Passport to Health Adventure
July 4 @ 10:00 am - September 1 @ 10:30 am
4th of July – Labor Day Eve
A Benefit for Hoʻōla Nā Pua
Passport to Health Adventure– Every class you take Still & Moving Center contributes $1
Buy an item of Lilikoi clothing and they contribute $2!
Contribute your Labor on Labor Day – Volunteer work afternoon at Pearl Haven
New Golden Circle Membership – July 2019 Incentive
Available to new members
July 1 – July 31, 2019
$75 onto your Still & Moving Center account!
First: Sign up on the board for our free Passport to Health Adventure – taking classes from around the world with our international faculty!
Sign up for your new Golden Circle Membership, and we’ll put $75 on your account. That could get you a new pair of capri leggings. It almost pays for an $85 massage!
Attention all wanna-be world travelers! Come with us on international mini-adventures, taking classes at Still & Moving Center and collecting flags of the world to fill your passport! The more full your passport, the more fit you become, and the greater your contribution to special young women on this island.
For every class or private session you take at Still & Moving during Passport to Health Adventure, Still & Moving Center will donate $1 to Hoʻōla Nā Pua. This amazing, compassionate organization, previously featured on Hawaii Five-O, helps to heal, educate and reintegrate young girls in our community who have been the victims of sex-trafficking.
You have from 4th of July until just before Labor Day, September 2nd, to complete your world travels through our classes, workshops and bodywork sessions. Fill your passport with international flags and win tantalizing prizes…not to mention a healthier Whole You for yourself and our Hoʻōla Nā Pua beneficiaries!
Lilikoi Wear will donate $2 to Ho’ola Na Pua for every item sold at Still & Moving Center, between July 4th and Labor Day 2019!
We have prizes for you, too! Prizes include:
- Private dance lesson with Murat Demirtas
- Nutritional counseling / cooking lesson with Sheila Wrede
- Private Tai Chi for Better Balance session with Cynthia Murata
- Lomi lomi Hawaiian massage with Malia Helela or Janine Oshiro
- Thai Yoga Therapy or Yoga/Meditation Coaching with Kara Miller
- Your Story interview with Renée Tillotson
For each country you “visit” at Still & Moving Center during your Adventure, you earn a flag!
You win different countries’ flags for your passport by attending classes, workshops and bodywork sessions at Still & Moving. For example: Take a little trip to India by attending a yoga or Bollywood class, and get an Indian flag! Travel to Korea for an hour with KoBang Qigong or to Egypt for Willow’s belly dance classes or to Turkey for Murat’s. Getting a Body Journey Therapy massage from Regina – because she was born in Brazil. Get a German experience doing Pilates. When you take a Feldenkrais class from Brigitte, you win an Austrian flag from her country of origin. Every hula class on lomilomi massage wins you a Hawaiian flag.
Get a mini passport to begin your adventure. Write your name on it. Place your passport on our world wall map. Move your passport on the map each time you take classes from another part of the globe or another teacher!
Earn one (1) flag for each class/workshop/private you take. Attach each new flag you collect to your passport, forming a tail.
You can only earn one flag for one class. You either earn a flag from a country the class originates in OR you choose a flag from the country the teacher was born in. You can earn as many flags as you want from one country. Even better, earn flags from many different countries!
There are two categories in which the adventurers compete:
1) The greatest number of flags.
2) The greatest variety of flags (also considering the overall number of flags.)
On your mark, get set, sail!
Tuesday, July 4th, 9-11 am – SuperClass
July 4th – August 31st – Days to collect flags
Sunday, September 1st at Satsang 12 pm – Sailing into Harbor Celebration! We give prizes to you and announce our collective donation to our partners in health: Hoʻōla Nā Pua