Events This Month

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, October 19th 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's:

October 5th - Shaman's Dream  https://soundcloud.com/shamansdream
October 12th - Sprocket
October 19th - Maura Starr https://soundcloud.com/maura-starr
October 26th - DJ Wayne

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Wednesday, October 22

Ukulele Workshop: Shape It Up, Baby! with Brad Bordessa

1:00pm - 2:15pm
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Twist and shout!  (Not really.) In this workshop you will learn how to cut your work in half quarter eight...by 12, and you won't have to twist or shout at all! Brad Bordessa will show you how to take a chord that you already know and shift it into something else without even changing its shape. You will learn where the "root" is (and why that's important) and how to move it up and down the fret board, which will expand your musical horizons infinitely. This is a great workshops for beginning ukulele players because it will, quite simply and easily, launch you into the stratosphere of the number of chords you will have under your belt and the number of chords you'll be able to figure out on your own. This is a two-part workshop, with the first part also being open to the Kalani community. However, you do not have to take both parts in order to get a lot out of it.

Facilitator: Brad Bordessa

Brad BordessaOne of the things we try to do consistently is identify new talent and give their careers a little boost through the opportunity to teach, hone their skills, and work alongside some of the finest practitioners in the field at our retreats. Our candidate for this year's Hawai'i Island 'Ukulele Retreat was, hands down, Brad Bordessa.

Brad joined us last year for just one day and, quite frankly, knocked our socks off with subject matter that no one else was even looking at and a unique approach to teaching that his students raved about.  He is also a fine musician. But don't take our word for it, here's what James Hill had to say: “Brad is a seeker. He’s hungry for the sweeter lick, the longer line and the deeper groove.” Needless to say, we are delighted to bring him back this year in a much bigger capacity.

Brad first picked up the ukulele after his family moved to the Big Island of Hawai'i when he was 12 years old and soon afterward attended Keoki Kahumoku's 'Ohana Music and Lifestyle Workshop. That set the tone for the rest of his life. He was soon giving lessons at the local youth center in Honoka'a on the east side of Hawai'i Island, at an after school program at Waimea Middle School, and at the North Hawai'i Education and Research Center. Inevitably, he found himself teaching at the Kahumoku Workshop and was invited to tour Hawai'i Island with Keoki  Kahumoku on his Jam for Japan Tour. He was then chosen to be one of the 26 first cohorts in the Institute of Hawaiian Music at the University of Hawai'i Maui College and not only graduated with honors, but was also named the Most Outstanding Student in the class.

We think Brad has a very bright future to look forward to, and we are honored to play this very tiny little role in it.

Location: Kalani
Admission: $10

Friday, October 24

Ukulele Concert: "A Song of Old Hawaii" with Jim & Liz Beloff, Robyn Kneubuhl, and Kona Bob

8:00pm - 10:00pm
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Ukulele Concert: "A Song of Old Hawaii"

Jim & Liz Beloff, Robyn Kneubuhl, and Kona Bob

Location: Kalani
Admission: $10

Saturday, October 25

Ukulele Workshop : An Octopus's Garden & Beyond the Reef with Robyn Kneubuhl

1:15pm - 4:00pm
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Octopus's Garden - 1:15 PM - 2:30 PM / $10


There's a reason so many Beatles' tunes have found their way into Jumpin' Jim Beloff's "Daily Ukulele Songbooks."  It's as though they were written to be played on the 'ukulele--a fact that was probably confirmed the afternoon George Harrison visited Liz and Jim Beloff at their home to while away an afternoon talking story, strumming ukes, and singing songs. Well, here's an opportunity for you, too, to join Jumpin' Jim and play through an "Octopus's Garden" of classic Beatles' tunes, arranged especially for the 'ukulele, but with a little twist...a few ideas for intros and outros and strumming and picking alternatives that will give your playing a little more verve and feeling. Not only that you'll have a chance to strum along with, and learn from, the fellow who did, quite literally, write the book.....make that many books.

Beyond the Reef - 2:45 PM - 4:00 PM / $10


One of the most beautiful songs ever recorded (Bing Crosby, Elvis Presley, Andy Williams, and more), Beyond the Reef, by Canadian composer Jack Pitman, is also a wonderful platform from which to explore minor seventh chords in the first and second positions. Sound tricky?  Not really. Remember Am7? (If you don't, it's all strings open.)  Roy Sakuma describes the minor 7th chords as "Colorfully active with the soft tones of Autumn." But in this workshop, Robyn Kneubuhl will show you how they can be used to enhance a song that already has a beautiful, haunting melody line.  At the same time you will learn different techniques for holding multiple strings with one finger.  A great opportunity for advanced beginner - intermediate players. And don't forget to bring your sense of humor, adventure, and romance.

