Bodywork Training

Big Island Dance Camp: Immerse Yourself in a World of Dance

Frey Faust, Miriam Peretz, Amy Secada, Nomad Dance, Karin Moriarty, Michal Carrillo, Ardas Wright, Maura Starr

November 27, 2016 - December 3, 2016

 

             

About the Facilitator(s)

Urban Roots Workshop
with Amy Secada

A transformational dance workshop that focuses on implementing influences from Capoeira and African dance into a primal free form flow.

Learn to ground your personal freestyle and explore floor work with ease and grace.

Accompanied by live musical inspiration, the Urban Roots technique goes beyond movement to guide you deeper into thoughtless improvisation, energetic awareness, breath control.

Contact Improv with Karin Moriarty
1. Surrendering to The Unknown: Contact Improv
A deep exploration of the basic elements and skills that sustain contact improvisation will be the emphasis of this class. Special focus will be placed on balance, use of energy, force, and directionality. For example, how we can become more efficient with our movements and choices as we move and enter into a dance with others? Students will be guided through a series of exercises that lay the foundation of understanding the interplay between physicality and emotional sensations, in order to create movement, while in concert with a partner.

2. Project Dance:  "Movement Exploration and Emotion”
The class combines elements from Action Theater, modern dance, ritual performance, and Karin’s own unique approach to creating poignant movement for dance pieces. We will travel on an inward journey that may be difficult or uncomfortable at times. But eventually we will arrive at a soothing and safe destination into the past. Bringing our memories alive into the moment, we will replay the emotions and physical sensations we felt at a particular point in our lives. We will tap into these emotions embodied in our memory bank, and reproduce the sensations that we once felt, which may compel us to move now in a particular way! Abandoning the literal meaning of what the circumstances were all about, we will deconstruct the moment, and convert what we find into instruments of movement for our dance.

Frey Faust - Axis Syllabus
In this Axis Syllabus informed session, we will develop oddly poetic and physically and mentally challenging movement studies that will offer an array of subtle gestural qualities as well as athletic demand, while we review or discover the grammar, syntax and etymology, or environmental context, composition, abilities and limitations of our bodies.

The Axis Syllabus is a growing collection of bio-mechanical information that serves a global community as a resource for understanding, preparing and training the human body for moving.

Frey will be offering the following topics:
1. Fascia Nation / Democratic Motion
The intersecting points of the more rigid aspects of our bodies act as indicators for risk assessment and resilience, while their lengths provide the scaffolding for the active, gel and cable-like masses of muscles, nerves, veins/arteries and organs. The study of these meeting points, where so much is at stake, provides us with a powerful lens for evaluating personal needs and qualifying alignment.

2. Down to the Bone Carriage - alignment /  NVM - non-violent movement
The intersecting points of the more rigid aspects of our bodies act as indicators for risk assessment and resilience, while their lengths provide the scaffolding for the active, gel and cable-like masses of muscles, nerves, veins/arteries and organs. The study of these meeting points, where so much is at stake, provides us with a powerful lens for evaluating personal needs and qualifying alignment.

3. Kinetic Highways - energy sources - sustainable movement
The human body offers certain possibilities in order to create and recucle kinetic energy. The three "proximal motors": the pelvis, torso, and head; and the four "peripheral motors", the arms and legs, can be dropped towards the earth or tipped of balance in order to create momentum. The resulting energetic exchange from core to periphery and back propels the body through space, sparing effort and injury. In this class we will work with a sequential activation and release of these motors to augment, conserve and deploy kinetic energy while moving.

Sacred Dances of the Silk Road with Miriam Peretz


1. Dance Art Sanctuary
A highly ritualistic, fluid, ethno-contemporary class focused on exploring ways to embody prayers and intentions through movement and dance while opening the senses and awareness to the space and to each other. We search for spirals in the body, moving from the center, finding deeper breath in movement, and using dance as a healing art. Movement style is ethno-contemporary with influences from various world dance traditions. Each class offers a theme based on a soul trait (character refinement,) that inspires an improvisational element exploring personal story and process. The class also draws heavily on Miriam’s choreographic repertoire.

