Eco-Retreat & Permaculture Center on the Big Island

Sep
20
Thu
Morning Yoga Flow W/ Kristen @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 20 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

kristenEvery weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Kristen Coyle (E-RYT 500) is a certified Dharma Yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Reiki I, II, and III practitioner. Kristen is deeply inspired by Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra and travels to study with him whenever possible. Kristen’s classes are transformational, creative, and fun. She weaves original Vinyasa sequencing, eclectic music, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra and meditation into her offerings. 

Plant Aloha : Ulu/Breadfruit (Staple Tree Crops, carbs, part 2) (class 17 of 25) @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Sep 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Plant Aloha Hawaiian Sanctuary

Ulu/Breadfruit (Staple Tree Crops, carbs, part 2)

(Class 17 of 25)

Learn to grow and use this super productive food plant from yard to table, including mulching, thinning, disease prevention, and more. Find out how to cook green bananas!

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Plant Aloha Series

Hawaiian Sanctuary is proud to present: Plant Aloha, a FREE educational series of sustainable farming classes. Every Thursday morning, from 9:00am until 12:30pm, with special Saturday monthly offerings, led by local and visiting experts.

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part, by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development. We are looking for support to complete and enhance this amazing FREE program. Please give what you can.

wade1Each class starts promptly with a lecture and Q&A before a hands-on farm experience. Come prepared with notepad and writing utensil, closed toed shoes, sun hat, and gloves.

View the full Plant Aloha Series schedule on our Calendar.

Space is limited, please register by emailing: grow@hawaiiansanctuary.com.

 


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The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 20 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Sep
21
Fri
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 21 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Weekly Bee Dance Party – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Sep 21 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Bee Dance is that weekly buzz you’ve been craving! Serving up a divine nectar of dance medicine every Friday. Get you a taste!

Ceremony – A Good Cause – Music – Dancing – Light Show – Fire Performances

Our weekly intention is to bring together the community in unity-hive consciousness by honoring and learning from the Bees. Each dance benefits the Gentle Hive Bee Foundation – who are busy researching local hive health and apiary techniques. We’re on a mission to protect the bees so they can protect us!

Shane the Bee Charmer says, “A healthy bee hive represents what society could be like if humans were loving.” In a healthy hive, all bees are able to work interdependently at their own individual purpose toward one superordinate goal: to thrive and support the thriving of others, so we can all enjoy the sweetness of life

The evening begins with a Bee ceremony co-facilitated by Shane the Bee Charmer and Amberay at 7pm. A honey elixir will be served to all in attendance. The ceremony culminates in a guided meditation of singing bowls, soulful toning, and mystical didgeridoo; with a theme that changes every week.

The elixir is infused with fruit or herbs and co-created with pure intentions. Our ceremony leads straight into our dance journey, guided by different DJs each week.

7PM Bee Ceremony (Elixer Provided)

7:30 Dance Initiation (Opening DJ)

8:30 Dance Journey (Headlining DJ)

This Friday’s headliner >> TBA

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Dancing is just one of many dimensions to explore each Friday night at Hawaiian Sanctuary’s beautiful & ecologically sustainable retreat.

New Dj every week!

Bee Dance features the visual art and projection mapped light show  to enhance the dance experience!

Relax and get buffed in our comfy squish zone!

Let fire dancers mesmerize you under a spell of stars!

Refresh yourself at the locally sourced and made chocolate & jun bar!

Warm yourself fireside surrounded by family & new friends!

BEE DANCE is infinite!
Bee love… Bee safe… Bee dance…

$15 Entry ( $10 Kama’aina )
Keiki Friendly! 12 & under free.

Contact us for fire spinner/dancer deals.

Lodging

If your coming from afar and need a place to rest, lodging is available at Hawaiian Sanctuary. Romantic Couple Night Deals are available (Free admission to dance with a room rental. Includes use of spa!).

Are you ready to experience paradise?

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Sep
22
Sat
Kundalini Yoga with Sach Dharam Singh @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 22 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

 

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Nia Dance with Valusha Boyko @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit. Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Join Valusha for this weekly transformational, fun class!

316297_570960489592644_1096818654_nValusha Boyko grew up in Sochi, Russia, a beach resort at the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus mountains. She was an Art Gymnast for 10 years, starting at age 4. Valusha was a straight A student, She played Piano and graduated from Music school. Valusha grew up in a family of hikers and alpinists. Valusha followed her calling to work with plants, and studied Gardening and Landscape design.

Valusha first came to United Stated with the Work And Travel program, working at Glacier National Park. Valusha moved to US as an immigrant in 2007. She lived and worked in Montana and Wyoming, at Glacier and Grand Teton National parks.
Valusha became a Nia student in 2008, finding her path of self-discovery and healing. She took her Nia White Belt Teacher Training, Nia 52 Moves Training while studying at Nia Headquarters in Portland, OR.

Now a certified Nia teacher, Valusha offers weekly Nia classes at the Hawaiian Sanctuary.
Valusha is a Cook at the Tin Shack Bakery in Pahoa. She has a garden in Black Sands, Puna, Hawaii.

$10

Sep
23
Sun
Weekly Ecstatic Dance – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Sep 23 @ 10:30 am – 12:03 pm

Ecstatic Dance

Please join the Puna Dance Ohana as we continue to dance in our sacred, community dance ritual each Sunday!
This Every Sunday, experienced, skilled DJ’s from all over the world for your dancing pleasures!

Contribution of $10-20 to support community dancing!
Opening with a Foundation Circle at 10:30 am
Warm up set to follow.
Opening Circle- 11 am
Main Program- 11-12:30 pm
Please respect our host- Hawaiian Sanctuary by not wandering around the site, and not bringing pets!

Healing Food & Elixir Bar

PALO SANTO JUN: $5
+relieves stress, headaches, inflammation

RAW PIE: $5
+ Fig & Date (crust)
+ Banana & Coconut (body)
+ Cacao & fruit (toppings)

RAW CACAO: $3 or 2 for $5
Cacao is an Amazonian Superfood: contains 40 X the antioxidants of blueberries, it’s a natural mood enhancer & anti-depressant.

