Hawaiian Culture

Hawaiian Healing Retreat - Ho'oponopono and Lomilomi

Harry Uhane Jim and Sila Lehua Jim

March 18, 2013 - March 24, 2013

Harry Uhane and Sila Lehua Jim LOMILOMI

Enter into the realm of Lomilomi, the traditional Hawaiian Approach to bodywork. Lomilomi holds the premise that body, mind and spirit (trinity) participate in its evolution - healing. The work creates a temple…a sacred space... a connecting space... A safe space place for the body’s consciousness (the emotional body).

About the Facilitator(s)

Harry Uhane Jim and Sila Lehua Jim

Wise Secrets of AlohaHarry Uhane and Sila Lehua Jim come from a lineage of Hawaiian Healers. Harry was trained by practioners who were well known but from the deeply secret world of Native Hawaiian Healers known as Kahuna. Harry and Sila’s gatherings convey authenticity and are known for unveiling profound ancient truths with wit and laughter. Harry evokes the Hawaiian experience of healing by showing you how to raise the vibration of the space creating a healing time. You can learn more at www.harryjimlomilomi.com.

Contacts

To Register:

Dennis Dehler
Phone: 
(808) 965-0468 x122

For More Information:

Sila Jim
Phone: 
808-333-9491

Workshop Fees

Fees include workshop, meals, accommodations, and use of Kalani's facilities including pool, hot tub and sauna.

$200 non-refundable deposit will hold your place and the balance is due upon arrival. .

$725 tuition only - no meals or accommodations.

Fees per person: Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
9 - Ocean Cottage $ 1890 $ 2520
8 - Ocean Loft n/a n/a
7 - Tropical Cottage $ 1890 $ 2520
6 - Tropical Loft n/a n/a
5 - Tree House Room $ 1625 $ 2015
4 - Bungalow Room n/a n/a
3 - Lodge Room (private bath) $ 1475 $ 1775
2 - Lodge Room (shared bath) n/a n/a
1 - Campsite n/a $ 1175

Prices subject to change without notice.

Hula Heritage Festival 2013

Kumu Ehulani Stephany, Likeke Koob, Kuane Cariaga, Lynda Tu'a and the Kalani Team

April 2, 2013 - April 8, 2013

Hula AuanaJoin us as we celebrate great moments of Hawaiian culture. Throughout the week we will learn traditional songs, chants, myths, crafts, language, plant uses and hula - in both kahiko (ancient) and ‘auana (post 1860) forms.

Evenings we will watch broadcasts and to the extent tickets are available, attend portions of the Merrie Monarch Hula Festival evening ceremonies, performances and competitions at the Edith Kanakaʻole Stadium in Hilo.

About the Facilitator(s)

Ehulani Stephany

Ehulani Stephany is kumu of a Halau Hula Ka Makani Hali Ala O Puna with mission to: "support and encourage our men and women with the growth and perpetuation of traditional Hawaiian Culture through Pono (Hawaiian Protocol), Pa'a (secure/strong/right) education in Hula (Hawaiian Dance) and Oli, (Hawaiian Chants), and in the participation of ancient ceremonies and rituals"; and purpose "E Ho'omau Ka Ha O Ka Hawai'i" ("To Perpetuate the Culture of Hawai'i").

Jonathan Kimo Kaleikaukeha Lopez

KimoBorn and raised in Wai'anae, O'ahu, Jonathan was first taught to dance hula at age 5 by his tutu Lucille Kaleikaukeha Kupau. He further studied under the tutelage of John Papa of Nanakuli, Hoku Rasmussen, Lydia Kauakahi, Frank Palani Kahala of the Gentlemen of Maluikeau, Michael Canopin of Halau Kealakapawa, and Ehulani Stephany of Halau Hula Ka Makani Hali'a Ala O Puna. Kimo has competed in the Merrie Monarch, Kamehameha Hula Competition, and was awarded Mr. Imperial Hula of 2002. Jonathan has toured the US and Japan as an ambassador of this beautiful Hawaiian cultural practice. He has been teaching hula for ten years and continues to do so at the retreat center Kalani Honua of Kalapana where he has been living since 2004.

Contacts

To Register:

Kalani Reservations Desk
Phone: 
(800) 800-6886 (toll-free)
Phone: 
(808) 965-7828 (front desk)

Workshop Fees

Fees include workshop, meals, accommodations and use of Kalani's facilities including pool, hot tub and sauna.

