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7 Days "Turning in to Source" Meditation & Yoga Retreat Hawaii, USA

7 Days "Turning in to Source" Meditation & Yoga Retreat Hawaii, USA

  • Kalani, 12-6860 Kalapana - Kapoho Road, Pahoa, Hawaii County, Hawaii, USA

Regenerating Yoga Retreats USA

Join Maxwell Starkhouse and Toby Gant for a time of letting go, healing, and expanding your deep connection to Source. Root yourself into the fiery, yet nurturing energy of the beautiful island with early meditations. Allow the energy to rise up and course through you with morning flow yoga. Feel your fears and frustrations melt away with late day Intuitive yoga. Expand into "Divine Light" through guided journaling exercises and dancing to the elements. You will tune in as an individual and unite collective energy to manifest the presence and healing power of the "Divine". You will return home feeling new, refreshed, and completely tuned into your source.

Highlights

  • Intuitive yoga classes
  • Individual guided and silent meditation
  • Liberating and expansive meditative movement
  • Collective group meditations and manifestation circle
  • Intuitive aquatic movement sessions
  • Delicious and energizing meals
  • 6 nights of accommodation
  • 6 days with instruction
  • English
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You will stay in Kalani. Kalani offers breezy, outside-in accommodations to suit your preference and budget. The rustic guest spaces offer comfort and tranquility in a tropical setting. If you are seeking simplicity, your needs are met here. Kalani's environment is ideal to unplug from technology and allow nature to recharge your spirit. With a temperate climate year-round and east-west trade winds, Kalani accommodations do not need to be equipped with heating or air-conditioning. Screened-in windows maximize airflow and views, offering you a breath of the planet's freshest air. There are no phones or televisions in the minimalist rooms which are allowing you to declutter your mind and start anew. Kalani's amenities include the clothing-optional 25-meter pool, hot tubs, and sauna.

  • Maxwell Starkhouse

    Maxwell is a yoga teacher, massage therapist, DJ, dancer, and artist. He was first introduced to yoga and eastern practices by his mother when he was 10 years old and has been interested in alternative medicine and the healing arts ever since.

  • Toby Gant, M.Ed.

    Toby is a Registered Yoga Teacher and Certified Holistic Life Coach. Toby discovered the innate ability to listen to Source in 1999. This ignited a passion in him to teach others to tune in for themselves and expand into their full potential. Toby continued down this path by completing his M.Ed. in Counseling and Human Development in 2003 at Hardin-Simmons University and later studying Tantric Vinyasa yoga under Tracee Stanley in Topanga, California.

This retreat will take place in Hawaii, USA.

Breakfast (served from 07:30 - 08:30)

Start your morning with organic grains, Kalani-made granola, and local tropical fruits. Hot food options change daily and may include organic eggs, brown rice, local greens, beans, or miso. Kalani offers organic cereals, dairy, and non-dairy milk, as well as Kalani-made bread with an assortment of toppings. Sip an herbal or caffeinated tea, local Ka'u coffee, or a made-from-scratch infusion.

Lunch (served from 12:00 - 13:00)

Visit Kalani for lunch and you will be welcomed with an array of options, which may include soup, a main entree with vegan and vegetarian variety, as well as the full salad bar with Kalani-made dressings. Feel free to delight in housemade beverages or an extra snack from the toaster station.

Dinner (served from 18:00 - 19:30)

When dinner arrives, The Lanai really comes to life. Just like the lunch options, you often have your choice of soup, entree, and sides with variety for the vegan and vegetarian eaters. Build a salad at Kalani's bountiful salad bar and enjoy a beverage. Don't forget the dessert, created by Kalani's very own pastry chefs.

  • Enjoy the nature
  • Hands-on Hawaiian culture classes
  • Massage
  • Permaculture tours
  • Relax by the pool
  • Swimming
  • 6 nights’ accommodation
  • Collective group meditations and manifestation circle
  • Delicious, energizing meals
  • Evening stargazing and meditation (weather permitting)
  • Free time for enjoying the pool, nature, and relaxing
  • Individual guided and silent meditation
  • Intuitive aquatic movement sessions
  • Intuitive yoga
  • Liberating and expansive meditative movement
  • Optional massage, energy healing, spiritual counseling, and Watsu sessions

Driving directions from the Hilo International Airport (ITO)

  • Leaving the Hilo International Airport (ITO), turn left at traffic light onto Kanoelehua Ave / Highway 11 South.
  • Continue on Highway 11 until you are out of town (about 5.9 miles), then turn left onto Kea’au Pahoa Bypass Road / Highway 130 South and continue for 11 miles to Pahoa.
  • When you reach the Pahoa roundabout, follow the directional signage toward Kalapana, remaining on Highway 130. Continue for approximately 9 miles (you will go down a long, gradual hill, and drop about 1,000 feet in elevation).
  • Keep an eye on mile markers; after mile marker 20 you will see a directional sign that points to end of road or Kalapana. Turn left toward Kalapana, then curve immediately to the right.
  • Drive 1 / 4 mile to a stop sign at a T-junction, and turn left onto Kalapana-Kapoho Road / Coastal Highway 137 (toward Kapoho).
  • After about 5 miles, between the 17 and 18 mile markers, and a half-mile beyond Kalapana Seaview Estates, Kalani will be on your left, marked with a lighted orange sign.

Driving directions from the Kona International Airport (KOA)

  • Turn left out of the Kona International Airport (KOA) and drive north on Route 19.
  • Continue on Route 19 through Waimea, down the Hamakua coast (still Route 19) until you get to Hilo.
  • Past the waterfront side of town, make a right onto Highway 11 at Ken’s House of Pancakes (sign says Volcano 30 miles).
  • Continue on Highway 11 until you are out of town (about 5.9 miles), then turn left onto Kea‘au Pahoa Bypass Road / Highway 130 South and continue for 11 miles to Pahoa.
  • When you reach the Pahoa roundabout, follow the directional signage toward Kalapana, remaining on Highway 130. Continue for approximately 9 miles (you will go down a long, gradual hill and drop about 1,000 feet in elevation).
  • Keep an eye on mile markers; after mile-marker 20 you will see a directional sign that points to end of road or Kalapana. Turn left toward Kalapana, then curve immediately to the right.
  • Drive 1 / 4 mile to a stop sign at a T-junction, and turn left onto Kalapana-Kapoho Road / Coastal Highway 137 (toward Kapoho).
  • After about 5 miles, between the 17 and 18-mile markers, and a half-mile beyond Kalapana Sea View Estates, Kalani will be on your left, marked with a lighted orange sign.

Arrival by airplane

  • You can arrive at Hilo International Airport (ITO). Maxwell Starkhouse's representative will pick you up at the airport. This service is not included in the price.
  • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.