels of a sweet releasing full moon, the week will be all about cultivating delight and planting seeds as you leap over into spring.
Please book your flights to Kona International Airport (KOA) in Hawaii.
Maximum 12 persons.
For more information, ask your questions directly to Earthsong Sanctuary, who will be happy to assist you. Simply click on the Send Inquiry button to send a message.
Jillian is a mama, yoga teacher, graphic designer, plant-whisperer, and caretaker of Earthsong.
Bryonie is a poet, heart alchemist, and moon lover. Her life is rooted in the belief that when you come from a place of love, anything is possible. Her own practice of living has taught her how essential movement, breathing and creative expressions are, for your ability to heal your tender hearts. She speaks fluent lion and her teachings are poetically-infused with all sorts of medicine sprinkled down from the moon and stars above.
Three vegetarian and vegan meals are offered each day. These meals are from the delicious local cuisine, organic farm-to-table, and from their own land whenever possible.
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