Guidelines
Please refrain from talking on the dance floor.
Please supervise your children under 16 at all times.
Please do not bring your pets.
Enjoy our dance floor barefooted.

Sep
24
Mon
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 24 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Keiki Hula w/Aunty U’ilani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 24 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Hula w/Kumu Ehulani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sep
25
Tue
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 25 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 25 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Sep
26
Wed
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 26 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Sep
27
Thu
Morning Yoga Flow W/ Kristen @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 27 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

kristenEvery weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Kristen Coyle (E-RYT 500) is a certified Dharma Yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Reiki I, II, and III practitioner. Kristen is deeply inspired by Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra and travels to study with him whenever possible. Kristen’s classes are transformational, creative, and fun. She weaves original Vinyasa sequencing, eclectic music, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra and meditation into her offerings. 

Plant Aloha : Peach Palm, Breadnut, Jackfruit Staple Tree Crops (carb/protein mix) (class 18 of 25) @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Sep 27 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Plant Aloha Hawaiian Sanctuary

Peach Palm, Breadnut, Jackfruit Staple Tree Crops (carb/protein mix)

(Class 18 of 25)

Peach palm and breadnut are delicious and common staple crops in their homelands and perfectly suited to our environment. They deserve to be more widely grown here! Plus malabar chestnut.

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Plant Aloha Series

Hawaiian Sanctuary is proud to present: Plant Aloha, a FREE educational series of sustainable farming classes. Every Thursday morning, from 9:00am until 12:30pm, with special Saturday monthly offerings, led by local and visiting experts.

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part, by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development. We are looking for support to complete and enhance this amazing FREE program. Please give what you can.

wade1Each class starts promptly with a lecture and Q&A before a hands-on farm experience. Come prepared with notepad and writing utensil, closed toed shoes, sun hat, and gloves.

View the full Plant Aloha Series schedule on our Calendar.

Space is limited, please register by emailing: grow@hawaiiansanctuary.com.

 


index

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 27 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Sep
28
Fri
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 28 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Weekly Bee Dance Party – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Bee Dance is that weekly buzz you’ve been craving! Serving up a divine nectar of dance medicine every Friday. Get you a taste!

Ceremony – A Good Cause – Music – Dancing – Light Show – Fire Performances

Our weekly intention is to bring together the community in unity-hive consciousness by honoring and learning from the Bees. Each dance benefits the Gentle Hive Bee Foundation – who are busy researching local hive health and apiary techniques. We’re on a mission to protect the bees so they can protect us!

Shane the Bee Charmer says, “A healthy bee hive represents what society could be like if humans were loving.” In a healthy hive, all bees are able to work interdependently at their own individual purpose toward one superordinate goal: to thrive and support the thriving of others, so we can all enjoy the sweetness of life

The evening begins with a Bee ceremony co-facilitated by Shane the Bee Charmer and Amberay at 7pm. A honey elixir will be served to all in attendance. The ceremony culminates in a guided meditation of singing bowls, soulful toning, and mystical didgeridoo; with a theme that changes every week.

The elixir is infused with fruit or herbs and co-created with pure intentions. Our ceremony leads straight into our dance journey, guided by different DJs each week.

7PM Bee Ceremony (Elixer Provided)

7:30 Dance Initiation (Opening DJ)

8:30 Dance Journey (Headlining DJ)

This Friday’s headliner >> TBA

Facebook Events >

 


Dancing is just one of many dimensions to explore each Friday night at Hawaiian Sanctuary’s beautiful & ecologically sustainable retreat.

New Dj every week!

Bee Dance features the visual art and projection mapped light show  to enhance the dance experience!

Relax and get buffed in our comfy squish zone!

Let fire dancers mesmerize you under a spell of stars!

Refresh yourself at the locally sourced and made chocolate & jun bar!

Warm yourself fireside surrounded by family & new friends!

BEE DANCE is infinite!
Bee love… Bee safe… Bee dance…

$15 Entry ( $10 Kama’aina )
Keiki Friendly! 12 & under free.

Contact us for fire spinner/dancer deals.

Lodging

If your coming from afar and need a place to rest, lodging is available at Hawaiian Sanctuary. Romantic Couple Night Deals are available (Free admission to dance with a room rental. Includes use of spa!).

Are you ready to experience paradise?

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or contact us at 1-800-309-8010

 

 

Sep
29
Sat
Kundalini Yoga with Sach Dharam Singh @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 29 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

 

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Nia Dance with Valusha Boyko @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Sep 29 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit. Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Join Valusha for this weekly transformational, fun class!

316297_570960489592644_1096818654_nValusha Boyko grew up in Sochi, Russia, a beach resort at the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus mountains. She was an Art Gymnast for 10 years, starting at age 4. Valusha was a straight A student, She played Piano and graduated from Music school. Valusha grew up in a family of hikers and alpinists. Valusha followed her calling to work with plants, and studied Gardening and Landscape design.

Valusha first came to United Stated with the Work And Travel program, working at Glacier National Park. Valusha moved to US as an immigrant in 2007. She lived and worked in Montana and Wyoming, at Glacier and Grand Teton National parks.
Valusha became a Nia student in 2008, finding her path of self-discovery and healing. She took her Nia White Belt Teacher Training, Nia 52 Moves Training while studying at Nia Headquarters in Portland, OR.

Now a certified Nia teacher, Valusha offers weekly Nia classes at the Hawaiian Sanctuary.
Valusha is a Cook at the Tin Shack Bakery in Pahoa. She has a garden in Black Sands, Puna, Hawaii.

$10

Sep
30
Sun
Weekly Ecstatic Dance – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Sep 30 @ 10:30 am – 12:03 pm

Ecstatic Dance

Please join the Puna Dance Ohana as we continue to dance in our sacred, community dance ritual each Sunday!
This Every Sunday, experienced, skilled DJ’s from all over the world for your dancing pleasures!