Fees per person: Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
9 - Ocean Cottage $ 1410 $ 2160
8 - Ocean Loft $ 1320 $ 1980
7 - Tropical Cottage $ 1320 $ 1980
6 - Tropical Loft $ 1200 $ 1710
5 - Tree House Room $ 1200 $ 1710
4 - Bungalow Room $ 1140 $ 1560
3 - Lodge Room (private bath) $ 1080 $ 1440
2 - Lodge Room (shared bath) $ 960 $ 1170
1 - Campsite $ 840 $ 840

Prices subject to change without notice.

Hawaiian Lomi Lomi and Pohaku Wela Hot Stone Massage Retreat 52 NCBTMB CE hours

Carrie Rowell and Nile Curtis

Gain a deeper understanding of the potential for healing, growth and transformation that the Hawaiian teachings offer.  In this immersion workshop you will learn and practice the ancient arts of Hawaiian Lomi Lomi and Pohaku Wela Hot Stone Massage supported and nurtured in a lush tropical rainforest.

About the Facilitator(s)

Carrie Rowell

Carrie Rowell spent her childhood in Oahu and has been fascinated by all aspects of the Hawaiian culture ever since. She has studied various forms of dance and martial arts and has trained with several Hawaiian masters of the healing arts over the last 13 years. Since 1998 she has traveled the world teaching Lomi Lomi, sacred dance and women’s workshops. She is a continuing education provider in several countries and her style is fun and technical with an emphasis on hands-on work.

Nile Curtis

Nile Curtis began his career in massage 10 years ago with a focus on deep tissue as a chiropractic assistant. His extensive dance training allows him to embody the grace inherent in Lomi Lomi. Since 2005 he has assisted Carrie’s classes around the globe. When not traveling the world they live and practice in Pahoa.

Contacts

To Register:

For More Information:

Workshop Fees

Fees include workshop, excursions, meals, accommodations, and use of Kalani's facilities including pool, hot tub and sauna. Also included is one scheduled airport pick up with lei greeting at Hilo airport at 4:30pm on April 28th and drop off leaving Kalani at 1pm on May 8th. Plan your flights accordingly or arrange for a rental car or Kalani’s shuttle for an additional fee. Airfare to Hawaii is not included. Prices listed are if registered by December 31, 2012 and increase by $100 after December 31 2012. Commuter rates remains the same. *Ask about discounted rates to bring a friend or spouse not attending the workshop.

Fees per person: Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
9 - Ocean Cottage $ 3200 $ 4250
8 - Ocean Loft $ 2800 $ 3450
7 - Tropical Cottage $ 3200 $ 4250
6 - Tropical Loft $ 2800 $ 3450
5 - Tree House Room $ 2800 $ 3450
4 - Bungalow Room $ 2800 $ 3450
3 - Lodge Room (private bath) $ 2550 $ 3050
2 - Lodge Room (shared bath) $ 2300 $ 2650
1 - Campsite $ 2050 $ 2050

LODGE ROOM triple shared bath $2200 LODGE ROOM triple private bath $2300

COMMUTER (no meals,excursions or lodging)

Lomi Lomi class only April 29-May 4 $695

COMMUTER Hot stone class May 6-7 $295

COMMUTER Both classes $950

Prices Subject to Change without Notice

The Heart of Aloha

Mark Kadota

December 26, 2012 - December 27, 2012

Art of AlohaWinter is a time of clearing away dead leaves and preparing for new growth in the spring. I am using this as a metaphor for creating this workshop. The focus of this workshop is the art of giving. We will explore our fears and find ways to remove the blocks. We will address giving and receiving to ourselves and the world around us.
 

About the Facilitator(s)

Most of my education has been informal and passed down through an oral tradition. I have relied on my intuition, travel and determination to explore cultural ideas and beliefs. Much of my teachings rely on taking parts of various cultural practices and creating unique ways of self-discovery. Main source of practices has been shamanic cultures. I have had a series of teachers in different shamanic cultures.

Contacts

Workshop Fees

General admission is $30 (includes both sessions) or free for Holiday Men’s Week participants.

Prices subject to change without notice.

Hawaiian Healing Retreat - Living and learning the Art of Lomilomi

Harry Uhane Jim and Sila Lehua Jim

October 7, 2012 - October 13, 2012

Harry Uhane and Sila Lehua Jim LOMILOMI

Enter into the realm of Lomilomi, the traditional Hawaiian Approach to bodywork. Lomilomi holds the premise that body, mind and spirit (trinity) participate in its evolution - healing. The work creates a temple…a sacred space... a connecting space... A safe space place for the body’s consciousness (the emotional body).