2. Sacred Dance of the Silk Road
Persian & Central Asian dance infused with contemporary and devotional movement practices.This unique workshop form developed by Miriam Peretz, offers a full range of expression from traditional Silk Road dances, to devotional, contemporary, and improvisational movement. The session begins with an invocation, a greeting of the divine presence within the group and space, becoming fully present, and connecting with community in the sacred circle of dance. Then moving onto an intensive contemporary inspired warm-up, focusing on the spirals of the body, fluidity in the spine, contract/release, and getting the blood flowing. Then the class moves into traditional techniques of either Persian or another Silk Road dance form, culminating in short combinations and or choreography. This workshop also focuses on numerous styles of Central Asian turns.
3. Turning Towards the Heart
A journey in creating devotional dances through turning, poetry and heart. In the sacred circle of community we will meet each other face to face, and join our hearts in breath, song, dance, and prayer. With whirling at the core of our movement, we will explore different ways to move through space in circles and spirals. By incorporating elements of focused breath-work,
various turning practices, ritualized movement, and intentions, we will create personally meaningful and interpretative dances.

Cocrea Partner Fusion with Wren and Antje of Nomad Dance

Experience a deeply connected practice in embodying presence and integrating your movement with others in an emergent folk dance. In these 1.5 hour classes, we’ll explore concepts and techniques in connection, intimacy, sovereignty, and creative expression within the framework of traditional social partner dance with two major differences – no steps to learn, and no set genre of music. Just your kinetic genius, and your partner’s, in conversation. In the Cocréa CommunYum Jam, journey through a loosely guided experience winding ever closer into unity consciousness and physical connection with your Big Island Dance Camp community.
Viewing life as a dance, Cocréa is a continually evolving holistic movement modality intended to bring individuals into strong, empowered, expressive relationships with their bodies. Cocréa blends the connected, structural integrity of social partner dance, with the organic, blissful expression of free dance. Together, we learn to listen and respond in every moment to co-create spontaneously and practice presence to move together as one. Weaving the threads of collaboration, cross-pollination and consciousness, Wren and Antje’s focus is on how dance can enhance and expand relationships into a deeply connected, honest and powerful tool for personal, interpersonal and transpersonal co-creation and transformation.

West African Dance - Guinean Rhythims with Michal Anna Carrillo

In this class you will go through a series of stretches  and warm up movements to ready your body for the energetic and powerful dance of Guinea, West Africa.

You will be exposed to two rhythms with focus on one rhythm, breaking down movements and moving them across the floor.

This class will challenge your right- left brain coordination and be a joyful experience of drums, self expression and cultural immersion

Kundalini Yoga with Ardas Wright

 Breathe in truth, swim in your heart and shake your chakras. Kundalini Yoga is the science of awareness, through breath, mantra, mudra and asana we will connect with our true identities, that of peace, tranquility and service.

Contacts

Workshop Fees

Kalani is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Your stay here supports education, community arts programming, and Hawaiian culture preservation within the District of Puna. Kalani has grown to become the largest provider of services in Puna – thanks to the support from guests like you!

Kalani retreat rates are all-inclusive and provide access to all instruction and course activities, meals, accommodations, and use of Kalani's facilities including our 25-meter pool, hot tubs and sauna.

Pricing available at the Big Island Dance Camp website.

Registration will close on November 26, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. Please make sure to purchase your tickets prior to this date and time to ensure your participation in the event!

Extend Your Stay at a Discount!
Additional nights can be added on to the beginning or end of this package at special discounted rates for retreat attendees. There is so much to explore on this incredible island - from the volcano and the astronomy centers on Mauna Kea to the tide pools, beaches, and hikes along the coast.  Kalani is always brimming with activity, with 50 classes a week, as well as special events.
 
If you require airport shuttle service, please contact Kalani Guest Services at 800-800-6886 or [email protected], at least one week in advance.

Because of the structure of our retreat packages, we are unable to pro-rate retreat fees for shortened stays.

Learn more about getting here.

Hawaii Massage School: Healing Dance II

Inika Spence

July 3, 2016 - July 8, 2016

Healing Dance® II asks the question, “How do we earn trust and gain access to the body at the beginning of a session?” The answer it provides lies in the trance-inducing Back Waves and in our quality of touch. In this training we continue the study of spatial mandalas beyond the waves of Healing Dance I into the spiral, the eight and the spiral eight. Healing Dance II also focuses strongly on bodywork.

