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Premier Issue January / February 2014

Yoga / Fitness Sustainable Living Massage / Bodywork Creative Expression Natural Foods

The guide to health-conscious living for individuals, the community, & the planet

Living Aloha - Mission Statement In the Hawaiian language, ALOHA stands for “hello,” “goodbye,” and “love.” The deeper meaning of ALOHA is “the joyful (oha) sharing (alo) of life energy (ha) in the present (alo).” Aloha is an expression of love, peace, compassion, presence, and the essence of life. Additionally, aloha means affection, mercy, sympathy, kindness, sentiment, grace, and charity. Living the “aloha lifestyle” is a way to attain optimum health, peace, love, and compassion in yourself so you can spread it to your world. Living Aloha Magazine incorporates all aspects of aloha into our daily lives and features Maui as a learning center for how to live aloha. We support the aloha lifestyle through honoring and advocating for all of life by elevating consciousness toward healthful living practices that sustain the individual, the community, and the planet. We will serve as a single-source provider of information on healthy living and green products, offering abroad range of choices and solutions to help reduce our carbon footprint. Living Aloha Magazine is poised to become the premier resource for Maui’s residents and visitors looking to promote health, community, culture, and sustainability. And it will give others an opportunity to learn how to bring more health and balance into their lives. The magazine’s specialized focus on yoga, meditation, hiking, healthy food, and sustainable gardening resonates with its mission to spread the love and help elevate the consciousness of the world. Our vision is to attract prominent leaders to work with us in creating a compelling aloha culture that the publication can reflect and promote, thus creating an outwardly rippling vortex of energy benefitting the wider global community while attracting people from other islands, states, and countries to Maui, bringing further prosperity. Living Aloha Magazine is a community endeavor and seeks to provide information about the following activities: Body/Mind Yoga Pilates Tai Chi / Chi Gong Massage Reiki Acupuncture Chiropractic Watsu Meditation

Conscious Eating Vegetarian / Vegan Raw Food Organic Food Macrobiotics

Sustainable Living Organic Farming Permaculture Biodynamics Renewable Energy

Creative Expression Music Dance Visual Art

Activism Human Rights Animal Rights Environment

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Living Aloha Magazine Publisher: Carlos Garcia Editor: Daniel Betts Operations Manager: Wendy Kathryn Tucker Art Director: Bill Cox Graphic Design / Layout: Daniel Betts Andrea Scholz Suria Carvalho Ben Harper Bill Cox Writers: Mark Sheehan Sarah Taylor Daniel Betts Andrea Perkins Amanda Russcol Steve Blake Proofreader: Andrea Perkins Photography: David Randall Cadencia Photography Business Manager: Carlos Garcia Distribution: P.A.I.N. Distribution Phone: (310) 488-1911 Living Aloha Magazine is published bimonthly by the Maui Health Community Mailing Address: Living Aloha Magazine P. O. Box 790211 Paia, HI 96779 Phone: 808-419-6147 Email: Our website: (coming soon)

Table of Contents

Issue 1 - Number 1

January / February 2014

OPINION Living Aloha – by Mark Sheehan – Page 6 - This is a good time for the arrival of a magazine that caters to the increased interest in developing our own resources so that we may build a new world from our shared vision of health as wealth. YOGA/FITNESS How to find the retreat that will change your life – by Amanda Russcol – Page 8 - Here is a step-by-step guide so that you can choose the right retreat for you and make the most of it once you’re there. SUSTAINABILITY Sustainable Living with a Light Footprint – by Steve Blake – Page 12 - With hard work and fresh air, we stay healthy. We eat simply vegetables, roots, and fruit provided by Mother Maui. Sustainable Education on Maui – by Daniel Betts – Page 13 - Seeking knowledge to make a positive change? Here are a couple of ideas. CREATIVE EXPRESSION Dance, Maui Style – by Andrea Perkins – Page 15 - Dance may be the most ancient and direct way to release stress and access joy and Maui knows it. COMMUNITY An Incredible Response – by Daniel Betts – Page 18 - It’s our first issue and the response has been amazing already. Check out our many supporters. Living Aloha’s Directory of Wellness and Healthy Living Page 24 - An extensive list of community services. Leilani Farm Sanctuary Shelter - Care for Rescued Animals – Barry Sultanoff – Page 28 - Nearly eight heavenly acres of tropical land, was created to provide shelter and care for rescued animals, and humane education to the community. Living Aloha Page 5