Contribution of $10-20 to support community dancing!
Opening with a Foundation Circle at 10:30 am
Warm up set to follow.
Opening Circle- 11 am
Main Program- 11-12:30 pm
Please respect our host- Hawaiian Sanctuary by not wandering around the site, and not bringing pets!

Healing Food & Elixir Bar

PALO SANTO JUN: $5
+relieves stress, headaches, inflammation

RAW PIE: $5
+ Fig & Date (crust)
+ Banana & Coconut (body)
+ Cacao & fruit (toppings)

RAW CACAO: $3 or 2 for $5
Cacao is an Amazonian Superfood: contains 40 X the antioxidants of blueberries, it’s a natural mood enhancer & anti-depressant.

Guidelines
Please refrain from talking on the dance floor.
Please supervise your children under 16 at all times.
Please do not bring your pets.
Enjoy our dance floor barefooted.

Oct
1
Mon
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 1 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Keiki Hula w/Aunty U’ilani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 1 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Hula w/Kumu Ehulani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
2
Tue
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 2 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 2 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
3
Wed
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 3 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Oct
4
Thu
Morning Yoga Flow W/ Kristen @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 4 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

kristenEvery weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Kristen Coyle (E-RYT 500) is a certified Dharma Yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Reiki I, II, and III practitioner. Kristen is deeply inspired by Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra and travels to study with him whenever possible. Kristen’s classes are transformational, creative, and fun. She weaves original Vinyasa sequencing, eclectic music, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra and meditation into her offerings. 

Plant Aloha : Protein Crops (Legumes, Nuts, Seeds & Greens)(class 19 of 25) @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Plant Aloha Hawaiian Sanctuary

Protein Crops (Legumes, Nuts, Seeds & Greens)

(Class 19 of 25)

Come find out about high protein crops including leaf crops: moringa, chaya and katuk. Perennial lima bean, long bean, cowpea, pigeon pea, pumpkin seeds and more!

Facebook Event >

Plant Aloha Series

Hawaiian Sanctuary is proud to present: Plant Aloha, a FREE educational series of sustainable farming classes. Every Thursday morning, from 9:00am until 12:30pm, with special Saturday monthly offerings, led by local and visiting experts.

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part, by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development. We are looking for support to complete and enhance this amazing FREE program. Please give what you can.

wade1Each class starts promptly with a lecture and Q&A before a hands-on farm experience. Come prepared with notepad and writing utensil, closed toed shoes, sun hat, and gloves.

View the full Plant Aloha Series schedule on our Calendar.

Space is limited, please register by emailing: grow@hawaiiansanctuary.com.

 


index

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 4 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
5
Fri
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 5 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Weekly Bee Dance Party – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Bee Dance is that weekly buzz you’ve been craving! Serving up a divine nectar of dance medicine every Friday. Get you a taste!

Ceremony – A Good Cause – Music – Dancing – Light Show – Fire Performances

Our weekly intention is to bring together the community in unity-hive consciousness by honoring and learning from the Bees. Each dance benefits the Gentle Hive Bee Foundation – who are busy researching local hive health and apiary techniques. We’re on a mission to protect the bees so they can protect us!

Shane the Bee Charmer says, “A healthy bee hive represents what society could be like if humans were loving.” In a healthy hive, all bees are able to work interdependently at their own individual purpose toward one superordinate goal: to thrive and support the thriving of others, so we can all enjoy the sweetness of life

The evening begins with a Bee ceremony co-facilitated by Shane the Bee Charmer and Amberay at 7pm. A honey elixir will be served to all in attendance. The ceremony culminates in a guided meditation of singing bowls, soulful toning, and mystical didgeridoo; with a theme that changes every week.

The elixir is infused with fruit or herbs and co-created with pure intentions. Our ceremony leads straight into our dance journey, guided by different DJs each week.

7PM Bee Ceremony (Elixer Provided)

7:30 Dance Initiation (Opening DJ)

8:30 Dance Journey (Headlining DJ)

This Friday’s headliner >> TBA

Facebook Events >

 


Dancing is just one of many dimensions to explore each Friday night at Hawaiian Sanctuary’s beautiful & ecologically sustainable retreat.

New Dj every week!

Bee Dance features the visual art and projection mapped light show  to enhance the dance experience!

Relax and get buffed in our comfy squish zone!

Let fire dancers mesmerize you under a spell of stars!

Refresh yourself at the locally sourced and made chocolate & jun bar!

Warm yourself fireside surrounded by family & new friends!

BEE DANCE is infinite!
Bee love… Bee safe… Bee dance…

$15 Entry ( $10 Kama’aina )
Keiki Friendly! 12 & under free.

Contact us for fire spinner/dancer deals.

Lodging

If your coming from afar and need a place to rest, lodging is available at Hawaiian Sanctuary. Romantic Couple Night Deals are available (Free admission to dance with a room rental. Includes use of spa!).

Are you ready to experience paradise?

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or contact us at 1-800-309-8010

 

 

Oct
6
Sat
Kundalini Yoga with Sach Dharam Singh @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 6 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

 

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Nia Dance with Valusha Boyko @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 6 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit. Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Join Valusha for this weekly transformational, fun class!

316297_570960489592644_1096818654_nValusha Boyko grew up in Sochi, Russia, a beach resort at the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus mountains. She was an Art Gymnast for 10 years, starting at age 4. Valusha was a straight A student, She played Piano and graduated from Music school. Valusha grew up in a family of hikers and alpinists. Valusha followed her calling to work with plants, and studied Gardening and Landscape design.

Valusha first came to United Stated with the Work And Travel program, working at Glacier National Park. Valusha moved to US as an immigrant in 2007. She lived and worked in Montana and Wyoming, at Glacier and Grand Teton National parks.
Valusha became a Nia student in 2008, finding her path of self-discovery and healing. She took her Nia White Belt Teacher Training, Nia 52 Moves Training while studying at Nia Headquarters in Portland, OR.