About the Facilitator(s)

Inika Spence has been an aquatic body worker since 1996, working at Harbin Hot Springs as a Watsu®, WaterDance™ and Healing Dance® Therapist. Her classes are informed by her extensive work as a therapist and bring a grounded and practical aspect to her teaching. She has over 2800 hours of training and over 4500 hours teaching aquatic bodywork. Inika has been teaching Watsu® and Healing Dance since 1999. She brings grace to the water and conveys that grace to her students through her knowledge of movement and experience in yoga, tai chi, dance, and meditation. She is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. She has combined the SE work in her sessions and brings the knowledge to her students. She has been the director of the Harbin School of Healing Arts until it burned in the Valley fire in California. She has since moved to Hawaii and is currently exploring bringing more classes to the island. For questions about Healing Dance, email Inika at [email protected].

Contacts

Workshop Fees

Fees include workshop participation and daily lunch at Kalani. 

Prices subject to change without notice.

Hawaii Massage School: Healing Dance I

Inika Spence

June 19, 2016 - June 24, 2016

Healing Dance® I constitutes a paradigm shift for the student of other forms of aquatic bodywork. It sees the body as at home in the water and hydrodynamic in its form, healing in the flow of movement. It understands the psyche as needing nurture and closeness, and also space, freedom and acceptance of self-expression. More than anything else, Healing Dance I is the wave.

About the Facilitator(s)

Inika Spence has been an aquatic body worker since 1996, working at Harbin Hot Springs as a Watsu®, WaterDance™ and Healing Dance® Therapist. Her classes are informed by her extensive work as a therapist and bring a grounded and practical aspect to her teaching. She has over 2800 hours of training and over 4500 hours teaching aquatic bodywork. Inika has been teaching Watsu® and Healing Dance since 1999. She brings grace to the water and conveys that grace to her students through her knowledge of movement and experience in yoga, tai chi, dance, and meditation. She is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. She has combined the SE work in her sessions and brings the knowledge to her students. She has been the director of the Harbin School of Healing Arts until it burned in the Valley fire in California. She has since moved to Hawaii and is currently exploring bringing more classes to the island. For questions about Healing Dance, email Inika at [email protected].

Contacts

Workshop Fees

Fees include workshop participation and daily lunch at Kalani. 

Prices subject to change without notice.

Sacred Lomi 8 Day Intensive

Tom Cochran and Donna Jason

February 18, 2017 - February 25, 2017

Sacred Lomi® 8 Day Intensive is a heart-centered, experiential journey into the beautiful art of Hawaiian Temple Bodywork, a unique form of Lomilomi and a rite of passage that weaves the principles of shamanic movement, sacred touch, aloha, awareness and intention into a complete system of hands on healing.

About the Facilitator(s)

Tom Cochran

Tom CochranTom spent eight years in Hawaii studying Hawaiian shamanism, the culture and the sacred art of Temple Style Lomilomi. He and Donna developed Sacred Lomi® by integrating years of spiritual practice and universal healing principles with the lineage of Temple Style Lomilomi. Tom's deeply intuitive approach to physical healing coupled with his capacity for presence and honoring, make him a truly powerful facilitator. His deep love for the land and for supporting others on their transformational journey, shine through, particularly in the retreats at Kalani Oceanside Retreat. “The land, the stars, the ocean, support us in opening and remembering the majesty of our being and the power of our essence.”

Donna JasonDonna Jason

Donna is a writer, filmmaker and teacher committed to the transformational power of the creative arts. She has an extensive background in theater, dance, creative visualization and healing through the emotional body. Donna is the creative force behind the Sacred Lomi DVDs, the 7 Principles of Huna DVD and the Hawaiian Healing Intention Cards – now available at the Kalani gift shop.

Contacts

Workshop Fees

Kalani is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Your stay here supports education, community arts programming, and Hawaiian culture preservation within the District of Puna. Kalani has grown to become the largest provider of services in Puna – thanks to the support from guests like you!

Kalani retreat rates are all-inclusive and provide access to all instruction and course activities, meals, accommodations, and use of Kalani's facilities including our 25-meter pool, hot tubs and sauna.