Living Aloha By Mark Sheehan

Camping out at Makena Beach over the Christmas holidays 43 years ago was a memorable experience: everyone naked, lots of yoga, a long way to water, a few too many stoners - an ecstatic, funky and just plain wonderful experience. As a beach and sun enthusiast, I knew how unique and wonderful this part of Hawaii was. It was obvious that it needed to be cleaned up and preserved. Many of the ‘residents’ believed they had found a psychedelic health spa. And it was, for a while. When I moved to Oahu a few years later, I realized that a great many people in and out of the health field had similar visions of making Hawaii a preventive health mecca, a place for renewing one’s strength and vitality. I soon became involved with a group planning a holistic health center in Honolulu and by the time I moved to Maui in 1978, had created Hawaiian Health Holidays, the first of many early efforts to tap into the growing interest in health. The HHH concept was based upon the notion of staying at a retreat center, eating good food, practicing yoga, dance, and tai chi, in addition to taking day trips to beaches, waterfalls, and sacred sites. The concept was simple: get healthy and learn ways to stay that way back home.

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HHH was undercapitalized and lacked the skills needed to market successfully. (If only the internet had only been around then!) The attempt, however, put me in touch with a world of people who had a dream or a vision. It became clear early on that the people with the vision lacked funds and the folks with the money didn’t have that particular vision. But by the late 80s things had changed and I began meeting many people who had both. So many, in fact, that I got into real estate so I could learn the zoning regulations, the better to advise and guide such efforts. At one point, I approached the late Chris Hart when he was Maui County Planning Director to inquire about zoning for retreats. Chris said that his staff had just completed a week discussing such an idea and that it looked like Olinda and Haiku were well suited for such retreats. Turns out, though, that the concept never got to completion. However, the lack of authorized zoning didn’t discourage a lot of people from trying to make it happen. Other efforts were made on the major islands, the most successful and long lasting being Kalani Honua on Hawaii Island which provides an Esalen environment perfect for workshops of all kinds along with healthy meals and other amenities. Page 6 Living Aloha

In the resort world there was indifference to the spa concept until the Grand Wailea was built with its extravagant and luxurious spa; suddenly every hotel upgraded their massage services, quickly moving the massage rooms from down by the laundry to down by the the beach. Other services followed and today the hotels employ hundreds of massage staff, fitness trainers, and classes including yoga, pilates, gyro tonics, tai chi, and more. The new and fabulous Lumeria center on Maui has taken the vision to another level combining more of the things we’d all like to experience in a resort type setting far from the resorts. At the other end of the scale, Halemano in Kipahulu provides a fairy world, ocean front setting perfect for meditation and contemplation. On another level entirely, there is SLIM, Maui’s Sustainable Living Institute, which is training a new generation to think differently about how we might survive in the new era of climate change and scarce resources, including food. And all over the state there are dozens, perhaps hundreds of organic farms that are training a new cadre of young people to live close to the land, build with new materials, learn how to regenerate depleted soil, and grow organic food. So this is a good time for the arrival of a magazine that caters to this confluence of increased interest in developing our own resources so that we may build a new world from our shared vision of health as wealth. For the first time Maui will finally have a publication that is solely focused on yoga, yoga retreats and teacher training, massage schools and various other bodywork practitioners and training programs, healthy and conscious eating, sustainable living and farming, renewable energy, creative expression through music, dance, and the arts, not to mention human rights, GLBT rights, animal rights, and environmental activism. We want people to come to Maui and other parts of Hawaii from all over the world to experience and learn these practices so that they can go back home and implement said practices where they live. Besides distributing Living Aloha Magazine all over Maui to residents and tourists, we will be distributing on the mainland to many yoga studios, retreat centers, natural food stores, and vegan/vegetarian restaurants. We will also have distribution to many international yoga studios and retreat centers. We are now on our way to promote the Hawaii we all know to the rest of the world.

