For further information or to enroll in a class, please contact the instructor listed with each individual retreat. Many classes have discounted rates for early registration. Fees are mailed to the instructor. Dates indicate the arrival and departure days.
For accommodations before or after a workshop, please look in the Visitors Center on visitmolokai.com
PLEASE CONTACT WORKSHOP LEADERS FOR COSTS & DETAILS
JANUARY 5-12, 2020
DEEP HEALING OF EXILES WITH DICK SCHWARTZ
P.O. Box 1063
East Sandwich, MA 02537
Offering a unique invitation to join Dick Schwartz in the healing, tranquil, and magical environment of Hui Ho’olana. In this seven day retreat we will explore the spiritual side of IFS through meditation & exercises designed to access high levels of Self-energy, inviting guidance regarding a vision for your life, and further unburdening your parts as a way to remove obstacles to accessing Self.
At Hui Ho’olana you will be welcomed to experience the peace and inspiration that can come to light in an atmosphere of acceptance, respect and support. Through Dick’s guidance and the IFS model you will be offered the practice of ho’oponopono (the Hawaiian concept “to make things right”) by using the evolving conceptual spiritual framework of IFS to deeply heal exiles.
The inspiring and nurturing environment, superb natural food, small and intimate venue of 15 – 17 participants, and Dick’s Self led guidance, offer a unique and unmatched opportunity to further your IFS journey.
This advanced retreat is being offered to participants with a minimum of Level 1 IFS training.
Dick Schwartz is the founding developer of the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model of psychotherapy offering a clear, non-pathologizing, and empowering method of understanding human problems, as well as an innovative and enriching philosophy of practice that invites both therapist and client to enter into a transformational relationship in which healing can occur. Over the past 30 years IFS has gained global recognition and is being used in many venues other than psychotherapy, where it had it’s roots.
A mini-sabbatical; take a breath and gift yourself the energy, time and courage to answer one of life’s biggest questions, “Who do I want to be now?” Explore authenticity, happiness, and personal power; Re-Imagine yourself into who you were always meant to be by honouring the wisdom of your life lived, breaking the rules that no longer fit and claiming the gifts that are uniquely yours. This highly creative and experiential experience will be the beginning of a new way of seeing yourself; without the stories you tell yourself about who you should be and the exhausting standards (yours and societies’) you live up to. Intentionally choose to redefine beauty-power-womanhood and lean into what’s next. If not now, then when?
This retreat includes 3 months of workbooks and coaching prior to and following the retreat. Registration closes October 2019.
For women only – Applications at www.advivumjourneys.ca/retreats/
TANIA CARRIERE, MPA, PCC With over 20 years designing unique, celebratory transformation experiences for individuals and groups, Tania Carriere leans on her background in psychology, leadership and life coaching, personal transformation, theatre, travel and dance to create unique, integrated experiences that will engage your intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual being in a journey of wonderment, discovery and transformation. She blogs at Celebrate What’s Right and AdvivumJourneys and is always contemplating the next adventure. More about Tania
DEWITT JONES, ACCLAIMED INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER is one of America’s top professional photographers. Twenty years with National Geographic photographing stories around the globe has earned him the reputation as a world-class photojournalist. He leads the Celebrate What’s Right movement, inviting all to see from a place of abundance and joy. Dewitt will inspire us by sharing his beliefs about beauty and capture your essence in a photojounalistic style, which will be the basis for a new reflection on how you see yourself.
LYNETTE SHEPPARD, RN Author of “Becoming a Menopause Goddess”, Lynette Sheppard has hosted the popular Menopause Goddess Blog for the past 15 years sharing wisdom, humor and heart about Ageing Gracefully and Second Adulthood. Lynette will be teaching Hula as a movement form to engage and embody the feminine.
FEB 16-23, 2020
CONTEMPLATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY RETREAT
A workshop about fully engaging body, heart and mind in the practice of photography
Flint Sparks & John Barclay
website: John Barclay Photography
Seeing Deeply is a learned discipline and takes practice. Our intent is to encourage you to enter the embodied practices of contemplative photography throughout the week during which we will learn to deepen our capacity for intimacy with our subjects, with our equipment and technique, and with each other. Seeing Deeply is an invitation to show up more fully in each moment, to be captured by the beauty of the world, and to become more skillful in the art of photography. We might be so bold as to say that this is an invitation to photography as spiritual practice.
Flint Sparks is a meditation teacher, Zen priest, and former psychologist dedicated to assisting people on the unending path to growing up and waking up. He is an experienced therapist and master teacher who assists people in softening barriers to love, both inside and outside. He is a clear an caring resource with nearly four decades of experience exploring the path of freedom from unnecessary suffering. This experience is now extending to the creative world of contemplative photography.