Fees per person: Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
6 - Cottage $ 2950 $ 3650
5 - Tropical Loft n/a n/a
4 - Tree House Room n/a n/a
3 - Bungalow Room $ 2650 $ 3050
2 - Lodge Room (private bath) $ 2550 $ 2950
1 - Lodge Room (shared bath) $ 2450 $ 2750

Triple Occupancy Available:
Lodge Room (private bath): $2450
Lodge Room (shared bath): $2350

Additional lodging options may be available; please inquire upon registration if your preferred lodging type is not listed above.

Kamaʻāina Commuter: $1344
Kamaʻāina rates are all-inclusive and provide access to Kalani campus for all instruction and course activities, three meals per day, and use of Kalani's facilities including our 25-meter pool, hot tubs and sauna. A valid Hawaii state-issued ID or driver's license must be presented at check-in to receive the kama'aina rate.

Commuter (for those who opt to lodge off Kalani campus): $2225
Commuter rates are all-inclusive and provide access to Kalani campus for all instruction and course activities, three meals per day, and use of Kalani's facilities including our 25-meter pool, hot tubs and sauna.

Extend Your Stay at a Discount!
Additional nights can be added on to the beginning or end of this package at special discounted rates for retreat attendees. There is so much to explore on this incredible island - from the volcano and the astronomy centers on Mauna Kea to the tide pools, beaches, and hikes along the coast.  Kalani is always brimming with activity, with 50 classes a week, as well as special events.
 
If you require airport shuttle service, please contact Kalani Guest Services at 800-800-6886 or [email protected], at least one week in advance.

Cancellations requested 14 days or greater before your arrival date result in a full refund less a $50 administration fee. Cancellations requested 24 hours or more before arrival, but less than 14 days before arrival, result in full refund less a 10% administrative fee, or a $50 administration fee, whichever is greater. If you cancel within 24 hours of arrival, or do not show, no refund will be provided.

Because of the structure of our retreat packages, we are unable to pro-rate retreat fees for shortened stays.

Learn more about getting here.

Hawaii Massage School: LomiLomi Massage | October 10 - October 15, 2016

Angela Leslee

October 10, 2016 - October 15, 2016

About the Facilitator(s)

Angela Leslee

Angela Leslee, LMT has been a licensed massage therapist in Hawaii since 1996 following graduation from the Hawaiian Islands School of Massage (HIS). After five years in private practice, she was invited to become an instructor at HIS, which offers a 1,250 hour program in medical massage. During her 5 year tenure she also developed and co-founded 3 different massage school projects for Japanese students both in Hawaii and Japan.

Angela has been teaching Lomilomi the past 15 years. Her kumu (teacher) Maka'ala Yates is an indigenous Hawaiian elder, who began learning about Lomilomi in his childhood. He studied with the renowned master Aunty Margaret for many years, and now devotes his life to passing on this knowledge to others around the world.

True Lomilomi as it was practiced by the ancient Hawaiian kahunas and by a few today, is a multi-faceted approach to healing. It is an art and a science that takes a lifetime to master. It is also a traditional form of health care in Hawaii.

Angela has built a reputation among her students for teaching in a clear and concise way. She can break down even the most complex information into simple, easy-to-understand pieces. She believes it is important to empower students so that they can access what is already inside of them, and that teaching and learning should be fun. Laughter allows time for integration. The relaxed atmosphere in Angela's classes allows for optimal assimilation of material.

Angela's knowledge, experience and passion for teaching and massage are guaranteed to make this a positive, educational and joyful experience for you.

Contacts

Workshop Fees

To register and/or book accomodations and meals, contact Kalani Reservations Desk.

Tuition-only price: $575
Course tuition includes lunch during class days and access to Kalani's Dining Lanai amenities.

50% of tuition balance is due upon registration. The remaining 50% balance payment is due on or before the day the course begins. Full payment is required in order for students to participate in the first day of the course.

Students who request cancellation 30 days or more prior to the course start date will receive a full refund less a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations requested within 30 days prior to the course start date will result in a 50% refund of monies paid.

Hawaii Massage School: Traditional Thai Massage | October 24 - November 1, 2016

Michael Ceraso

October 24, 2016 - November 1, 2016

Thai Massage

Click Here for the full list of workshops offered during this Kalani Bodywork Training Intensive.

