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2019 IGNITE Divine Masculine & Feminine

Ke’oni Hanalei of Pohala Hawaiian Botanicals

Ke’oni Hanalei of Pohala Hawaiian Botanicals

2 Part Workshop Series from 3pm-6pm (dates below)Only $108 for entire series! Join us for an epic way to start your year. Guest speakers, self-introspection and illumination!
April 27 
Dive into your Divine Masculine
Divine Masculine Introduction with guest speaker Ke’oni Hanalei of Pohala

Special Men’s Group on April 28th with Ke’oni Hanalei and Tom Penna of Homaikapono.
Divine Feminine Workshop & Union with Marni - May 25

Welcome in the New Year of 2019, or as Joanna Macy describes, The Great Turning. Visionary teacher Joanna Macy describes this shift we are making into a life-sustaining culture, and it has three main components: Holding Actions, Innovative Structures and Shifts of Consciousness. How are you balancing all aspects of your life? What are your intentions and goals for 2019? What values and ways of living your life are steering your direction? Have you faced your shadow ego in the masculine and feminine aspects of self? Is your subconscious running the show? Let’s explore and heal together. This is the year to start it off with the intention and fire to light your flame.

Join us in this 2-part workshop series to dive deep into SELF. Held over 2 Saturdays from 3-6pm, we will explore and practice together. Each workshop is followed by a Sound Medicine Evening (included) from 7-8:30pm (attendance is optional).

Total cost for entire workshop is $108 held at the historic Na Kupuna Makamae Center in Kaka’ako
Space is limited
RSVP to: aloha@thesacredpractice.com




Press

Read my latest feature in Hi Luxury Magazine! I am so proud to share my sound healing work with the O’ahu community. Thank you Na Kupuna Makamae for inviting me to be a part of your space. Join me at NKM in Kaka’ako for weekly Yoga and Sound Bath! Learn More

The Spirit of SOUND | HILUXURY - Hawaii Luxury Magazine

Sound is powerful. It can both simulate and calm the body and psyche. That's why bands play fight songs at football games and mothers sing lullabies to children. Recent research in the field of vibrational medicine suggests that certain sounds can help support relaxation, reduce stress and even promote healing.