John Barclay is an award wining freelance photographer based in Bucks County, PA. John is a passionate photographer and enthusiastic workshop leader. He is also an inspirational speaker, presenting his program Dream – Believe – Create to audiences around the world. John’s work has been published in a number of books and magazines and is treasured by a number of private collectors. Recently, John was the recipient of an excellence award from B&W Magazine and chosen by Dewitt Jones to participate in his healingimages.org program. You can see his work and view his workshop schedule at johnbarclayphotography.com.
Join Stewart Cubley for the 24th year of his workshops at Hui Ho’olana. This retreat fills up quickly, so make sure to register early! This Moloka’i Intensive gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the timeless presence of process painting, beyond the pace and pressures of a busy life. You will dive into ten uninterrupted days of deep relaxation and creative awakening with a small community in the pristine setting of the Hui Ho’olana.
The foundation of this intensive is personal attention in the painting process, in the nurturing environment, and in the small group interactions. This is Stewart’s longest and most personalized group program, and the opportunity to make a lasting investment in yourself and your life. It has proven to be a powerful catalyst for change by all who’ve experienced it.
For over four decades, Stewart Cubley has pioneered a way of integrative and creative living through the practice of process painting. Stewart travels throughout the world, teaching his unique approach to thousands of people at personal growth centers such as the Esalen and Omega, multinational corporations, programs in prisons and countless other public forums. Stewart is the co-author of the highly acclaimed book, Life, Paint & Passion, Reclaiming the Magic of Spontaneous Expression (Tarcher/Putnam). He and his wife, Shae Irving, live in Fairfax, California and part of the year on their homestead near Denali Park, Alaska.
“I have to tell you that process painting has opened me up to something wild and true in my life that has more or less catapulted me beyond the confines I was feeling. And in turn my life is getting wilder and freer and better. I mean in very, very substantial ways. THANK YOU.” ~ Ted L.
MAY 16-23, 2020
THE POWER AND GIFTS OF LOVE
A Women’s Retreat
Karen Wilhelm Buckley & Dianne Morrison
Love doesn’t require us to change who we are; it invites us to be who we are. Love connects us with others and elevates our state of being so that the choices we make create the future we most want for ourselves and the community of all life.
Love is a natural state. Being Love, we belong. Our hearts and minds open, we remember what really matters. As we step beyond feeling unloved, indifferent or separate, our innate gifts of intelligence, passion, affection, and creativity are powerfully unleashed.
In the magic of the Hui Ho’olana Living Sanctuary we will enjoy in-depth explorations, creativity, silence, delicious food, island music and dance, and bubble baths under the sun and stars. There will be time for walks, swimming and exploring the island.
Together we will;
- Strengthen the practice of Being Love.
- Learn to face challenging situations with equanimity, kindling voices of love, devotion and compassion.
- Wake up to when we sacrifice our deepest knowing or express our authentic truth.
- Experience love as “being with” ourselves and others as we suspend judgment, listen without fear, and step outside our stories.
- Activate our wisdom to be instrumental in creating and sustaining a saner, more compassionate world.
Led by Karen Wilhelm Buckley and Dianne Morrison, pioneers in executive coaching and business consulting. Karen is committed to authentic leaders who generate substantive results while amplifying wisdom and love, in themselves and their organizations. Dianne has clients invent themselves as inspiring leaders, who produce breakthrough results while maintaining a work life balance.
Building on shared commitments and their friendship, Karen and Dianne invite you to join them in a transformational journey.
JUNE 13-20, 2020
The Hakomi Way As Spiritual Practice
Flint Sparks & Donna Martin
We invite you to a collaborative journey of self discovery and spiritual unfolding towards maturity and real connection with others and your environment.
Donna and Flint are leaders in the evolution of the Hakomi Method. Trusted by Ron Kurtz, its creator, as legacy holders and impeccably loyal to his vision, they present the Hakomi Method at its best in depth and multidimensional potential. Having led retreats for more than 20 years, and sharing a background as therapists and teachers, they masterly hold a space for self exploration and growth in the land of Molokai, at Hui Ho’olana Retreat Center, which, from magnificent skies and natural landscape to attentive service and wonderful meals, provides a perfect container for this special experience.
Flint Sparks is a Zen Buddhist teacher and Spiritual Director who leads retreats internationally with an emphasis on the interface between psychology and spiritual practices in personal transformation. He is a guiding teacher at both Appamada, a center for Zen practice and inquiry in Austin, Texas and Open Door Zen Community in Madison, Wisconsin. He is also a guiding teacher in several Zen informed sanghas in the UK and Switzerland. Flint is a former Clinical Psychologist who specialized in working with people with life threatening physical illnesses.
Donna Martin has been a student and teacher of yoga and meditation for almost fifty years. An international Hakomi trainer, Donna has taught Hakomi and the Practice of Loving Presence (psychotherapy as spiritual practice) at various centers all over the world. Together, Donna and Flint offer an integral approach combining physical, emotional, and spiritual health practices.
Hui Ho’olana offers opportunities for massage and bodywork by highly skilled massage therapists.
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