About the Facilitator(s)

Harry Uhane Jim and Sila Lehua Jim

Wise Secrets of AlohaHarry Uhane and Sila Lehua Jim come from a lineage of Hawaiian Healers. Harry was trained by practioners who were well known but from the deeply secret world of Native Hawaiian Healers known as Kahuna. Harry and Sila’s gatherings convey authenticity and are known for unveiling profound ancient truths with wit and laughter. Harry evokes the Hawaiian experience of healing by showing you how to raise the vibration of the space creating a healing time. You can learn more at www.harryjimlomilomi.com.

Contacts

To Register:

Dennis Dehler
Phone: 
(808) 965-0468 x122

For More Information:

Sila Jim
Phone: 
808-333-9491

Workshop Fees

Fees include workshop, meals, accommodations, and use of Kalani's facilities including pool, hot tub and sauna.

There is a $100 cancellation fee if canceled before the workshop begins and $150 cancellation fee after the workshop begins.

$650 tuition only - no meals or accommodations.

Fees per person: Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
9 - Ocean Cottage $ 1890 $ 2520
8 - Ocean Loft n/a n/a
7 - Tropical Cottage $ 1890 $ 2520
6 - Tropical Loft n/a n/a
5 - Tree House Room n/a n/a
4 - Bungalow Room n/a n/a
3 - Lodge Room (private bath) $ 1500 $ 1800
2 - Lodge Room (shared bath) n/a n/a
1 - Campsite n/a $ 1200

Prices subject to change without notice.

Mana Lomi Retreats: 3 day Level 1 and 3 day Hawaiian Hot Stones

Maka'ala Yates

December 2, 2012 - December 8, 2012

Mana Lomi® is based on Hawaiian healing concepts of working with the body, mind and spirit. It is hands on healing that is deep and powerful, yet gentle, giving immediate and long-term results. Mana Lomi® symbolically means "to communicate energetically deep within the bones of the individual and thus with the soul of the person."

You will learn:

About the Facilitator(s)

Dr. Maka'ala Yates, D.C. is a Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiian Ancestry) who specializes in Hawaiian medicine. He has been practicing and teaching Hawaiian healing concepts for over 25 years and is founder of Mana Lomi® and Indigenous Botanicals. Maka’ala received the Kaonohi Award in 2005 from the State of Hawaii for his excellence in Hawaiian medicine and community support. He is the author of "Ancient Hawaiian Principles of Being Well."

Contacts

To Register:

Dennis Dehler
Phone: 
(808) 965-0468 x122

For More Information:

Maka'ala Yates
Phone: 
541-301-2896

Workshop Fees

Fees include workshop, meals, accommodations, and use of Kalani's facilities including pool, hot tub and sauna.

Fees per person: Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
9 - Ocean Cottage n/a n/a
8 - Ocean Loft n/a n/a
7 - Tropical Cottage n/a n/a
6 - Tropical Loft n/a n/a
5 - Tree House Room n/a n/a
4 - Bungalow Room n/a n/a
3 - Lodge Room (private bath) $ 1955 $ 2325
2 - Lodge Room (shared bath) n/a n/a
1 - Campsite n/a $ 1650

Prices subject to change without notice.

Off site price: $1199.00 (Does not include meals or airfare or airport transfers).

Puna Music Festival 2012

May 19, 2012 - May 28, 2012

Hawaii Music Festival LogoCome celebrate Puna and enjoy local music at the Puna Music Festival, presented by KAPA FM, home of Hawai`i's music. With four major concerts and a schedule full of workshops and special gatherings, this ten-day community event is sure to be fun for all ages. 

Concerts:

About the Facilitator(s)

Contacts

To Register:

Kalani Reservations Desk
Phone: 
(800) 800-6886 (toll-free)
Phone: 
(808) 965-7828 (front desk)

For More Information:

Kalani Reservations Desk
Phone: 
(800) 800-6886 (toll-free)
Phone: 
(808) 965-7828 (front desk)

Workshop Fees

Kalani is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charity. Your stay here supports our educational mission, preservation of ancient Hawaiian cultural sites, and the development of a model sustainable community.

Special package rates are available for the Hawaii Yoga Festival - a tremendous value!

Included: Accommodation in a lodge room with private bathroom, all meals at Kalani, use of Kalani facilities, regular classes (over 50 per week), and special events.

Not Included: Airport transfers, and flights to/from Hilo airport (ITO.)