Now a certified Nia teacher, Valusha offers weekly Nia classes at the Hawaiian Sanctuary.
Valusha is a Cook at the Tin Shack Bakery in Pahoa. She has a garden in Black Sands, Puna, Hawaii.

$10

Oct
7
Sun
Weekly Ecstatic Dance – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 7 @ 10:30 am – 12:03 pm

Ecstatic Dance

Please join the Puna Dance Ohana as we continue to dance in our sacred, community dance ritual each Sunday!
This Every Sunday, experienced, skilled DJ’s from all over the world for your dancing pleasures!

Contribution of $10-20 to support community dancing!
Opening with a Foundation Circle at 10:30 am
Warm up set to follow.
Opening Circle- 11 am
Main Program- 11-12:30 pm
Please respect our host- Hawaiian Sanctuary by not wandering around the site, and not bringing pets!

Healing Food & Elixir Bar

PALO SANTO JUN: $5
+relieves stress, headaches, inflammation

RAW PIE: $5
+ Fig & Date (crust)
+ Banana & Coconut (body)
+ Cacao & fruit (toppings)

RAW CACAO: $3 or 2 for $5
Cacao is an Amazonian Superfood: contains 40 X the antioxidants of blueberries, it’s a natural mood enhancer & anti-depressant.

Guidelines
Please refrain from talking on the dance floor.
Please supervise your children under 16 at all times.
Please do not bring your pets.
Enjoy our dance floor barefooted.

Oct
8
Mon
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 8 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Keiki Hula w/Aunty U’ilani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 8 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Hula w/Kumu Ehulani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
9
Tue
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 9 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 9 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
10
Wed
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 10 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Oct
11
Thu
Morning Yoga Flow W/ Kristen @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 11 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

kristenEvery weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Kristen Coyle (E-RYT 500) is a certified Dharma Yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Reiki I, II, and III practitioner. Kristen is deeply inspired by Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra and travels to study with him whenever possible. Kristen’s classes are transformational, creative, and fun. She weaves original Vinyasa sequencing, eclectic music, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra and meditation into her offerings. 

Plant Aloha : Avocado, Mac Nut & Pili Nut (Oil Crops part 1)(class 20 of 25) @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 11 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Plant Aloha Hawaiian Sanctuary

Protein Crops (Legumes, Nuts, Seeds & Greens)

(Class 20 of 25)

Avocados are an easy way to get most of the fat we need in our diets in a delicious buttery fruit! Mac nut of course and the rare and delectable pili nut too!

Facebook Event >

Plant Aloha Series

Hawaiian Sanctuary is proud to present: Plant Aloha, a FREE educational series of sustainable farming classes. Every Thursday morning, from 9:00am until 12:30pm, with special Saturday monthly offerings, led by local and visiting experts.

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part, by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development. We are looking for support to complete and enhance this amazing FREE program. Please give what you can.

wade1Each class starts promptly with a lecture and Q&A before a hands-on farm experience. Come prepared with notepad and writing utensil, closed toed shoes, sun hat, and gloves.

View the full Plant Aloha Series schedule on our Calendar.

Space is limited, please register by emailing: grow@hawaiiansanctuary.com.

 


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The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 11 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
12
Fri
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 12 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Weekly Bee Dance Party – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Bee Dance is that weekly buzz you’ve been craving! Serving up a divine nectar of dance medicine every Friday. Get you a taste!

Ceremony – A Good Cause – Music – Dancing – Light Show – Fire Performances

Our weekly intention is to bring together the community in unity-hive consciousness by honoring and learning from the Bees. Each dance benefits the Gentle Hive Bee Foundation – who are busy researching local hive health and apiary techniques. We’re on a mission to protect the bees so they can protect us!

Shane the Bee Charmer says, “A healthy bee hive represents what society could be like if humans were loving.” In a healthy hive, all bees are able to work interdependently at their own individual purpose toward one superordinate goal: to thrive and support the thriving of others, so we can all enjoy the sweetness of life

The evening begins with a Bee ceremony co-facilitated by Shane the Bee Charmer and Amberay at 7pm. A honey elixir will be served to all in attendance. The ceremony culminates in a guided meditation of singing bowls, soulful toning, and mystical didgeridoo; with a theme that changes every week.

The elixir is infused with fruit or herbs and co-created with pure intentions. Our ceremony leads straight into our dance journey, guided by different DJs each week.

7PM Bee Ceremony (Elixer Provided)

7:30 Dance Initiation (Opening DJ)

8:30 Dance Journey (Headlining DJ)

This Friday’s headliner >> TBA

Facebook Events >

 


Dancing is just one of many dimensions to explore each Friday night at Hawaiian Sanctuary’s beautiful & ecologically sustainable retreat.

New Dj every week!

Bee Dance features the visual art and projection mapped light show  to enhance the dance experience!

Relax and get buffed in our comfy squish zone!

Let fire dancers mesmerize you under a spell of stars!

Refresh yourself at the locally sourced and made chocolate & jun bar!

Warm yourself fireside surrounded by family & new friends!

BEE DANCE is infinite!
Bee love… Bee safe… Bee dance…

$15 Entry ( $10 Kama’aina )
Keiki Friendly! 12 & under free.

Contact us for fire spinner/dancer deals.

Lodging

If your coming from afar and need a place to rest, lodging is available at Hawaiian Sanctuary. Romantic Couple Night Deals are available (Free admission to dance with a room rental. Includes use of spa!).

Are you ready to experience paradise?

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or contact us at 1-800-309-8010

 

 

Oct
13
Sat
Kundalini Yoga with Sach Dharam Singh @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 13 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

 

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Nia Dance with Valusha Boyko @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 13 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit. Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Join Valusha for this weekly transformational, fun class!

