A Retreat to Rediscover Your Aloha
September 16 – 22, 2018
Imagine the Possibilities …
Dear Friends and Guests,
For Hawaiians, Aloha is a way of life, something far more than a salutation.
It is a state of
Love, Compassion, and Peace.
For many of us , our fast-moving world is increasingly difficult to navigate with new distractions created every day, an embodied life, a life of love , compassion, and peace grows ever more challenging. It’s difficult to stay aware of our own values, stay centered and live an embodied life.
Living life with a spirit of Aloha feels further out of reach.
The Evolved Traveler invites you join us in Kauai this September to imagine the possibilities of living in true, personified Aloha. With us, you will be co-creators of your own retreat to ensure a personal journey to re-discover your Aloha — the spirit of Hawaii within us all.
We believe to rediscover that spirit, we must disconnect from the clamors of life and reconnect with ourselves. Each day we will use and build upon traditional Hawaiian themes meant to tap into the profound energy of Kauai and progressively restore our “PONO,” – our balance and feelings of contentment with all that is right and good
Here are just a few ways we will do this:
MAHALO– we will be inspired through daily yoga and meditation, welcoming to all levels, to use gratitude as a way of life, and for all that affords us this time of renewal
HA’AHA’A – our modesty, humility and openness to new thoughts is reset as we engage with the clean slate the breathtaking nature of Kauai provides through hiking, snorkeling, kayaking, and imagining daily so we are once again open to creating our grandest vision of life
IKE LOA – the seeking of knowledge and wisdom, the remembrance that we are here to learn and grow will have us rediscovering our inner strength and courage in the sky as we soar above tree tops ziplining and surf our first waves in the ocean.
KĀKAU – we will have an Evolved Experience of community engagement by making a lasting impression on the communities we visit when we extend our hands in a gesture of global community and create unique memories that will be cherished for years to come.
As we remember to trust the simplicity of this inner peace we begin to recall, our own ever-present strength, vision and gratitude guiding our way, together we will arrive at KA LĀ HIKI OLA, the dawning of a new day filled with optimism, hope and promise
This is ALOHA.
Imagine the possibilities of yours
Few places in the world invoke such undeniable magic or mysticism as Kauai. The allure of its natural beauty—from rugged green mountains laden with dramatic waterfalls, to white sand beaches with azure blue waves – is heightened by its irrefutable energy.
Our retreat is inclusive of accommodations, all activities, most meals, a spa credit and much more, this is will truly be a magical week on an enchanted island that will leave you feeling refreshed, revived, and renewed!
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Or, for more information, or to reserve your space, please contact us at: 323.505.4415 or email@example.com
September 16 – 22, 2018
Six-nights at the St. Regis Princeville in ocean view rooms, daily yoga, meditation and wellness discussions, zip lining, kayak, surfing and paddle board lessons, snorkeling and more!
6-nights/7-days at the St. Regis Princeville in ocean view room
Daily meditation, yoga and wellness discussions
Wellness/fitness activities as noted in itinerary
Helicopter tour/transfer from Lihue airport to the St. Regis Princeville on arrival day* (*Arrival day is May 27, conditions apply)
Most meals including breakfast daily, four lunches, and four dinners
All excursions and entrance fees as noted in itinerary
$200 per person spa credit at the St. Regis spa with a 10% discount on all spa treatments
Daily transportation in luxury SUV’s
Bottled water, juice and healthy snacks on all tours
All gratuities to retreat, hotel and excursion staff
Transfer to Lihue airport on Day 7, All applicable taxes
$5,995 per person, based on double occupancy