Hawaii Rejuvenate Retreat, SAVE $500 book by July 26, 2021

Ocean Front Hale Kai near Captain Cook

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Mindful Wellness
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Feb 26 - Mar 5, 2022
Group size: 7 - 14
Hawaii Rejuvenate Retreat, SAVE $500 book by July 26, 2021
Ocean Front Hale Kai near Captain Cook

Mindful Wellness
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Feb 26 - Mar 5, 2022
Group size: 7 - 14

About this trip

Hawaii  Rejuvenate Retreat

Feb, 26, 2022- March 5, 2022

Save $500 by registering by July 26, 2021

$1900 double early bird by July 26, 2021

After July 26, 2021 $2400 double


 Join me in an adventure of a lifetime! Enjoy the balmy air, fragrances of nature, live Aloha! Your retreat center, Hale Kai, almost defies description. Hale Kai, our retreat sanctuary, is a destination that many return to time and time again. Far from the touristy areas of the island, Hale Kai is magical.  Awesome ocean adventures await you, including snorkeling pristine waters, travel to sacred sites on the Big Island of Hawaii, soak in the queen’s bath, enjoy sunsets on the beach, learn what living Aloha means, and experience a profound connection to spirit, inspiration, and creativity. You will have plenty of time to explore the gorgeous land and oceans of the Captain Cook area. Come, answer the call to experience magic, rejuvenation and Aloha.  

 

Take home tools to last a lifetime! 

The ability to heal yourself with mindfulness skills has been widely accepted by the medical community. Learn to use mindful practices to help with: anxiety, insomnia, pain & illness, addiction therapy, PTSD, pelvic floor health and cancer therapy.

Your retreat will use mindful movement, meditation, and guided meditation to reduce stress/anxiety, find greater ease of movement, strength, present moment awareness and joy. Therapeutic, accessible, sustainable yoga will help you to find the greatest results for your body, mind, and spirit. The guided meditations will enable you to find better sleep, and heal. This is an opportunity to discover how to relax the body and mind to find wellness.  Diane used guided meditation daily through her cancer recovery. She attributes her easeful recovery to using these tools. If you plan to use these skills in your profession, CEU is offered for this retreat. 


About Hale Kai

Sustainably built as a home for Deborah, David, and daughter Alison; over the last 30 years, Hale Kai has organically evolved into a beautiful acre of oceanfront wonder. It provides a pure habitat for groups who wish to admire and partake in the daily adventures of work and play. These include; yoga, meal preparations, gardening, maintaining the solar powered system; which provides electricity for Hale Kai, practice in conserving the land and natural resources, and creating a loving and supportive community of like minded friends, students, family, and visitors who appreciate the rustic island lifestyle. Exploring the oceans surrounding Hale Kai and the Big Island brings wild joy; the abundant waters are home to a variety of unique fish, coral, and the occasional dolphin or humpback whale, which frequent the waters surrounding the island. Hawaii is a land of incredible diversity with options to explore the power and primitive intrigue of an active volcano, lush rain forests, warm springs, waterfalls, and abundant flowers that evoke the ancient spirit of the islands.

Travelers have a chance to snorkel in crystalline waters with a rainbow of tropical reef fish and sea turtles. In winter months, magnificent humpback whales are viewed from the lanai. The adventurous may kayak or hike along the coast in search of endeavor or a chance encounter with creatures from the sea. Learn to surf or discover secret swimming spots on the Big Island. Sway in hammocks beneath the rustling palms in a tropical paradise. In the evening, allow the sounds of the sea to gently lull you to sleep. A remote, unique and magical taste of old Hawaii, Polynesian style.

Tropical fruit, fish and fresh island foods make for healthy, nutritious, and healing meals cooked with care and love. Share in the nourishing fresh Island meals of organic fruits, vegetables, and fish.

Resembling Bali in its architecture and gardens, David has designed and built Hale Kai over the years through inspiration from many years of travel to Bali and Peru. Teak, ironwood, bamboo, and coconut structures support this lifestyle, authentic furniture and woodworking, as well as stone statues and ponds are works of art which evoke a sense of peace, inspiration, and creativity,

Hale Kai has been called exotic, comfortable, homey, and luxuriously rustic…providing everything one needs and nothing more.