Traditional Thai Massage developed out of Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, Yoga, and Buddhist Philosophies of Mindfulness and Loving Kindness and is said to be over 2,500 years old.

About the Facilitator(s)

Michael Ceraso

Michael Ceraso

Michael Ceraso began his journey as a bodyworker through receiving a wide range of excellent bodywork. After receiving reiki attunements and practicing for a year, he traveled to Thailand where he studied Reflexology at Wat Po in Bangkok and Traditional Thai Massage at ITM in Chiang Mai.

Upon returning to Hawaii he continued to explore healing work through intensive studies of Cranial-Sacral Therapy and Polarity. These studies laid the foundation upon which he has added Swedish Massage and Barefoot Shiatsu. In 2006, he spent another two months in Thailand where he studied with 3 different teachers, learning new techniques and deepening his practice. He has a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine, specializing in Japanese Acupuncture Techniques.

Michael has been the Wellness Director at Kalani since 2004 and orchestrated the Kalani Bodywork Training Intensive for the last 11 years, as well as teaching its Traditional Thai Massage course.

Contacts

Workshop Fees

To register and/or book accommodations and meals, contact Kalani Reservations Desk.

Tuition-only price: $560
Course tuition includes lunch during class days and access to Kalani's lanai amenities.

50% of tuition balance is due upon registration. The remaining 50% balance payment is due on or before the day the course begins. Full payment is required in order for students to participate in the first day of the course.

Students who request cancellation 30 days or more prior to the course start date will receive a full refund less a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations requested within 30 days prior to the course start date will result in a 50% refund of monies paid.

Hawaii Massage School: Introduction to Deep Tissue | October 17 - October 21, 2016

Amy Doff

October 17, 2016 - October 21, 2016

This workshop provides you with the theory and hands-on practice necessary to gain a basic understanding of deep tissue massage. Attain the awareness necessary to address chronic pain, chronic hypertonicity, muscular/fascial adhesions and limited range of motion. This course focuses on common problem areas including the musculature of the spine, low back, hamstrings, deep lateral rotators, gluteals, shoulders and neck. The course includes the following topics:

About the Facilitator(s)

Amy Doff

Amy attended the Hawaiian Islands School of Body Therapies, in Kealakekua, from 2000 to 2001. She completed almost 1,000 hours of soft-tissue rehabilitation/medical massage​ coursework and developed a passion for addressing acute and chronic injuries. She has been practicing massage for the past 15 years.

Amy has ​completed advanced degrees in: Public Health, focusing on Health Policy and Management (MPH, UH Manoa, 2010), Anthropology (BA, UH Hilo, 2006), and Occupational Safety & Health (Minor, UH Hilo, 2006) as well as a Permaculture design certificate (Hawaiian Sanctuary, 2014).

Amy is passionate about participating in our food system. She strives to be a locavore and delights in climbing coconut trees and sharing food from her garden.

Contacts

Workshop Fees

To register and/or book accommodations and meals, contact Kalani Reservations Desk.

Tuition-only price: $320
Course tuition includes lunch during class days and access to Kalani's Dining Lanai amenities.

50% of tuition balance is due upon registration. The remaining 50% balance payment is due on or before the day the course begins. Full payment is required in order for students to participate in the first day of the course.

Students who request cancellation 30 days or more prior to the course start date will receive a full refund less a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations requested within 30 days prior to the course start date will result in a 50% refund of monies paid.

Hawaii Massage School: Human Anatomy | September 12 - September 23, 2016

Amy Doff

September 12, 2016 - September 23, 2016

Click Here for the full list of workshops offered during this Kalani Bodywork Training Intensive.

This course fulfills the State of Hawaii requirements for a general overview course in human anatomy, physiology and kinesiology. All body systems are covered, with special attention to those most relevant to massage therapy, the muscular, skeletal and nervous systems.

About the Facilitator(s)

Amy Doff has enjoyed teaching Human Anatomy, Physiology & Kinesiology to beginning massage students and allied health students, in numerous settings, for over 8 years. She hopes to influence her students to appreciate and take care of their bodies and their physical, social, political and energetic environments. Amy has been practicing medical massage/soft-tissue rehabilitation for the past 15 years and enjoys providing treatment work.