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How to Find the Retreat that Will Change your Life By Amanda Russcol

As a yoga teacher and raw chef, retreats have been a part of my world for as long as I have known about down dog and kale. The idea of taking people away from all their distractions - work, kids, responsibilities, routine - was always very appealing to me. Moving out of our everyday worlds so that we have time to focus on ourselves and gain perspective on our lives can be an incredibly transformational experience. I’ve been attending, hosting and working on retreats for almost ten years now, and I am still blown away by how quickly and thoroughly they make a difference in people’s lives. Over the years, I’ve seen a pattern emerge - the conditions that make a retreat so much more than a vacation with strangers. With the right conditions, I saw guests consistently find not only the right questions to ask, but also the answers to those questions and the path of action that would lead to the desired result. I saw them find the inspiration to make big and small changes in their lives and to reconnect with a part of themselves that had been neglected for too long. Sometimes people came knowing that they needed a change, but more often people came for a little fun and a break from their daily routine. No matter why they came, I have seen people go through the same process time after time. I recognized that there were certain necessary ingredients in order for that transformational process to occur. Here is a step-by-step guide so that you can choose the right retreat for you and then make the most of it once you’re there: 1. Location, location, location! Do you love basking in the sun, or does wintery weather make you feel alive? Do you love the ocean or the mountains (or the jungle or the desert)? Find a place (and a season) that will make you feel grateful to be there. Everyone has their own favorite, and being in a place that inspires you will make a difference. 2. Move your body, in all your favorite ways. Our bodies were made to be active. We feel better when we exercise. However, many of us have learned to appreciate exercise for how it makes us feel after the workout. We go to the gym so we can look better, to lower our blood pressure or to decrease the risk of heart disease, or we go to yoga so our back pain go away. These are all good reasons to exercise - great reasons. But an amazing retreat will help you reconnect to the feeling of movement as its own reward. Whether it is a partner yoga class that has you flying high or a swim in crystal clear water with fish and turtles, retreats are the perfect time to reconnect with what makes your body feel good during and after your “workout”. Make sure you choose a retreat that will have the right amount of activity for you - not too much for your body and experience, but enough to challenge you to keep it up once you go home - and the right kind of activity for you. 3. Find like-minded people. What always surprised me at past retreats were the guests. Every group was different, and every group seemed to have been picked, member by member, to create exactly the right mix of people to stimulate, Page 8 Living Aloha

encourage and support each other through the week. I still don’t know how this magic works, but I know that it helped a lot that each guest chose our retreats for the activities and themes we offered. Whether you’re into yoga, crystals and vegan fare or bungee jumping, cardio and drum circles, there’s a retreat out there that’s right for you, and when you find it, you will also find like-minded people. When you get to the retreat, try to spend time with each guest on your retreat - every one of them can enhance your experience and teach you something important, so don’t be afraid to talk to that weird guy sitting by himself - he might surprise you. A big part of the way we socialize and connect with people is through food and diet choice. Paleo, vegan, whole food or raw, there are a lot of choices out there and finding a retreat that will offer your favorite will make you happier at least three times a day. Choose a retreat that offers the kind of food that you like food that not only tastes good, but makes your body feel good, too. 4. Unplug so you can connect. Getting the space you need can be hard in our society. We’re expected to be plugged in and responsive at all times. Emails, texts, kids, bosses, friends, clients, tweets, deadlines and so many more interruptions to one’s flow make taking time to think, rest and connect with ourselves nearly impossible. Make sure you pick a retreat where you and the other guests will be as unplugged as possible. Retreats where you need special permission to make phone calls or use a computer ensure that you and your retreat buddies (aka your new best friends) will be focused on yourselves and each other while still having the access you need