Daily yoga is practiced in a round, open air studio overlooking the vast blue Pacific water, where exploration of yoga and self is encouraged. All levels are welcome.

Sleep to the sounds of the sea and awaken to the tropical birds, rest in swaying hammocks, read, study, relax, practice yoga and visit with friends in the ocean front lanai and yoga space. Dine beneath the Palms on the oceanfront dining deck. Life is good at Hale Kai. Rejuvenate in the tropical beauty of Hawaii., Enjoy warm nights, sandy beaches, pristine waters, , beautiful sunsets at a secluded eco retreat center. mindful movement, yoga, and meditation in paradise. Be nourished by amazing cuisine and the serene atmoshpher of Hale Kai Eco Retreat Center. You will want to return again and again! 

Link to Hale Kai

http://www.yogaadventure.com/hawaii.html 

 



Hawaii Rejuvenate Retreat, Big Island

  

Enjoy:Yoga, Mindful Movement, Nourishing Delectable Food, Excursions, and Plenty of Free Time! 

Nourishing Cuisine

 

Hale Kai Sample Menu

(Chef accommodates for dietary needs)

Breakfast 

Organic gluten free steel cut oats accompanied by almonds, walnuts, pecans, Greek yoghurt, and fresh local fruit in season.

*Organic dark roast Kona coffee available in non-addictive quantities; for those who may wish to savor a special cup of coffee.  Upon request only. Dairy and non-dairy creamers, local lehua honey and organic cane sugar

*Available during or before breakfast only  

**24/7 hot water; assorted teas and honey.  

Lunch

Fresh organic green leaf lettuce topped with locally grown organic avocados, organic julienne carrots, "angel hair" red beets, fresh hand picked cherry tomatoes from our garden and a homemade lilikoi tangelo dressing*.

Baked Brie cheese topped with an ( organic mango chutney) and local Hawaiian honey.

Served with finger foods including both gluten free and multi grain crackers. Organic carrots and cucumber spears, roasted red pepper hummus*, fresh apple slices with almond butter and aged sharp cheddar cheese.

*or similar depending upon availability 

Locally grown organic avocado, kale and hemp seed salad topped with a fresh squeezed lemon and nutritional yeast dressing.

Organic free range chicken breasts marinated in a garlic lemon sauce served with fresh asparagus and baked Hawaiian sweet potatoes.

Dessert

Dark chocolate treat

Breakfast

Mediterranean frittata made with organic free-range eggs, kalamata olives, sundried tomatoes, artichoke hearts and feta goat cheese. Toppings include fresh alfalfa sprouts, organic salsa, and Greek yoghurt.  Whole grain and gluten free toast.  Locally grown  papaya,  bananas, pineapple in season. 

Lunch

Organic balsamic red beet salad with fresh organic locally grown kale, grated carrots, chopped walnuts*, topped with crumbled goats cheese.

Wild caught Alaska smoked salmon

Served with finger foods including gluten free and whole grain crackers. Organic carrots and cucumber spears, roasted red pepper hummus, fresh apple slices with almond butter and aged sharp cheddar cheese.

*or other nuts i.e. almonds , macadamia..etc

Dinner

Sugar snap peas, carrots, shitake mushrooms, zucchini, broccoli, and bell peppers stir- fried with a spicy Balinese peanut sauce. Served with organic short grain brown rice.

Dessert

Homemade nut and seed crusted lilikoi cheesecake 

Breakfast 

Gluten free whole grain pancakes accompanied by cinnamon dusted bananas topped with chopped macadamia nuts, additional fresh locally grown fruit in season

Toppings include maple syrup, Greek yoghurt, organic blueberries, raw almonds, pecans, and walnuts. 

Lunch

Fresh organic green leaf lettuce topped with cucumbers, alfalfa sprouts and hand picked cherry tomatoes from our garden* drizzled in a homemade citrus honey ginger dressing.

Organic brown rice salad marinated in a curry, coconut oil dressing mixed with grated organic carrots, raisins, chopped walnuts and diced organic apples.