Weekend Package (3 Nights): 
$495 per person, double occupancy ($675 single)

7 day / 6 night Package (One workshop included):
$990 per person, double occupancy ($1350 single)

Full Festival Package (9 Nights - Two workshops and a complimentary wellness treatment included): 
$1395 per person, double occupancy ($1995 single)

Very limited number of room upgrades are available. Inquire for details.

Music Workshops and Intensives:
$150 for three mornings or afternoons / $90 kamaaina.

Shaman in the Kitchen

Stewart Blackburn

November 4, 2012 - November 7, 2012

Shaman in the KitchenPreparing and eating wonderful food is delightful enough, but what if we took things to another level?

The Shaman in the Kitchen is a workshop that explores the uses of food and the eating experience to expand our creativity and our ability to craft our lives to our liking.

In this workshop we will prepare a number of wonderful dishes that take us into several realms simultaneously.

About the Facilitator(s)

Stewart BlackburnStewart Blackburn has been a chef for over 30 years, working in boutique gourmet restaurants, catering, manufacturing gourmet specialty foods and food consulting. He holds a Masters Degree in Food Science from the University of Maine. He has also been practicing shamanism for over 20 years.

Stewart is a senior teacher with Aloha International and has been teaching the Huna Healing Circle at Kalani for the last four years. He often refers to himself as a Shaman of Pleasure and is currently finishing up a book called The Skills of Pleasure.

Contacts

To Register:

Stewart Blackburn
Phone: 
(808) 965-0940

For More Information:

Stewart Blackburn
Phone: 
(808) 965-0940

Workshop Fees

Kalani is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charity. Your stay here supports our educational mission, preservation of ancient Hawaiian cultural sites, and the development of a model sustainable community.

Shaman in the Kitchen is a featured workshop held during the Puna Culinary Festival. Tuition for Shaman in the Kitchen is $120 + $20 food/materials (kama'aina rate available.)

Tuition does not include food or lodging. Take advantage of our

special discounted package rates for the Puna Culinary Festival by clicking this link

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Kalani Performing Arts Festival - Performer Intensive

Yannis Adoniou, Blue Star Octave, Kenny Elliot, Joule L`adara, Wainani Leialoha Makuakane Hansen, Wailana Simcock, Andrea Torres

3rd Annual Kalani Performing Arts Festival
Performer Intensive

Kalani Performing Arts Festival HawaiiAwaken your creative potential in this 7 day performance workshop and festival.  Participants from all levels, beginners and professionals alike, are welcomed to KPAF who have a passion and interest in the performing arts.

About the Facilitator(s)

Yannis Adoniou and KUNST-STOFF Dance Company, Modern Dance

In 1998 Yannis Adoniou founded the critically acclaimed dance company, KUNST-STOFF with longtime collaborator Tomi Paasonen to explore the intersection of multiple art forms and aesthetics, employing dance as the central medium. With KUNST-STOFF dance company, his works have toured throughout the USA and internationally with critical acclaim. Since 2010 Adoniou, runs the performing and visual arts space KUNST-STOFF arts, located in down town San Francisco, California USA, where he teaches, curates and creates works for KUNST-STOFF dance company.

www.kunst-stoff.org

Raj Olson & Blue Star Octave, Music

Raj Olson, always looking for something artistically unique and original, is a multimedia artist residing in the Puna District on Hawaii Island. Trained in classical guitar technique in Singapore, West African percussion in Hawaii and influenced by his East Indian background Raj has a unique style of guitar and composition. At 18 years old in Colorado Raj released "Selected Guitar Sequences" an album combining classical style guitar with alternate tunings. At 19 years old he met critically acclaimed writer/theatre director Kate Veihl and with a Federal grant they formed a very successful percussion group to work with rehabilitating senior citizens through music. After moving to Hawaii in 2001 Raj and Kate Veihl formed Stargate Academy of Performing Arts in which Raj has starred, played music, and written for most of their original acclaimed productions. In 2009 while starring and writing the score for the esoteric play "Conference of the Birds" he got to train with Hawaii's amazing choreographer Wailana Simcock. Raj has since worked with Wailana's dance company "Wai Company" as a musician. Currently Raj is playing and writing music with the unique band "Blue Star Octave" a fusion gypsy rock and roll dance band that plays around the Big Island.