316297_570960489592644_1096818654_nValusha Boyko grew up in Sochi, Russia, a beach resort at the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus mountains. She was an Art Gymnast for 10 years, starting at age 4. Valusha was a straight A student, She played Piano and graduated from Music school. Valusha grew up in a family of hikers and alpinists. Valusha followed her calling to work with plants, and studied Gardening and Landscape design.

Valusha first came to United Stated with the Work And Travel program, working at Glacier National Park. Valusha moved to US as an immigrant in 2007. She lived and worked in Montana and Wyoming, at Glacier and Grand Teton National parks.
Valusha became a Nia student in 2008, finding her path of self-discovery and healing. She took her Nia White Belt Teacher Training, Nia 52 Moves Training while studying at Nia Headquarters in Portland, OR.

Now a certified Nia teacher, Valusha offers weekly Nia classes at the Hawaiian Sanctuary.
Valusha is a Cook at the Tin Shack Bakery in Pahoa. She has a garden in Black Sands, Puna, Hawaii.

$10

Oct
14
Sun
Weekly Ecstatic Dance – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 14 @ 10:30 am – 12:03 pm

Ecstatic Dance

Please join the Puna Dance Ohana as we continue to dance in our sacred, community dance ritual each Sunday!
This Every Sunday, experienced, skilled DJ’s from all over the world for your dancing pleasures!

Contribution of $10-20 to support community dancing!
Opening with a Foundation Circle at 10:30 am
Warm up set to follow.
Opening Circle- 11 am
Main Program- 11-12:30 pm
Please respect our host- Hawaiian Sanctuary by not wandering around the site, and not bringing pets!

Healing Food & Elixir Bar

PALO SANTO JUN: $5
+relieves stress, headaches, inflammation

RAW PIE: $5
+ Fig & Date (crust)
+ Banana & Coconut (body)
+ Cacao & fruit (toppings)

RAW CACAO: $3 or 2 for $5
Cacao is an Amazonian Superfood: contains 40 X the antioxidants of blueberries, it’s a natural mood enhancer & anti-depressant.

Guidelines
Please refrain from talking on the dance floor.
Please supervise your children under 16 at all times.
Please do not bring your pets.
Enjoy our dance floor barefooted.

Oct
15
Mon
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 15 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Keiki Hula w/Aunty U’ilani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 15 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Hula w/Kumu Ehulani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
16
Tue
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 16 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 16 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
17
Wed
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 17 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Oct
18
Thu
Morning Yoga Flow W/ Kristen @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 18 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

kristenEvery weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Kristen Coyle (E-RYT 500) is a certified Dharma Yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Reiki I, II, and III practitioner. Kristen is deeply inspired by Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra and travels to study with him whenever possible. Kristen’s classes are transformational, creative, and fun. She weaves original Vinyasa sequencing, eclectic music, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra and meditation into her offerings. 

Plant Aloha : Avocado, Mac Nut & Pili Nut (Oil Crops part 1)(class 21 of 25) @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 18 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Plant Aloha Hawaiian Sanctuary

Coconut (Oil Crops part 2)

(Class 21 of 25)

Come learn all about this amazing multipurpose “tree of life” including how to make coconut milk, and how to use the nut in various stages of ripeness.

Facebook Event >

Plant Aloha Series

Hawaiian Sanctuary is proud to present: Plant Aloha, a FREE educational series of sustainable farming classes. Every Thursday morning, from 9:00am until 12:30pm, with special Saturday monthly offerings, led by local and visiting experts.

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part, by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development. We are looking for support to complete and enhance this amazing FREE program. Please give what you can.

wade1Each class starts promptly with a lecture and Q&A before a hands-on farm experience. Come prepared with notepad and writing utensil, closed toed shoes, sun hat, and gloves.

View the full Plant Aloha Series schedule on our Calendar.

Space is limited, please register by emailing: grow@hawaiiansanctuary.com.

 


index

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 18 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
19
Fri
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 19 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Weekly Bee Dance Party – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Bee Dance is that weekly buzz you’ve been craving! Serving up a divine nectar of dance medicine every Friday. Get you a taste!

Ceremony – A Good Cause – Music – Dancing – Light Show – Fire Performances

Our weekly intention is to bring together the community in unity-hive consciousness by honoring and learning from the Bees. Each dance benefits the Gentle Hive Bee Foundation – who are busy researching local hive health and apiary techniques. We’re on a mission to protect the bees so they can protect us!

Shane the Bee Charmer says, “A healthy bee hive represents what society could be like if humans were loving.” In a healthy hive, all bees are able to work interdependently at their own individual purpose toward one superordinate goal: to thrive and support the thriving of others, so we can all enjoy the sweetness of life

The evening begins with a Bee ceremony co-facilitated by Shane the Bee Charmer and Amberay at 7pm. A honey elixir will be served to all in attendance. The ceremony culminates in a guided meditation of singing bowls, soulful toning, and mystical didgeridoo; with a theme that changes every week.

The elixir is infused with fruit or herbs and co-created with pure intentions. Our ceremony leads straight into our dance journey, guided by different DJs each week.

7PM Bee Ceremony (Elixer Provided)

7:30 Dance Initiation (Opening DJ)

8:30 Dance Journey (Headlining DJ)

This Friday’s headliner >> TBA

Facebook Events >

 


Dancing is just one of many dimensions to explore each Friday night at Hawaiian Sanctuary’s beautiful & ecologically sustainable retreat.

New Dj every week!

Bee Dance features the visual art and projection mapped light show  to enhance the dance experience!

Relax and get buffed in our comfy squish zone!

Let fire dancers mesmerize you under a spell of stars!

Refresh yourself at the locally sourced and made chocolate & jun bar!

Warm yourself fireside surrounded by family & new friends!

BEE DANCE is infinite!
Bee love… Bee safe… Bee dance…

$15 Entry ( $10 Kama’aina )
Keiki Friendly! 12 & under free.

Contact us for fire spinner/dancer deals.

Lodging

If your coming from afar and need a place to rest, lodging is available at Hawaiian Sanctuary. Romantic Couple Night Deals are available (Free admission to dance with a room rental. Includes use of spa!).