Served with finger foods including gluten free and whole grain crackers. Organic carrots and cucumber spears, roasted red pepper hummus, fresh apple slices with almond butter and aged sharp cheddar cheese.

Dinner

Dinner

Fresh picked Organic locally grown Kale salad topped with Hawaiian macadamia nuts* and a homemade lemon vinaigrette dressing**.

Red and white quinoa ( tossed with organic olive oil ???) served with homemade Hawaiian pumpkin/ginger soup.

Dessert

Homemade frozen dark chocolate “avocado" pie 

olate “avocado" pie

Daily Experiences


Saturday Feb 26

Arrive at Hale Kai 4-5 pm Time for flip flops

Welcome on the lanai 5pm

Sunset Dinner on the lanai at 6 pm

Sunday Feb 27

Breakfast 7:30 am

Yoga and Guided Meditation  9-11:30

Lunch 12

Sunset on the lanai

Dinner 6:30 pm

Monday 

Breakfast 7:30 am

Yoga 8:30-10:00 am

11- 3 City of Refuge/Two Step

Picnic lunch at City of Refuge

Sunset on the lanai

Dinner 6:30 pm

Tuesday

Breakfast 7:30 am

Yoga Guided Meditation  9-11:30

Noon Picnic Lunch

Optional excursion to beach north of kona

Sunset on the lanai

Dinner 6:30 pm

Wednesday 

Breakfast 7:30 am

Yoga Guided Meditation 9-11:30

Lunch 12 pm

Sunset on the lanai

Dinner 6:30 pm

Thursday

Breakfast 7:30 am

Captain Cook Excursion 8:30-2:30

Guided Meditation 5-6 pm

Sunset on the lanai

Dinner 6:30 pm

Friday

Breakfast 7:30 am

Yoga Guided Meditation  9-11:30

Lunch 12

Sunset on the lanai

Dinner 6:30 pm

SatBreakfast at 8 am. Leave Hale Kai at 9:30 am

Yoga, Mindful Movement and Meditation

Diane's approach to yoga is to make it an experience that is accessible e to all. The objective is to use mindful movement to find greater mobility, strength, present moment awareness and joy.. Her years of training have taught her that not all yoga is good for all people. She uses therpeutic yoga to help you find the greatest results for your body. She understands that not all bodies are created equal, requiring options to be offered for the yoga practice. Her experience working with injuries and  restrictions allows her to incorporate movement specific to each student.  She incorporates some Pilates to help with strength and fitness. All movement practices are accessible to beginners. It is not required to attend the morning practices.  Visti her website to experince an example of her teaching. 

www.mindful-wellness.org

Diane's offers both seated meditation and guided meditation on your retreat. A 10-15 minute seated meditation is offered every morning before the practice. A guided meditation, similar to Yoga Nidra, is offered at the end of each morning practice. This is a wonderful opportunity to discover how to relax the body and mind to find wellness. Diane used guided meditation daily through her cancer recovery, and attributes this tool to her ease of recovery.  Visit her website to read more about Yoga Nidra. Please feel free to share what are your needs for yoga practice. 

What’s included

  • Your Retreat Includes
    Lodging, Meals, Excursions, Yoga and Meditation
  • Not Included
    Travelers are welcome to book a car on their own should they wish to explore the island independently. Transportation to and from the airport is an additional $25 each way per person

Available Packages

Double Occupancy BEFORE 7/26/2021
6 left

Shared room in bungalow

$1900
Deposit: $1000
Single Occupancy BEFORE 7/26/2021
Sold Out

Private Bungalow

$2500
Deposit: $1000
Double Occupany
9 left
$2400
Deposit: $1000
Single Occupancy
only 1 left

Private Bungalow

$3000
Deposit: $1000


Your Organizer


MW
Mindful Wellness
Diane Butera is a 500 RYT-E yoga educator. Her focus of inquiry through mindfulness tools is furthers wellness of body, mind, and spirit. Diane’s cancer diagnosis 10 years ago led her to become a strong advocate for mindful healing through yoga and guided meditation. With the diagnosis of ovarian cancer, Diane went on to study and teach yoga for healing. She leads workshops for back pain, anxiety, insomnia, cancer healing, pelvic floor, beginning yoga and more