Amy is passionate about participating in our food system (from ground to grind and root to crown) and utilizing the opportunities we have as Massage Therapists to share self- awareness and health education with our clients. She promotes Wellness in Action (meeting our daily needs in ways that also nourish our physical, mental, spiritual and environmental health).

Amy has training in Massage Therapy (LMT, Hawaiian Islands School of Body Therapies, 2001), Anthropology (BA) & Occupational Safety & Health (Minor, UH Hilo, 2006) and a Master’s in Public Health, focusing on Health Policy and Management (UH Manoa, 2010). She currently serves on the Hawai‘i County Subarea Health Planning Council and collaborates with the Matungu Community Development Charity, a sister Community Based Organization, in rural western Kenya, to plan public health and community empowerment programs.

Contacts

Workshop Fees

Tuition-only price: $670
Course tuition includes lunch during class days and access to Kalani's lanai amenities.

50% of tuition balance is due upon registration. The remaining 50% balance payment is due on or before the day the course begins. Full payment is required in order for students to participate in the first day of the course.

Students who request cancellation 30 days or more prior to the course start date will receive a full refund less a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations requested within 30 days prior to the course start date will result in a 50% refund of monies paid.

Hawaii Massage School: Full-time Bodywork Intensive Program | September 12 - November 1, 2016

Kalani Wellness Team

September 12, 2016 - November 1, 2016

Thai Massage

About the Facilitator(s)

Click on individual links for instructor bios.

Contacts

Workshop Fees

Fees listed are tuition price only.

To apply for Kalani's Volunteer Program, visit this page.

Individual Workshop Courses

Workshop courses can be taken individually, select the links above for fees. Click on individual links for workshop fees.

Course tuition includes lunch during class days and access to Kalani's Dining Lanai amenities.

50% of tuition balance is due upon registration. The remaining 50% balance payment is due on or before the day the course begins. Full payment is required in order for students to participate in the first day of the course.

Students who request cancellation 30 days or more prior to the course start date will receive a full refund less a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations requested within 30 days prior to the course start date will result in a 50% refund of monies paid.

Hawaii Massage School: Healing Dance Shape and Space

Inika Spence

February 21, 2016 - February 26, 2016

Water Dance Class - HawaiiHealing Dance is a graceful, healing form of aquatic bodywork.  The roots of its's grace come through ballet, Trage, and the water itself.  Created by Alexander George, a ballet dancer, teacher and choreographer, former Trager practitioner.  Shape and Space is the second underwater course of Healing Dance.  The movements of Shape and Space are rooted in human developmental movement; in the animal movement of dolphins, seals

About the Facilitator(s)

Inika Spence
Inika SpenceInika has been an aquatic body worker since 1996, working at Harbin Hot Springs as a Watsu, WaterDance and Healing Dance Practitioner. Her classes are informed by her extensive work as a therapist and bring a grounded and practical aspect to her teaching. She has over 2800 hours of training and over 4500 hours teaching aquatic bodywork.

Inika has been teaching Watsu and Healing Dance since 1999. She brings grace to the water and conveys that grace to her students through her knowledge of movement and experience in yoga, tai chi, dance, meditation. Aquatic bodywork is her passion.

Inika has spent a great amount of time in the water throughout her life, some of that time involved working and playing with dolphins both captive (working on a communication project with John C. Lilly) and free swimming. Inika is able to impart the joy of movement and gentle touch to her students in an easy, flowing environment. She teaches Watsu I & II and all the classes of Healing Dance.

Student comments:

"(Inika) created balance and flow ...like one long perfect Healing Dance." T.W.

"Inika's class was structured like the spirit and principles of Watsu in the ease of learning and teaching." A.L.

"Fantastic teacher, the best I've had for balance, support, understanding, flexibility, experience, knowledge, and facilitation skills. " L.C..

Contacts

Workshop Fees

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

Tuition-only price: $795. Tuition includes lunch at kalani on class days.  Discounts are available if taking multiple bodywork courses.

To register and/or book accomodations and meals, contact Kalani Reservations Desk. Prices subject to change without notice.

Prices subject to change without notice.

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