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to check in on your kids or make sure the office hasn’t exploded in your absence - (FYI, it hasn’t). It is also helpful to have a retreat that facilitates sharing while giving you space to be on your own. Sharing circles and communal meals and activities are a great way to connect with others, but you also have to find time to be with yourself. Pick a retreat that makes time for you to be alone - a few mornings without programming or specified meditation times each day are nice times to check in with yourself. Also make sure that your retreat is scheduling adequate time for sleeping. Most retreat website will post schedules before you book. 5. Awaken your senses. We live so much of our lives in our heads and on our screens. An amazing retreat will awaken your senses. Between the incredible food, the breath-taking location and the activities invigorating your body, all your senses will come to life. The sounds of laughter and music, the sights of natural beauty, the smells of fresh flowers and clean air, the taste of fresh, clean, creative food to nourish your body, the feel of a cool waterfall on your skin or a new friend supporting you in a yoga pose - all your senses should be engaged and fulfilled. This will enhance your experience, and just as importantly, it will send you home with new awareness and expectations. You will find yourself seeking out sensory experiences, like stopping to smell the roses or making time for a massage. Once you are at your retreat, make sure you are really there, in the moment, enjoying each and every moment of it. 6. Be open-minded. Retreats can be magical. Things happen that don’t make sense, and things that have never made sense suddenly will. Part of the experience is being open to trying new things, finding new ways to see the world and hearing other people’s stories and beliefs. Try to let go of your judgments and fears; see what it’s like to be open and accepting, even if things don’t go exactly as you expected or that weird guy starts talking about far-out topics. That openness is ultimately the most transformative part of any good retreat. For a guest to go home with a greater sense of wonder and a broader scope of potential for his or her life, that is the most transformational thing we can offer as retreat hosts. “If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is - infinite.” -William Blake Amanda Russcol is a raw chef and yoga instructor in Denver, CO. She is also the co-founder of YogaLife Adventures, and has been nominated for the Best of Raw Award for her retreats. You can learn more about YogaLife Adventure’s upcoming retreat in May 2014 on the island of Kauai by visiting their website at or via email at Page 10 Living Aloha

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Sustainable Living with a Light Footprint by Steve Blake

My wife and I live in harmony with the aina - the earth. We grow vegetables and fruit on our little organic farm on Maui. We get our power from the sun using solar panels. We catch rainwater for washing and watering. We cook and dry fruit with a solar oven. Our water is heated simply, utilizing the energy of the sun. We share our land with the birds and with the trees; in the gentle and fertile climate of Maui there is enough for both man and beast.

by avoiding sugary, fried, white flour products that are so common in stores across America today.

What would it be like if all of Maui lived like we do? With our abundant sun, solar thermal power is possible day and night. Solar thermal power can be stored for nighttime power generation. Extra power can be converted into hydrogen to run our cars. Quite a bit of power can be saved by simply hanging clothes out to dry. We can start planting vegetables instead of houses. As With hard work and fresh air, we stay healthy. We our sugar cane fields become obsolete, we can convert eat simply - vegetables, roots, and fruit provided by them to provide us with the blessings of healthy food. Mother Maui. We have a different kind of “health Maui can become independent and self-sufficient. insurance.” We use medicinal herbs that grow in our yard, such as aloe vera for sunburn. We stay away You can start with eating closer to the earth. Choose from greasy meats and clogging dairy products, plant-based products instead of livestock products. which have high amounts of saturated fats that Buy local produce, or, better yet, grow your own. increase heart attacks and diabetes. We stay slim Bananas and papayas can produce fruit in only 9 TM

