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Makahiki Events: Guests include Laulani Teale, Al Harrington & Concert with Brother Noland Dec 3 2011

December 3, 2011 @ 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Ho`omaluhia: Holding Space for Peace and Healing During the Season of Makahiki

Saturday December 3th

Multiple events starting at 1:00 pm until 9:00 pm

Lomilomi for Children with Kumu Malia Helela
Kukulu Pono: Conflict Resolution with Laulani Teale
Ocean Cleansing
Tao of Contemporary Hawaiian Cooking 
Lessons of Aloha Workshop by Brother Noland
Hawaiian Dinner
Chant for Peace with Al Harrington

Peace Concert by Brother Noland

Makahiki is celebrated during the winter months when Makali`i (Pleiades) rises at sunset and nourishing rains cover the islands.  Traditionally, it is a time of peace and healing.  In ancient times, warfare ceased and food production slowed to allow all the chance to rest.
Join us for an afternoon of events celebrating the cultivation of peace.

Lomilomi for Keiki

with Kumu Malia Helela

1:00 -2:00 pm

$15

Babies are shaped by movement as they grow in the womb and are carried and cradled in arms as infants.  Children adore massage for the relief it brings to growing pains and for the comfort found in loving hands.This introductory class will cover the basics of keiki massage for infants, toddlers and older children.  Children love to give massages (and family members love to receive them) so we will also cover great massage techniques like shaking and chopping that kids can do too!

Malia Helela has been a licensed massage therapist for 16 years, kumu hula and manager of Malu Healing Room at Still & Moving Center.

Kukulu Pono Workshop

with Laulani Teale

2:00 -4:00 pm

$10 – $25 suggested donation (proceeds fund outreach programs at Still & Moving)

Kukulu Pono is a culture-based agreement-building process that draws inspiration from Ho`oponopono, a Hawaiian system of conflict resolution.  Using concepts like mihi, kala and `oki, participants will learn how to apply peace making practices to everyday situations.

Laulani Teale is a peacemaker, artist, activist and mom from Ko’olaupoko, O’ahu who is committed to supporting realistic, non-adversarial solutions for family conflicts and creating “win-win” solutions for protecting native rights and culture.  Through the Peace Warriors program, she educates youth in peace-building skills and concepts.

                                                   Hi`uwai – Ocean Cleansing 
by Kumu Hula Malia Helela
4:00 – 5:00 pm  
FREE

Malia shares  historical records of ocean cleansing as well as examples of modern practices. The presentation will include a slideshow of sunrise hi`uwai observances that have taken place over the course of many years.

Tao of Contemporary Hawaiian Cooking

with Chef Ori Ann Li

3:00 – 5:00 pm

$35

*RSVP by Dec. 1st 397-7678

Ori Ann will serve up a tasty blend of Zen and Tao wisdom and kitchen skills at each workshop, open to people of all culinary levels. You will learn how to cultivate mindfulness with ingredients and cooking utensils to transform the mundane task into an art, a meditation and an adventure. All recipes are vegan.

Chef Ori Ann Li attended a prestigious French culinary arts institute in Paris, France and Ottawa, Canada. She studied at Le Cordon Vert Cookery School in England and Natural Gourmet Institute in NYC. She was co-star of Hawaii’s popular television show “Cook Healthy Fast” at KITV Channel 4.  

Lessons of Aloha Workshop

with Brother Noland

5:00 – 6:30 pm

$20

Music Concert to follow at 7:15 pm (see below)

$20 Concert

$35 for both Brother Noland events

Through aloha, we learn that we are connected to everything in the universe.  Authentic aloha is a reciprocal thing where aloha aku…aloha mai.  Love extends and returns in the same manner as ocean waves.  Brother Noland brings a vast breadth of experience to this workshop on relating to each other with aloha through reconnection with the natural environment.

Music is the thread that has always run through and held Brother Noland’s life together. He was born and raised in Kalihi-Palama, one of Hawaii’s economically poorest neighborhoods. He found his way out through his art and culture and now helps at risk youth define their choices and make a quality connection to the community. His music always carries a message of positive reflection, even though they are rooted in the reality we live in today. Another aspect of Noland’s life is his involvement with The Tracking Project. Founded as a non-profit organization in 1986 by John Stokes, The Tracking Project (TTP), has worked with community educators and Native elders from around the world to design a series of teachings which connect individuals directly to the natural world. Discovering and identifying this part of his life has awakened parts of his spirit that again enhance his musical creativity.

Vegetarian Hawaiian Dinner – Healthy `Ai Pono Take Out

6:30 – 7:00 pm 

$10

*PLEASE RSVP by DEC 1st 5:00 pm 397-7678

Chant for Peace  with Al Harrington

7:00 pm

Al Harrington, formerly an actor on the original TV show “Hawaii Five-O,” has been an entertainer in Waikiki for many years,. His popularity in the 1970s and 1980s  earned him the well-known moniker of “The South Pacific Man.” Along with other entertainers such as Don Ho, he helped define the entertainment industry in Hawaii

Peace Concert by Brother Noland

with hula by Kumu Malia Helela

7:15 – 9:00 pm

$20

Brother Noland , master slack guitarist,will bring his Lessons of Aloha to life in a concert celebrating peace, comfort, love, nurturing, fun and humor.  Some lessons are expressed best through music because it is a universal language that most everyone can relate to. Check out his music on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mV7nhpJt1iQ

DAY PASS ALL ACTIVITIES for Dec 3:  $60 (worth $85) except Tao of Cooking

397-7678

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Date:
December 3, 2011
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1:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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