The Art of Aloha presented by Mark Kadota

Mark Kadota

December 26, 2011 - December 27, 2011

Art of AlohaWinter is a time of clearing away dead leaves and preparing for new growth in the spring. I am using this as a metaphor for creating this workshop. The focus of this workshop is the art of giving. We will explore our fears and find ways to remove the blocks. We will address giving and receiving to ourselves and the world around us.
This workshop will explore various Hawaiian and other shamanic ancient beliefs and wisdom.  We will address how we can apply these methods of processing in our modern life.

Further Information

This 4-hour, two-session workshop runs on December 26 & 27 from 9:30-11:30am each day.

General admission is $30 (includes both sessions) or free for Holiday Men’s Week participants.

Please bring a journal or things to write on and with.

About the Facilitator(s)

Most of my education has been informal and passed down through an oral tradition. I have relied on my intuition, travel and determination to explore cultural ideas and beliefs. Much of my teachings rely on taking parts of various cultural practices and creating unique ways of self-discovery. Main source of practices has been shamanic cultures. I have had a series of teachers in different shamanic cultures.


Workshop Fees

General admission is $30 (includes both sessions) or free for Holiday Men’s Week participants.

Prices subject to change without notice.