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months. Enjoy papayas for their abundant provitamin A. Enjoy guavas for their abundant vitamin C. Enjoy refreshing coconut water and creamy coconut meat. Ripe bananas and coconut meat can be blended into “ice cream” and flavored with lilikoi juice. Don’t forget Maui’s treasure - macadamia nuts. Cook at home more and eat out less. Restaurant food, especially fast food, can make you fat and sluggish. Please remember to stay fit. Surf, bicycle, jog, enjoy yard work, paddle, but just get out there in the sun and have some fun. Activities burn stress and keep us happy and healthy. Let’s all be nice to each other, kama’aina and malahini alike. We can share work and food with each other. Keeping our stress levels low helps keep our immune systems in top shape. Steve Blake is the author of Understanding Dietary Fats and Oils. McGraw-Hill has released his textbook Vitamins and Minerals Demystified. He is also the author of software that analyses and displays your daily nutrients. Find his books at

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Sustainability Education on Maui by Daniel Betts

While many have already stepped on the path toward sustainability, many others are now seeking the knowledge they need to make a positive change for the benefit of their world and community. Where to start? Here are a couple ideas. The University of Hawaii Cooperative Extension Service is currently taking applications for the 2014, Maui Master Gardener training program, which is to be held at the University of Hawaii-Maui College campus in Kahului. The Master Gardener course is 16-week program and in order to be a successful certified Master Gardener, students will need to complete 50 hours of volunteering at plant clinics, workshops or even by writing advice columns for local newspapers. “We help people grow food in their gardens Living Aloha Page 13

and that is a huge part of sustainability on Maui,” says Lorraine Brooks, Urban Horticulture Agent for the University of Hawaii. Classes are open to anyone over the age of 18. Enrolment will cost $125. For more information please contact Lorraine at 808244-3242, ext. 229 or email llb@hawaii.ed. The Sustainable Living Institute of Maui (SLIM) is another valuable resource available on Maui. SLIM declares in their brochure that they “intended to serve as a center for the gathering of information, generation of new knowledge and technology with the broader community and will forge new leaders who will implement this new way of thinking, planning and executing future growth.” While firstly informing “Maui Nui’s needs and opportunities in sustainability,” SLIM seeks also to inform “other islands around the world, as well as geographies that could be characterized as island-like.” For more information email SLIMat SLIMinfo@hawaii. edu or visit their website at Many may find attending a workshop helpful. Sustainable Living: Back to Nature is a workshop available through the Kolealea Agricultural Center. Their mission is, “to create a sustainable future through the education of youth in organic food growth and life sustainability.” For information call 808-572-0499 or email Anyone interested in acquiring nature skills may be interested in the Nature Skills Certification available through the Earth Medicine Institute. This thorough course includes 100 hours and five weekends of learning. For more information call 808-9374218 or email Sustainability is best achieved as a community effort, so be sure to also talk with your neighbors about sustainability activities in your community.

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Dance, Maui Style by Andrea Perkins

Dance may be the most ancient and direct way to release stress and access joy, and Upcountry Maui knows it. On a good week on the north shore alone, the movement enthusiast can attend a hula class, an African dance class, a samba lesson, and a contact improv workshop. He or she can also attend several conscious dance events, learn a hip hop or jazz funk routine, and brush up those belly dance skills.

Hula has connected native Hawaiians to their land and gods for centuries. (Stay tuned for a more in depth look at the contemporary hula scene on Maui in an upcoming issue of this magazine.) While most hula classes are to be found in Wailuku, the Maui Yoga Shala, located in Paia, offers weekly Hawaiian chanting, hula, hot hula fitness, and Tahitian classes. The Hawaiian islands have always been a place where east meets west, geographically as well as culturally. Sarala Dandekar teaches Odissi, a form of classical dance from India which also fuses spirituality and dance. Sarala sees dance as a primary way to learn about how a culture expresses its values, traditions, and rituals.