Are you ready to experience paradise?

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Oct
20
Sat
Kundalini Yoga with Sach Dharam Singh @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 20 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

 

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Nia Dance with Valusha Boyko @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit. Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Join Valusha for this weekly transformational, fun class!

316297_570960489592644_1096818654_nValusha Boyko grew up in Sochi, Russia, a beach resort at the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus mountains. She was an Art Gymnast for 10 years, starting at age 4. Valusha was a straight A student, She played Piano and graduated from Music school. Valusha grew up in a family of hikers and alpinists. Valusha followed her calling to work with plants, and studied Gardening and Landscape design.

Valusha first came to United Stated with the Work And Travel program, working at Glacier National Park. Valusha moved to US as an immigrant in 2007. She lived and worked in Montana and Wyoming, at Glacier and Grand Teton National parks.
Valusha became a Nia student in 2008, finding her path of self-discovery and healing. She took her Nia White Belt Teacher Training, Nia 52 Moves Training while studying at Nia Headquarters in Portland, OR.

Now a certified Nia teacher, Valusha offers weekly Nia classes at the Hawaiian Sanctuary.
Valusha is a Cook at the Tin Shack Bakery in Pahoa. She has a garden in Black Sands, Puna, Hawaii.

$10

Oct
21
Sun
Weekly Ecstatic Dance – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 21 @ 10:30 am – 12:03 pm

Ecstatic Dance

Please join the Puna Dance Ohana as we continue to dance in our sacred, community dance ritual each Sunday!
This Every Sunday, experienced, skilled DJ’s from all over the world for your dancing pleasures!

Contribution of $10-20 to support community dancing!
Opening with a Foundation Circle at 10:30 am
Warm up set to follow.
Opening Circle- 11 am
Main Program- 11-12:30 pm
Please respect our host- Hawaiian Sanctuary by not wandering around the site, and not bringing pets!

Healing Food & Elixir Bar

PALO SANTO JUN: $5
+relieves stress, headaches, inflammation

RAW PIE: $5
+ Fig & Date (crust)
+ Banana & Coconut (body)
+ Cacao & fruit (toppings)

RAW CACAO: $3 or 2 for $5
Cacao is an Amazonian Superfood: contains 40 X the antioxidants of blueberries, it’s a natural mood enhancer & anti-depressant.

Guidelines
Please refrain from talking on the dance floor.
Please supervise your children under 16 at all times.
Please do not bring your pets.
Enjoy our dance floor barefooted.

Oct
22
Mon
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 22 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Keiki Hula w/Aunty U’ilani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 22 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Hula w/Kumu Ehulani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
23
Tue
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 23 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 23 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
24
Wed
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 24 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Oct
25
Thu
Morning Yoga Flow W/ Kristen @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 25 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

kristenEvery weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Kristen Coyle (E-RYT 500) is a certified Dharma Yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Reiki I, II, and III practitioner. Kristen is deeply inspired by Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra and travels to study with him whenever possible. Kristen’s classes are transformational, creative, and fun. She weaves original Vinyasa sequencing, eclectic music, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra and meditation into her offerings. 

Plant Aloha : Key Sweet Tropical Fruits(class 22 of 25) @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 25 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Plant Aloha Hawaiian Sanctuary

Key Sweet Tropical Fruits

(Class 22 of 25)

This class will focus on some of the easiest to grow sweet fruit with long bearing seasons. Papaya, bananas, lilikoi, citrus, pineapple, guava and many more!

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Plant Aloha Series

Hawaiian Sanctuary is proud to present: Plant Aloha, a FREE educational series of sustainable farming classes. Every Thursday morning, from 9:00am until 12:30pm, with special Saturday monthly offerings, led by local and visiting experts.

The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part, by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development. We are looking for support to complete and enhance this amazing FREE program. Please give what you can.

wade1Each class starts promptly with a lecture and Q&A before a hands-on farm experience. Come prepared with notepad and writing utensil, closed toed shoes, sun hat, and gloves.

View the full Plant Aloha Series schedule on our Calendar.

Space is limited, please register by emailing: grow@hawaiiansanctuary.com.

 


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The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 25 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
26
Fri
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 26 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Weekly Bee Dance Party – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 26 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Bee Dance is that weekly buzz you’ve been craving! Serving up a divine nectar of dance medicine every Friday. Get you a taste!

Ceremony – A Good Cause – Music – Dancing – Light Show – Fire Performances

Our weekly intention is to bring together the community in unity-hive consciousness by honoring and learning from the Bees. Each dance benefits the Gentle Hive Bee Foundation – who are busy researching local hive health and apiary techniques. We’re on a mission to protect the bees so they can protect us!

Shane the Bee Charmer says, “A healthy bee hive represents what society could be like if humans were loving.” In a healthy hive, all bees are able to work interdependently at their own individual purpose toward one superordinate goal: to thrive and support the thriving of others, so we can all enjoy the sweetness of life

The evening begins with a Bee ceremony co-facilitated by Shane the Bee Charmer and Amberay at 7pm. A honey elixir will be served to all in attendance. The ceremony culminates in a guided meditation of singing bowls, soulful toning, and mystical didgeridoo; with a theme that changes every week.

The elixir is infused with fruit or herbs and co-created with pure intentions. Our ceremony leads straight into our dance journey, guided by different DJs each week.

7PM Bee Ceremony (Elixer Provided)

7:30 Dance Initiation (Opening DJ)

8:30 Dance Journey (Headlining DJ)

This Friday’s headliner >> TBA

Facebook Events >

 


Dancing is just one of many dimensions to explore each Friday night at Hawaiian Sanctuary’s beautiful & ecologically sustainable retreat.

New Dj every week!

Bee Dance features the visual art and projection mapped light show  to enhance the dance experience!

Relax and get buffed in our comfy squish zone!

Let fire dancers mesmerize you under a spell of stars!

Refresh yourself at the locally sourced and made chocolate & jun bar!

