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Sat & Sun, Oct 19 & 20, 2019. What are you actually doing for your eyes? Eyes are so vital to our everyday functioning, let’s help them out. Other workshop benefits: memory enhancement, good posture and increased mobility in your neck and entire spine. Eyes do not have to deteriorate when we age as much as we might think. If your eyes are not as good as they should be, you can change that with these wonderful …Find out more »
Saturdays, Sep 21 to Oct 19, 2019. In this 5-week series, students will learn a full choreography in the American Cabaret style of belly dance - any level is welcome! The piece will be upbeat and joyful - representative of celebration! Students will have the opportunity to perform the piece as a part of the annual Diwali celebration at Still and Moving Center.Find out more »
Build your confidence in standing upside down in this rare workshop by traveling hand balance teacher Brianna Peterson Magly!! Brianna is one of the few apprentices of international hand balance master Miguel Sant’ana qualified to teach his unique balancing method. This workshop starts with the detailed actions to achieve a straight handstand. Stepping onto our mats, we go through stretches to warm up the body’s flexibility, mobility, and strength; focusing heavily on shoulders and wrists. We cover the body’s alignment from fingers to toes, with attention to our breath and core strength. We go on to greater fun when…Find out more »
Evoke the healing power of water through sound, breath and spiral movement, delving into the wisdom of “your inner biology”. Here we invite our inner waters to penetrate and saturate all the different layers of ourselves: muscles, connective tissue, organs and cells.
Life flows in the healing energy of spiral movement, breath and sound! Moving with love and awareness we create balance in the body between the Water and Earth elements.Find out more »
Sundays: Sept 15 - Dec 15 . Participation in this hula halau (school) is one of the best introductions to Hawaiian language and culture. Children will learn both hula kahiko (ancient hula) and hula auana (modern hula), with the basic steps as well as oli (Hawaiian chants). Children will learn a true appreciation for nature, as well as how to make flower lei.Find out more »
13 week series: Sundays, Sept 1 - Dec15, 2019. Be like water and connect to the liquid space within the body and with each movement you make with Nia’s “Deep Dive.” Winalee Zeeb’s choreography soothes the soul, while offering delightful challenges to the body and brain.
Participants in former mentorships series have evolved into teaching single songs as guest instructors; teaching partial or whole classes as subs; to teaching classes of their own. Experienced teachers find new inspiration and insight mentoring with Renée and fellow mentees.
This mentorship program important instructional tips and a huge virtual hug of support and encouragement. You will share bonds of fellowship and interconnectedness that with your fellow mentees that are almost palpable.Find out more »
Sat & Sun, Oct 19 & 20, 2019. While you continue to improve your vision, you also learn to free your neck, get rid of pain, and benefit your shoulders, arms and entire posture. Like a bottleneck between our brain and our torso, our neck carries tension and injuries. If we can soften and heal in our neck’s connection with our shoulders, arms and the rest of our spine, we generate a whole different…Find out more »
Join us to raise awareness about Parkinson’s and to raise funds to support the Hawai‘i Parkinson Association. The event features an easy walk around the park, a resource fair, food booths, a keiki zone, and ongoing activities for all ages and abilities. To register to walk individually or as a team or to make a donation, click here.Find out more »
This FREE monthly brown-bag lunch gathering fosters meaningful connection, and allows women to hold space for each other - through laughter, tears, awkwardness and friendship. The Sparked! This game reminds women of who they are, that they are important and have knowledge to share with each other. The group gives safe space to process what’s meaningful in their lives and to connect with what brings them…Find out more »
Sunday, October 13, 4:30-6 pm.
Friday, November 8, 7-8:30 pm.
Sunday, December 8, 4:30-6 pm. Nurture your Spirit and even gift a loved one with this special offering by yogini and musician Zeny Ogrisseg. This beautiful workshop weaves ancient mantras, Tibetan singing bowls and the harp into a sacred self-care ceremony. Yoga nidra takes you to a tranquil, still place of awareness. Deeply inspired by the spiritual traditions of India, Zeny's angelic voice combined with hand-made singing bowls can transport you to…Find out more »
Saturdays 9am - 12 noon: October 12 & November 9 at Lyon Arboretum. Monday, 10 am - 12 noon, plus gallery tour: December 30, 2019 at Kahaluʻu Gallery & Gardens. "Forest bathing" or "forest therapy" is a growing trend worldwide. Enjoy a gentle walk, and reconnect yourself with your senses and the natural world. Unlike a hike, there is no destination and, unlike a naturalist walk, you'll gain knowledge through...Find out more »
Thur to Sat, Nov 14-15-16, 2019. In English and Japanese 日本語通訳付き.