“I enjoy both taking and teaching dance classes on Maui,” says Joie Yasha, who teaches a weekly African dance class with live drums in Makawao. “As a teacher I am constantly enthralled and inspired by the hearts of everyone in the class. It shows in the dance and I deeply feel that the land and ocean have a big part to play in supporting this. Everyone feels “I enjoy collaborating across borders as a way to break embraced and encouraged to move from their soul.” down prejudices and fear and find the commonality between all cultures,” she says. “Living here, our In addition to several state of the art dance studios, Maui children have some incredible advantages and boasts “nature’s dance floor,” as Lisa Evans, founder of exposure to some of the best teachers of Hawaiian Beach Dance, puts it. Beach dancers listen to the same culture, but exposure to other world cultures is not playlist through earbuds while moving barefoot across as easily available as it may be in large metropolitan the sand. You might see them on Baldwin beach, dancing areas. I hope to continue to provide dance classes here with joyful abandon to rhythms only they can hear. on Maui that will encourage our children to learn more about the world’s diverse countries and cultures.” Maui is home to a large and active “conscious” dance community. One Dance Tribe organizes Upcountry Maui is also home to a vibrant belly dance numerous conscious dance / living events throughout community. Here as elsewhere, belly dance is one the year. Bringing in a host of internationally of the most popular fitness trends in recent years. renowned teachers and facilitators, One Dance “The ancient movements of belly dance are deeply Tribe believes that “what we experience on the transformative,” says Andria who teaches weekly dance floor is what we are becoming as a people.” classes in Paia. “It’s not just about developing a strong and flexible core and a healthy self-image, though According to teacher Kabba Anand, “Dancing the those are all amazing benefits of the dance, it also gives ‘5 Rhythms’ brings us home to the wisdom of our one access to an incredibly supportive community of bodies. It is a practice that reconnects our feet with women, which is something that may be common in our head, our heart with our mind, and our spirit many cultures, but is often sadly lacking in our own.” with source. We workout and meditate, sweat, play and pray, liberating a freestyle movement When we dance, we’re unable to take ourselves too vocabulary, rooted in intuition and breath.” seriously, and this is deeply good for us. Even here in the land of Aloha, and even amid more “enlightened” The idea of dance as prayer is nothing new, of course. Living Aloha Page 15

of the situation. New parts of the brain light up and the dusty corners of the soul are swept out. Dance shows us that we can actually trust our own bodies, not to mention the very ground beneath our feet, and most of the time, that is enough. Andrea Perkins is Maui-based writer, editor, and lover of dance. After graduating from the University of Utah, she worked as an English teacher and journalist in Cairo, Egypt. Her non-fiction, fiction, and poetry have appeared internationally in various print and online publications. Currently, she is working on her second novel and running an independent publishing house called Otis Nebula.

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Conscious Dance Beach Dance - 5 Rhythms with Kabba or Masha Tues 6:30 - 8pm at MYS and Sun 4 - 6pm at MUC Hula Hawaiian Chanting with Makame Wed 5:30 - 6:30pm, Hula Wed 6:30 - 7:30 pm at MYS Hot Hula Fitness with Nicole Thurs 4 - 5pm at MYS Tahitian Dance with Mahana Thurs 6 - 7:15pm at MYS Belly Dance Classical and Tribal Fusion Technique with Andria, Mon Basics 5pm - 6:15, Advanced 6:30 - 8pm at MYS Tribal Style Synchronized Group Improv with Emily Axtell, Wed 6 - 7:30 pm Malama Healing Arts in Haiku. Cabaret and folkloric with Mirayah Delamar at SET. Tribal Fusion Drills, Creating Combinations Lynette Day at SET. Sun Jan 5, 12, 19 and 26, 2 - 5 pm.

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An Incredible Response By Daniel Betts

animals, we must live the healthy and sustainable life we want to live than the life corporate America wants us to.

Even though this is the first issue of Living Aloha, we have been blown away by the incredible response we have received from the Maui wellness community for our health-oriented publication. Before even going to press for the first time we realized we would need to limit our advertising space in order to maintain a good editorial balance. This is a wonderful way to begin a new venture and we are feeling most blessed by this response.