Warm yourself fireside surrounded by family & new friends!

BEE DANCE is infinite!
Bee love… Bee safe… Bee dance…

$15 Entry ( $10 Kama’aina )
Keiki Friendly! 12 & under free.

Contact us for fire spinner/dancer deals.

Lodging

If your coming from afar and need a place to rest, lodging is available at Hawaiian Sanctuary. Romantic Couple Night Deals are available (Free admission to dance with a room rental. Includes use of spa!).

Are you ready to experience paradise?

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or contact us at 1-800-309-8010

 

 

Oct
27
Sat
Kundalini Yoga with Sach Dharam Singh @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 27 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

 

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Nia Dance with Valusha Boyko @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 27 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit. Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Join Valusha for this weekly transformational, fun class!

316297_570960489592644_1096818654_nValusha Boyko grew up in Sochi, Russia, a beach resort at the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus mountains. She was an Art Gymnast for 10 years, starting at age 4. Valusha was a straight A student, She played Piano and graduated from Music school. Valusha grew up in a family of hikers and alpinists. Valusha followed her calling to work with plants, and studied Gardening and Landscape design.

Valusha first came to United Stated with the Work And Travel program, working at Glacier National Park. Valusha moved to US as an immigrant in 2007. She lived and worked in Montana and Wyoming, at Glacier and Grand Teton National parks.
Valusha became a Nia student in 2008, finding her path of self-discovery and healing. She took her Nia White Belt Teacher Training, Nia 52 Moves Training while studying at Nia Headquarters in Portland, OR.

Now a certified Nia teacher, Valusha offers weekly Nia classes at the Hawaiian Sanctuary.
Valusha is a Cook at the Tin Shack Bakery in Pahoa. She has a garden in Black Sands, Puna, Hawaii.

$10

Oct
28
Sun
Weekly Ecstatic Dance – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Oct 28 @ 10:30 am – 12:03 pm

Ecstatic Dance

Please join the Puna Dance Ohana as we continue to dance in our sacred, community dance ritual each Sunday!
This Every Sunday, experienced, skilled DJ’s from all over the world for your dancing pleasures!

Contribution of $10-20 to support community dancing!
Opening with a Foundation Circle at 10:30 am
Warm up set to follow.
Opening Circle- 11 am
Main Program- 11-12:30 pm
Please respect our host- Hawaiian Sanctuary by not wandering around the site, and not bringing pets!

Healing Food & Elixir Bar

PALO SANTO JUN: $5
+relieves stress, headaches, inflammation

RAW PIE: $5
+ Fig & Date (crust)
+ Banana & Coconut (body)
+ Cacao & fruit (toppings)

RAW CACAO: $3 or 2 for $5
Cacao is an Amazonian Superfood: contains 40 X the antioxidants of blueberries, it’s a natural mood enhancer & anti-depressant.

Guidelines
Please refrain from talking on the dance floor.
Please supervise your children under 16 at all times.
Please do not bring your pets.
Enjoy our dance floor barefooted.

Oct
29
Mon
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 29 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Keiki Hula w/Aunty U’ilani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 29 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Hula w/Kumu Ehulani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
30
Tue
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 30 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 30 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Oct
31
Wed
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Oct 31 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Nov
1
Thu
Morning Yoga Flow W/ Kristen @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 1 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

kristenEvery weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Kristen Coyle (E-RYT 500) is a certified Dharma Yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Reiki I, II, and III practitioner. Kristen is deeply inspired by Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra and travels to study with him whenever possible. Kristen’s classes are transformational, creative, and fun. She weaves original Vinyasa sequencing, eclectic music, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra and meditation into her offerings. 

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 1 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Nov
2
Fri
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 2 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Weekly Bee Dance Party – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Nov 2 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Bee Dance is that weekly buzz you’ve been craving! Serving up a divine nectar of dance medicine every Friday. Get you a taste!

Ceremony – A Good Cause – Music – Dancing – Light Show – Fire Performances

Our weekly intention is to bring together the community in unity-hive consciousness by honoring and learning from the Bees. Each dance benefits the Gentle Hive Bee Foundation – who are busy researching local hive health and apiary techniques. We’re on a mission to protect the bees so they can protect us!

Shane the Bee Charmer says, “A healthy bee hive represents what society could be like if humans were loving.” In a healthy hive, all bees are able to work interdependently at their own individual purpose toward one superordinate goal: to thrive and support the thriving of others, so we can all enjoy the sweetness of life

The evening begins with a Bee ceremony co-facilitated by Shane the Bee Charmer and Amberay at 7pm. A honey elixir will be served to all in attendance. The ceremony culminates in a guided meditation of singing bowls, soulful toning, and mystical didgeridoo; with a theme that changes every week.

The elixir is infused with fruit or herbs and co-created with pure intentions. Our ceremony leads straight into our dance journey, guided by different DJs each week.

7PM Bee Ceremony (Elixer Provided)

7:30 Dance Initiation (Opening DJ)

8:30 Dance Journey (Headlining DJ)

This Friday’s headliner >> TBA

Facebook Events >

 


Dancing is just one of many dimensions to explore each Friday night at Hawaiian Sanctuary’s beautiful & ecologically sustainable retreat.

New Dj every week!

Bee Dance features the visual art and projection mapped light show  to enhance the dance experience!

Relax and get buffed in our comfy squish zone!

Let fire dancers mesmerize you under a spell of stars!

Refresh yourself at the locally sourced and made chocolate & jun bar!

Warm yourself fireside surrounded by family & new friends!

BEE DANCE is infinite!
Bee love… Bee safe… Bee dance…

$15 Entry ( $10 Kama’aina )
Keiki Friendly! 12 & under free.

Contact us for fire spinner/dancer deals.

Lodging

If your coming from afar and need a place to rest, lodging is available at Hawaiian Sanctuary. Romantic Couple Night Deals are available (Free admission to dance with a room rental. Includes use of spa!).

Are you ready to experience paradise?