Facilitator: Robyn Kneubuhl

An accomplished musician and dancer (and adored by her students), Robyn Kneubuhl has a musical lineage that goes way back.  Her mother,  Emma Veary, was a headliner at the Monarch Room of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, the Halekulani, the Hilton Hawaiian Village, and frequent a frequent guest star on the original “Hawai`i Five-O.” Her mother's musical gifts were not wasted on Robyn, who embodies the beauty of the golden days of Waikiki through her music and dance.

Robyn is a life-long student of Hawaiian arts and culture, a composer, hula  and `ukulele instructor, generous with her time and talent, and eager to share her knowledge with her students. She currently resides on Maui and is one third of the “Hula Honeys” who have three popular CD’s out: Life Just Got Sweeter,  Girl Talk, and A Hui Hou. Robyn has taught hula and `ukulele for Lark Camp and Keola Beamer’s Aloha Music Camps and has joined us several times at the  Wine Country ‘UkuleleFestival. It only seems natural to have her us join us on Hawai'i Island in October, for the  Hawai'i Island Ukulele Retreat.

Here's a little sample from the Hula Honeys' Life Just Got Sweeter CD.

Location: Kalani
Admission: $10 Each

Saturday, October 25

Ignite Talks - October 2014 - Your Best Halloween Story

8:00pm - 10:00pm
Other Kalani - see description

Join us each month and learn about all kinds of subjects at Kalani's IGNITE Talks.

IGNITE talks are mini, five-minute "TED Talks" on any subject to share with your 'ohana.

Octobers IGNITE theme is: Your Best Halloween Story

- Ignite is open to the public for presenters and attendees.
- Several Kalani volunteers and others from across the globe will present. There are a limited number of slots available.
- To sign up as a presenter, please contact tiki@kalani.com by 10/24. If you would like to show a slideshow, PowerPoint, Keynote presentation or have other audio/visual needs, materials are due to Tiki by 10/22.

Admission: Free, By Donation
Location: Kalani
Accessibility info: Ignite is a fragrance-free event. To support a space where all can breathe comfortably, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, essential oils and other scented products. Mahalo!

Sunday, October 26

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, October 26th 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's:

October 5th - Shaman's Dream  https://soundcloud.com/shamansdream
October 12th - Sprocket
October 19th - Maura Starr https://soundcloud.com/maura-starr
October 26th - DJ Wayne

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Friday, October 31

Spirit! A Masquerade Ball

8:00pm - 10:00pm
Other Kalani - see description

Join us at Kalani in playful costume for a masquerade to celebrate Halloween evening! Craft beer and Big Island Kombucha will be available at our special event cash bar. Prizes will be awarded for best costumes and for the spooky dance-off winner!

Let your playful spirit soar at this fun Halloween event!

Dynamic musical performers to be announced.

Location: Kalani
Admission: Free, By Donation. 21+ for this special licensed evening.

Saturday, November 1

Permaculture Series: November 2014: Modern Ahupua’a

1:00pm - 4:00pm
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Puna, now is the time to take "The Next Step."

Join us for the most important permaculture collaboration our district has seen, as we explore, together, how to create modern ahupuaʻa, and share the abundant knowledge we have in Puna.

This initiative involves all of the key leaders in permaculture and sustainability in Puna: it is co-stewarded by Kalani and Hawaiian Sanctuary, and actively supported by Laʻakea, the Keliihoomalu ʻOhana in Kalapana, many of Puna's local permaculturists, and financially supported by the County of Hawaiʻi through the stewardship of Greggor Ilagan. The collaboration to put this initiative together is unprecedented.

Come to this event with your ideas to share on what the Modern Ahupuhaʻa means to you. The goal of the Modern Ahupuaʻa Permaculture Series is to gather knowledge, practices and social strategies to remember and share our best resources.

It is time for Puna to collaborate and build this "Next Step" together. Save the third Saturday of each month for this valuable time together, as we learn and grow our modern ahupuaʻa, together. Community Arts Programming is one of the most significant contributions Kalani makes to our local community. 

Speaker: 
Scott Laaback, local chef and sustainable living expert, will present his perspective on The Kumukoa House, a local model of the permaculture micro-farm, which utilizes edible landscaping techniques to create a beautiful, bountiful aesthetic.  

Scott believes that the home is the perfect place for initiating sustainable culture, as most people live on small scale landscapes. With modest labor outputs to establish a micro-farm landscape, they can meet a substantial portion of their own dietary needs, along with a small surplus that can be shared. 