Kenny Elliott, Acting

Since his beginnings, Elliott has had the privilege and opportunity to perform on many stages across the U.S., including Disney's RedCat Theatre, Stages Theatre and the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. As a co-star on television, he has made appearances on Lost, Cold Case, Strong Medicine and the Wayan's.  He has travelled the U.S. with the national tour of The Exonerated, where he originated the role of Robert Hayes, in which the Los Angeles Times claimed the production, "...a riveting Actorsʻ Gang staging examining capital punishment and the justice system in chilling terms." He also originated the role of Ned in Batboy, the Musical, which eventually went to Broadway.

Ken traveled to the Island of Hawaiʻi in 2005 to assist longtime friend Jason Scott Lee, in inaugurating his Ulua Theatre, in Lanford Wilson's play, Burn This, in the role of Larry, which consequently sold out for three weeks.

He is also Artistic Director and co-founder of GASP Theatre Company with which he directed and produced, "Tape" at the East Hawaii Cultural Center (2009), and "The Laramie Project - 10 Years Later" (2010) at the UH Hilo Performing Arts Center.  He is also slated to direct UH Hilo's Fall 2012 production of August Wilson's play, "Joe Turners Come and Gone" at the Performing Arts Center. In 2009, he enrolled at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, and this summer earns his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and a Certificate in Elementary Education.

Ken's membership in Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and Actor's Equity Association, combined with his professional training and experience over the past 25 years, has prepared him to share his knowledge of exploring the "Power of the Voice" through the heightened emotional states of Happiness, Sadness, Fear and Anger.

Joule L`adara, Voice

Joule L’adara MFA, is a classically trained vocalist whose music integrates western and eastern spiritual traditions utilizing extended vocal techniques. She is a Sound Healing and Reiki practitioner, holding a Masters in Multi-Focus Vocal Performance, a BFA in Acting, and a Diploma in Audio Engineering. She has sung in Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Opera, and professional musical theatre and opera companies in the United States and in Europe, as well as performing her original music worldwide. As the founder of Sounding Circles LLC, she joyously leads workshops and retreats throughout the US featuring group improvisational vocal methods designed to bring about emotional release and promote the idea of community building through group resonance. Joule is the host of Sounding Circles Radio, a bi-monthly show airing on the Contact Talk Radio Network, featuring interviews with leading edge sound healing practitioners and conscious musicians. Her Sounding Circles Intensive will take place for the third year at Kalani Oceanside Retreat in July 2012.

http://www.soundingcircles.com

Wainani Leialoha Makuakane Hansen, Hula

Wainani was Maui born and raised in Kailua, O`ahu.  Her first kaholo began when she was 5 years old and she has been dancing hula ever since.  She has had the honor of studying with amazing Kumu Hula – Karen Aiu, Holoua Stender, Randy Fong, Wayne Chang, and Kaleo Trinidad.  Her passion for dancing led her to study many other forms of dance and movement – ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop, ballroom, tap, pilates, yoga, GYROTONIC ® and aerial dancing; but her roots and true love will always be hula.

Wailana Simcock, Artistic Director

Born in Angeles City, Philippines to a Filipina mother and Kiwi father, Wailana was raised on O'ahu from age five. His multi-cultural identity and immigrant status has critically influenced his dance and art. In 1995, he became principal dancer for the award winning modern dance company Pearl Ubungen Dancers and Musicians (PUDM) of San Francisco, traveling with them to New York, Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Philippines. While in the San Francisco Bay Area, he had the opportunity to work and study with such innovators as: Steamroller, Kunstoff, Terry Sendgraff, Kathleen Hermesdorf, Joe Goode, and Barbra Dilley of Naropa University. Through his full time work with PUDM, he also became Artist Teacher in the San Francisco Unified School District teaching creative movement to children and later for the Hawaii Public School System upon his return in 2000. He then joined and performed with Iona Dance Theater, Tau Dance Theater and the pre-eminent aerial dance troupe, Samadhi Hawai‘i. Wailana graduated from the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo in 2006 with a Liberal Arts degree he penned, “Culture and Performance in Contemporary Hawai’i”--bridging Hawaiian Studies with the Performing Arts. In June of 2007, he joined the ground breaking production of ‘Ulalena by ARRA Montreal in Lāhaina, Maui. In 2008, he was part of the original cast of Waikiki Nei, the sister show to 'Ulalena. Through his studies, he has been using the Hawaiian language exclusively to teach creative movement. He has taught at the Hawaiian Immersion Ka ‘Umeke Kāʽeo and now at Nāwahīokalaniʽopuʽu. Since 2001, he has taught aerial dance, modern dance, yoga, Hawaiian studies and language classes at Kalani Honua in Kalapana where he currently lives. He has choreographed for the Puna Men’s Chorus, Stargate Theater, Samadhi Hawai‘i and has created solo and group works. In January 2011, Wailana founded his own performing arts group Wai Company with mission to inspire and educate dance theater me nā mea Hawaiʽi through classes and performances. He is also the Artistic Director of the annual Kalani Performing Arts Festival.