[dt_sc_button link="https://app.thebookingbutton.com/properties/hawaiiansanctuarydirect?check_in_date=02-08-2018&check_out_date=03-08-2018&number_adults=2" size="large" bgcolor="#7aa127" variation="green" target="_blank"]Book Your Stay[/dt_sc_button]

or contact us at 1-800-309-8010

 

 

Nov
3
Sat
Kundalini Yoga with Sach Dharam Singh @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 3 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

 

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Nia Dance with Valusha Boyko @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 3 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit. Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Join Valusha for this weekly transformational, fun class!

316297_570960489592644_1096818654_nValusha Boyko grew up in Sochi, Russia, a beach resort at the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus mountains. She was an Art Gymnast for 10 years, starting at age 4. Valusha was a straight A student, She played Piano and graduated from Music school. Valusha grew up in a family of hikers and alpinists. Valusha followed her calling to work with plants, and studied Gardening and Landscape design.

Valusha first came to United Stated with the Work And Travel program, working at Glacier National Park. Valusha moved to US as an immigrant in 2007. She lived and worked in Montana and Wyoming, at Glacier and Grand Teton National parks.
Valusha became a Nia student in 2008, finding her path of self-discovery and healing. She took her Nia White Belt Teacher Training, Nia 52 Moves Training while studying at Nia Headquarters in Portland, OR.

Now a certified Nia teacher, Valusha offers weekly Nia classes at the Hawaiian Sanctuary.
Valusha is a Cook at the Tin Shack Bakery in Pahoa. She has a garden in Black Sands, Puna, Hawaii.

$10

Nov
4
Sun
Weekly Ecstatic Dance – DJ TBA @ Hawaiian Sanctuary
Nov 4 @ 10:30 am – 12:03 pm

Ecstatic Dance

Please join the Puna Dance Ohana as we continue to dance in our sacred, community dance ritual each Sunday!
This Every Sunday, experienced, skilled DJ’s from all over the world for your dancing pleasures!

Contribution of $10-20 to support community dancing!
Opening with a Foundation Circle at 10:30 am
Warm up set to follow.
Opening Circle- 11 am
Main Program- 11-12:30 pm
Please respect our host- Hawaiian Sanctuary by not wandering around the site, and not bringing pets!

Healing Food & Elixir Bar

PALO SANTO JUN: $5
+relieves stress, headaches, inflammation

RAW PIE: $5
+ Fig & Date (crust)
+ Banana & Coconut (body)
+ Cacao & fruit (toppings)

RAW CACAO: $3 or 2 for $5
Cacao is an Amazonian Superfood: contains 40 X the antioxidants of blueberries, it’s a natural mood enhancer & anti-depressant.

Guidelines
Please refrain from talking on the dance floor.
Please supervise your children under 16 at all times.
Please do not bring your pets.
Enjoy our dance floor barefooted.

Nov
5
Mon
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 5 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Keiki Hula w/Aunty U’ilani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 5 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Hula w/Kumu Ehulani @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nov
6
Tue
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 6 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 6 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Nov
7
Wed
Morning Yoga w/ Sarah @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 7 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every day weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right!

After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

sarahSarah Goldman was born on this beautiful Big Island with a love of movement. Gymnastics and dance were two of her favorite things until she discovered yoga. Yoga has been a huge blessing in her life. She studied Ashtanga yoga with Colee Garr and Noah Williams, Acroyoga with Jenny and Jason and received her 200 hour certification under Heather Heintz. 

Sarah is enormously grateful for the opportunity to share her love of practice with others. As a teacher she aims to give students an enjoyable experience so that they may be inspired and encouraged to begin their own love affair with yoga.

Nov
8
Thu
Morning Yoga Flow W/ Kristen @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 8 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

kristenEvery weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

Kristen Coyle (E-RYT 500) is a certified Dharma Yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist, and Reiki I, II, and III practitioner. Kristen is deeply inspired by Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra and travels to study with him whenever possible. Kristen’s classes are transformational, creative, and fun. She weaves original Vinyasa sequencing, eclectic music, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra and meditation into her offerings. 

Traditional Karate & Self Defence @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 8 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Keonis Martial Arts bio

Sensei Keoni has been practicing traditional Okinawan Karate for 36 years achieving a second-degree black belt for his devotion and integration of Martial Arts (MA) in all aspects of life. He has competed in over 100 diverse MA tournaments and worked as a stunt man on multiple Hollywood film productions. In addition to physical discipline, his contemporary tutoring integrates the art of self-defense with quantum and metaphysics, teaching how to protect the psyche from negative energy and psychological turmoil. Sensei Keoni shares the ancient wisdom teachings of Karate from 4:30-6pm every Tuesday and Thursday at Hawaiian Sanctuary, welcoming all men and women to harmonize mind, body and spirit with the practice and philosophy of MA.

Nov
9
Fri
Morning Yoga w/ Connie @ Hawaiian sanctuary
Nov 9 @ 8:15 am – 9:45 am

Every weekday and Saturday morning, teachers from KupuKupu Center will guide students on deep, relaxing and energizing yoga flows to get their day started off right! After yoga, swing by the Laka Lounge for sunrise smoothies, teas and healthful breakfast treats!

connie yoga

Connie Cappos has been studying and practicing yoga for 20 years, and in 2009 was called upon to share her practice with others as a teacher.

In her classes she combines a practice of Hatha yoga, Pranayamas (Breathwork), Kriyas (cleansing), Qi Gong (energy healing), and Yoga Therapy.

After years on staff at Yoga Oasis retreat center, she started the community yoga program in Pahoa at the Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing which made yoga available to everyone regardless of skill level or ability to pay. Kupukupu lost its space due to the lava flow that effected Pahoa and partnered with Hawaiian Sanctuary where the program continues.

Her multi-level classes encourage personal exploration and acceptance in a fun and safe environment.

For more details about Kupukupu yoga, you may contact Connie at 808-987-0840 or email condrew@hotmail.com.