Urban and suburban landscapes are an important asset to modern ahupua', driving the permaculture movement forward by engaging homeowners and families on an individual basis. The connections formed between these micro-farms are direct - farmer to farmer in the form of cash or trade - and through a series of small retail outlets like The Locavore Store in Pahoa that redistributes the community's abundance for a small commission. 

Location: Kalani
Admission: Free

Sunday, November 2

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, November 2nd 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Sunday, November 9 - Sunday, November 16

Hawaii Yoga Festival 2014

8:00am - 11:00pm
Other Kalani - see description

Your practice. Empowered.  

Explore and expand your yoga practice in sweeping, outside-in spaces along Hawaiʻi’s abundant Yoga Coast. Practice alongside and learn from celebrated teachers from Hawai‘i and beyond.  

On Hawai‘i Island, empowered learning, spiritual transformation, and immersion in nature and Hawaiʻian culture are available and accessible to all. Hawai’i Yoga Festival attendees may engage in asana practice, dance, kirtan, meditation, wellness treatments, Hawaiʻian ceremonies at sacred locations, moving lectures from Hawaiʻian spiritual kahunas, and much more.

Hawaiʻi Yoga Festival Passes  are priced at virtually half the cost of comparable for-profit yoga festivals. The Festival is designed to engage and connect attendees with our flourishing community of teachers, healers, and thought leaders in a variety of forums. 

Visit the Hawaii Yoga Festival website for more information.



Sunday, November 9

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, November 9th 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Sunday, November 16

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, November 16th 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Sunday, November 23

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, November 23rd 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Thursday, November 27

Kalani's Annual Thanksgiving Day Farm-to-Fork Feast 2014

6:00pm - 7:30pm
Lanai
Inspiral

Come and join us in celebration and thanks during Kalani's Annual Thanksgiving Farm-to-Fork Feast. Kalani chefs are planning yet another spectacular meal this year, with vegetarian and vegan options available during this special occasion.

$29 guests / $24 kama'āina. 

Reservations are necessary for this event, as we always sell out!

Call Kalani at (808) 965-7828 to reserve your place today.  
The 2014 menu is coming soon. Here is what we offered to the community last year:

* Dates, times & prices are subject to change.

Thursday, November 27

3rd Annual Gratitude Film Festival 2014

8:00pm - 10:00pm
EMAX

Back by popular demand, Thanksgiving evening we will immerse ourselves in uplifting, positive short films on the theme of gratitude.

Hosted by Drew in EMAX, the Gratitude Film Festival will celebrate Thanksgiving with beautiful reminders of the many reasons we have to be thankful.

Time: 8:00 PM

Location: Kalani

Admission: Free / By Donation

* Dates, times & prices are subject to change.

Sunday, November 30

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, November 30th 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Sunday, December 7

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, December 7th 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Sunday, December 14

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, December 14th 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Sunday, December 21

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, December 21st 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Sunday, December 28

Kalani Ecstatic Dance - Sunday, December 28th 2014

10:30am - 12:30pm
Other Kalani - see description
Kalani Ecstatic Dance

Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a celebration of life and dance in our open-air, oceanfront space.

Join us each week for a community dance experience, Sunday morning "spirit time," and focused, compassionate presenters.
 
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is for adults age 18 and older. Salads, sandwiches, snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.

Arrival set: 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Opening Circle: 11:00 AM
Closing Circle:12:30 PM

Admission: Suggested donations are $10 kama'āina, $15 regular.
Location: Kalani
DJ's: TBA

Ecstatic Dance Guidelines:
- Move however you wish.
- No talking in the space.
- Respect yourself and one another.
- Ecstatic Dance is a drug and alcohol-free space.
- Please refrain from photos, video, and shoes and scents.
- Many people dance in their own space, and others share their space with another.
- To engage in a dance with someone, use sensitivity: are they open to sharing space with me? Mirror movements, offer a hand, brush by, make eye contact, and see and feel how they respond.
- If you would rather not dance with someone, or are ending a dance with someone, simply thank them by placing your hands in prayer at your heart in recognition. 

Note: For safety and liability reasons, we are not able to accommodate children at Ecstatic Dance. If you do bring a child, that child must be accompanied by an adult at all times outside the dance space.

Wednesday, December 31 - Tuesday, December 1

Soar! An Inspirational New Year's Eve Celebration 2014/2015

8:00pm - 12:30am
EMAX

Kalani's New Years space will be transformed into a wonderland of interactive art, wellness, and creative expression.

DJ's will be playing danceable, feel-good tracks. Let go of that which no longer serves you, and set your intentions for the New Year, so you truly soar!

Time: 8:00pm - 12:30am

Location: Kalani

Admission: $10 Guest / Free or Donation kama`aina

This is a substance-free event - no alcohol on premises.

* Dates, times & prices are subject to change.