Whether you are a novice or an established dancer, Kumu Malia’s guidance will encourage full immersion in the cultural background, techniques, inspiration and foundations of the much-admired Hawaiian hula. Create a true connection with the heart of aloha and the land of Hawaii through its unique traditional dance. No prior hula experience necessary.Find out more »
At Honolulu Museum of Art. Still & Moving Center will celebrate the Hawaiian season of peace, Makahiki, at the Hawaiian new year at the Honolulu Museum of Art. Kumu Malia will lead her hula halau in a public hula performance followed by a Keiki Hula and storytelling activity. Each month the museum hosts Family Sunday with a different theme relating to a cultural event, art concept, or exhibition. For November, the theme is Makahiki, honoring the god Lono.Find out more »
If you have ever dreamed of bathing in a mountain pool under a cascading waterfall in Hawai’i, here is your opportunity! Imagine yourself coming upon a beautiful waterfall and mountain pool as you walk through a lush valley. Add the joy of learning a hula dance and making a beautiful flower lei …what a day!
This walk story begins and ends at Waimea Falls, on the North Shore of Oahu. Waimea Valley is located on the right-hand side past Waimea Bay Beach parking lot.Find out more »
Ancient wisdom for today’s leaders managing natural resources Island style:
Living on the earthʻs most isolated landmass, early Hawaiians adapted and thrived by managing their precious resources. This management style has at its core a traditional healing prayer that provides direction, bringing all aspects of life into alignment. Palena refers to land boundaries and participants are guided through establishing their own boundaries around business, projects and personal life. An easy walk to Ala Moana Beach Park, the activity will take place under the shade of a tree by the beach. In inclement weather, the activity will take place in one of Still & Moving Center’s beautifully appointed studios.
Thursday & Friday, December 5 & 6, 2019. Help people with Parkinson disease (PD) get better and stay better with exercise! Learn to implement PD-specific, research-based exercise programs now!
Recent research suggests that exercise and learning approaches that promote aerobics and skill acquisition may protect vulnerable neurons, repair damaged circuits, and optimize function and may delay motor deterioration in people with Parkinson disease (PD).Find out more »
Connect with the ‘āina for a walking tour along Kalia Road and Waikīkī beach. Offer ho'okupu and learn about healing practices of the area. Discover more about Waikīkī’s rich history as Mālia shares the story of Kawehewehe and the surrounding fishponds and healing springs that were filled in the 1920s. This thoughtful and insightful walk will challenge participants to seek traces of healing and recovery in the surrounding land and within each individual. Practicing aloha ‘āina, litter collection bags will be provided for light cleanup along the way.
This walk story begins at Still & Moving Center, 1024 Queen Street, Honolulu, a community based mindful movement Center that has been offering multicultural classes, events and workshops for over 7 years, in the heart of Kaka’ako. The walk story ends at Kawehewehe beach fronting the Outrigger hotel.Find out more »
Tuesday & Wednesday, Dec 10 & 11, 2019. Learn to teach others a stand-alone exercise program specific to Parkinson disease (PD). This approach to skill acquisition, called PWR!Moves, is composed of building blocks for everyday movement for those with PD. It’s performed with large amplitude, high effort, and attention to action in multiple positions (prone, supine, all 4’s, sitting, standing). As an Instructor in training, you will learn how to teach other teachers and therapists these foundational exercises to target symptoms that interfere with everyday movement...Find out more »
Thursday to Saturday, Dec 19-20-21, 2019.
Hawaiian lomilomi massage is unique in all of the ways that Hawai’i is unique. Lomilomi acknowledges and appreciates the influence of Hawaii’s natural environment on its healing practices. This training provides a foundation in lomilomi that is appropriate for use in a spa setting or within the family.
Malia introduces bodywork in the first lesson, so look forward to giving and receiving massage in every session! Each weekly session builds upon the last so that lessons and themes are intertwined.
The training will be led in both English and Japanese.Find out more »
July 27-31 & August 3-7, 2020. Daily: 9am - 4pm. Still & Moving Center gives young hearts the opportunity to explore their deep authentic self through the moving arts: hula, aerial yoga, creative dance, keiki yoga & more. Children develop the confidence to express themselves in their own special way, all in a safe and playful environment. We have designed a holistic approach to keiki health and wellness. Your child is likely to come home happy, excited about newfound skills and friends, and ready for a good night’s sleep after an active day!Find out more »