Join the company that’s redefining the travel industry and that Inc. Magazine calls “a leader in the health & wellness industry.”
We engage in transformational, sustainable, and community-based tourism. We pay our leaders for their travel, time and expertise, whereas many other companies simply offer them a free retreat. We support gender equality and antiracism.
We envision a world in peace, where people live in physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health, in connection with Nature, and can, therefore, love and honor each other and the planet.
Our deepest desire is to heal people’s hearts.
“Be careful what you wish for,” said our local guide. The Hawaiian islands are a vortex of energy. Your thoughts and intentions manifest into reality faster than on the mainland.
Your adventure will be anchored in daily yoga, meditation, and qigong practices, the building blocks of a healthy life. You’ll learn to feel energy with the palms of your hands and move it throughout your body. You’ll learn to take control of your stress, a skill that will serve you for the rest of your life.
Throw in swimming with dolphins, whale-watching, surfing, hiking through the lush Hawaiian jungle, and relaxing in natural hot springs, and you’ll create memories to last the rest of your life too.
Our journey will culminate with a New Moon ceremony. Connected to the natural rhythms of Nature, this is a great time for letting go of what you no longer need and setting new intentions for the coming lunar cycle. This theme, with the energetic power of the Big Island, gives you an extra powerful healing retreat!
This seven-day all-inclusive wellness retreat is a Bucket List journey – at least for us.
You’ll be nourished by a local chef, using fresh, seasonal, and organic ingredients.
Breakfasts and lunches will be vegan or vegetarian, and omnivores will have the option to include meat at dinner.
We’ll also enjoy a few raw meals throughout the retreat, to get a taste of how delicious eating raw can be, and to feel its effects in our bodies, minds, and spirits.
Plan to arrive to the Kailua-Kona International Airport (KOA) by 3pm, so we have plenty of time to unpack, settle in, explore the grounds before starting to get to know each other that evening with our first activities.