Andrea Torres, Aerial Dance

Brazil born, dancer & yogi Andrea Torres is the Founder and Director of Hawai‘i’s only Aerial Company SAMADHI HAWAII. Andrea is the original aerialist/acrobatas Hina, the moon goddess, in the critically acclaimed 'Ulalena production at the Maui Theatre in Lāhaina by ARRA Montreal. Torres is a recipient of the Choreography Award by the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Her aerial work has appeared with Iona Contemporary Dance Theatre, Tau Dance Theatre, Sonny Ching's Hālau Nā Mamo o Pu'uanahulu in Hawai‘i and Japan, I Ka Wā Kahiko-Haleakalā Productions, Honua'ula Lūau at Maui Marriott Wailea, Nohelani Cipryano “Nostalgic Hawai‘i” Show at Hale Koa Hotel, Art Spree at TCM, Bank of Hawai‘i’s family Sunday at The Art Academy, Live from the Lawn at Hawai‘i State Art Museum, Youth Fair at The State Capitol, Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards, Raiatea Helm at The Hawai‘i Theatre and in collaboration with Hawaiian musician Makana and Grammy nominee Jeff Peterson.

Contacts

To Register:

Kalani Reservations Desk
Phone: 
(800) 800-6886 (toll-free)
Phone: 
(808) 965-7828 (front desk)

For More Information:

Wailana Simcock
Phone: 
808-965-0468 x108

Workshop Fees

Kalani is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charity. Your stay here supports our educational mission, preservation of ancient Hawaiian cultural sites, and the development of a model sustainable community.

Included: Accommodation in a lodge room with private bathroom, all meals at Kalani, use of Kalani facilities, regular classes (over 50 per week), airport transfers, and all feature dinners and evening events.

Not Included: Flights to/from Hilo airport (ITO.)

Performer Intensive Package (8 nights):

$1212 triple - shared bath

$1495 double - private bath

$1895 single - private bath

$1175 camping - shared bath

All packages are priced per person and include tuition.

A very limited number of room upgrades are available. Inquire for details.

Kama'aina tuition is available at $350, and does not include meals or lodging. $25 daily & $50 weekly pool/spa passes will also be available.

Puna Culinary Festival

Various Facilitators

November 3, 2012 - November 11, 2012

Learn, feast, and enjoy with us as we celebrate the Puna Chefs' and Farmers' Culinary Festival!

From November 3rd-11th, visitors and Big Island residents will gather to experience the vibrant home-grown cuisine of Puna. Learning about and savoring Pacific, particularly Hawaiian, food will be the delightful experience of every participant.

The Puna Chefs' and Farmers' Culinary Festival includes:

About the Facilitator(s)

Contacts

For More Information:

Kalani Reservations Desk
Phone: 
(800) 800-6886 (toll-free)
Phone: 
(808) 965-7828 (front desk)

Workshop Fees

Kalani is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charity. Your stay here supports our educational mission, preservation of ancient Hawaiian cultural sites, and the development of a model sustainable community.

Special package rates are available for the Puna Culinary Festival - a tremendous value!

Included: Accommodation in a lodge room with private bathroom, all meals at Kalani, use of Kalani facilities, regular classes (over 50 per week), and all feature dinners and evening events.

Not Included: Airport transfers, culinary immersions/workshops, and flights to/from Hilo airport (ITO.)

Weekend Package (3 Nights): 
$495 per person, double occupancy ($675 single)

7 day / 6 night Package (Complimentary wellness treatment included):
$990 per person, double occupancy ($1350 single)

Full Festival Package (Two complimentary wellness treatments included): 
$1395 per person, double occupancy ($1995 single)

Very limited number of room upgrades are available. Inquire for details.

Immersions/Workshops:
$25 per person / $20 kama'aina for each immersion event; or, save money and immerse yourself fully with $150 for a 1/2 week (4 day) pass, or $275 for a full week (8 day) pass!

Note that Shaman in the Kitchen with Stewart Blackburn is priced separately from other festival events. Click here for Shaman in the Kitchen workshop details.

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