Maui in the Spring workshop. We’re putting together a dream vacation in Maui, April 5 to 12. Snorkel in the morning, energy tools workshop, field trips to the volcano, sacred sites, botanical gardens and thrift shops, then massage instruction with Donna Dove. Energy Tools workshop on Sunday April 6 then daily shorter versions. Thanks, Gayle
Energy Tools: Kinesiology to balance the body and mind; visualizations to ground, center, achieve goals, protect; introduction to intuitive reading,
Emotional Freedom Technique acupressure tapping and essential
healing tools. Reiki 1 available and individual sessions.
Our beautiful Kihei house photos
Hale Luana 4BR http://mauiguidebook.com/south-maui/vacation-rentals-south/koa-resort-1f/
Pick your bed and night you want to cook in order of who first sends in check to Equality Press, 42 Ranchita Way, Chico, 95928.
$950 for 7 days includes housing with pool, transportation, and breakfast. Each one of us will cook one dinner so bring your favorite recipe and spices. Donna has recipes with a local flavor if you like.
Please book your flight to Kahului, Maui to arrive early afternoon on April 5 and return around noon on April 12. American, United, Alaska, and Hawaiian fly to Maui. Hopefully you’ll have frequent flyer miles. I buy everything on my United card.
Add on trip to Lanai to snorkel on April 3. If you’d like to go try to arrive around noon in Kahului. Let me know so I can book B&B rooms. It has a great snorkeling cove (I was once surrounded by dolphins) and a lovely garden and orchid collection at the top of the hill. Ferry costs $60 round trip.
Pack lightly as you can buy Hawaiian clothes at an excellent thrift shop. Just need bathing suit, jacket for the volcano, cotton pants and shirt for massage class. Camera, sunscreen, sunglasses. You don’t need to bring beach towel. You can rent snorkel gear at Snorkel Bob’s (Includes mask, fins, Bubba™ dry snorkel & net bag, No-Fog Goop & Fish I.D. card. $35/Week http://www.snorkelbob.com/cgi-local/SoftCart.exe/online-store/scstore/sbservices_packages.html?L+scstore+kryt1743ff814081+1388982493) but someone online recommended “Least expensive would be to buy the mask and snorkel at home, and rent the fins.” I like the short diving fins because my feet don’t cramp and they fit easily in suitcase. Look for a tube with a valve that keeps the water out. As a thin person, I wear a half wet suit which can be rented as well. We’ll practice in the pool first for newbies. Here’s a video link http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-snorkel-safely-and-successfully