With much sincere gratitude we would like to highly recommend the following businesses that have chosen to support our endeavor. Many of these local businesses are not just names on a list but are highly valued members of our community who provide unique and much valued health-related products and services to locals and visitors from all over the world. We are all spreading aloha. Maui is changing the world.

As a regular feature of Living Aloha Magazine, we plan to highlight all our new advertisers and seeing as this our premier issue this first list will be understandably large, but this fact also demonstrates the importance and significance of the message we want to convey, and proves that it is shared by many. While we take care of ourselves, the land and the


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Sustainable Living Ahimsa Sanctuary Farms Tour a sustainable, organically managed permaculture and garden demonstration project that uses wind and solar energy. Master gardener Eddie Garcia will give you an amazing education on natural farming that you will never forget. There are weekly tours on Thursdays at 10 AM & Saturdays at 2 PM. 4505 Hana Hwy – Haiku, HI 808-572-0253 ECO Rental Car It’s the right way to go. Featuring biodiesel, hybrids and electric vehicles for rent. Close to the Maui airport. 808-873-6121 Maui Recycling Services If not now, when? Home and business recycling pick up services. 808-244-0443 Leilani Farm Sanctuary Recommend this unforgettable experience in paradise to friends and family. Meet and interact with friendly farm animals. Pet chickens, deer, pigs, goats, rabbits, donkeys and much more. Humane Education for the family. For reservations please call. 260 East Kuiaha Rd., Haiku, HI 808-298-8544 Creative Expression and Spirituality At Mo Suria Be sure to check out her January Art Exhibition. On display during January’s First Friday festivities in Wailuku on January 3rd, 2014. Wailuku Coffee Company 26 N. Market Street, Wailuku, HI Awen Arts Offering general counseling and a variety of creative and nature-based experiences for individuals and Living Aloha Page 19

groups. The services provided include; expressive arts therapy, creative activities for life enrichment, naturebased experiences and mindful movement such as improvisational dance, t’ai chi ch’uan, chi gong, and yoga. All offerings are designed to support wellness in daily life and during significant life transitions. 503-277-8976 Green Lotus Find Rare Crystals, Asian Art, Books, Massage Tools, Incense and more. 2086 Main St. Wailuku, HI. 808-244-2300 Awakening in Paradise This is a boutique for body, mind and soul, with a large selection of products. Intuitive readers are often available for personal consultations. 1215 S. Kihei Rd. – Kihei, HI. 808-891-1114 Exotic Eye Tattoo This talented internationally travelled artist is available by appointment only. We love her work. 1995 Main St. Suite 2E, Wailuku, HI 808-359-1060 Atelier Maui Receive classic European instruction in drawing and painting. Art classes featuring portrait, figure, and still life are available. 808-633-4873 BC Web Designs “Anything is possible if you just let creativity flow.” They do business cards, logos, brochures, fliers, ads, websites and more. Call Bill at 808-572-4177 The Love Shack Health and wellness through sensuality. Taste, touch, discover and enjoy! Visit Maui’s premium adult store. Thinking of hosting a Love Shack Bachelorette or Home Party, give Niki a call 808-344-1004. 1913 S. Kihei Road, Unit L, Kihei, HI. 808-875-0303 Page 20 Living Aloha

Judy Flores Judy will teach you the practical tools that allow you to achieve and maintain new ways of relating to yourself and the world. You will receive support to break free of long-held blocks or limiting beliefs that interfere with your health, personal relationships, self-esteem, and spiritual connection. 360-540-2355

Choice Health Bar Local, Fresh and Organic. They have the best vegan and raw food restaurant on the West Side. Mellow atmosphere where you can meet some new friends with like minds on some big tables and a couch even. 1087 Limahana Place (mountain side of the highway next to Westside Vibes) Lahaina, HI 808-661-7711

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Farmers Market Located in Honokowai, the Farmers Market is Get Raw with Chef Ali Kat a must visit for the health conscious consumer. Ali Kat makes many pastries and raw ice dreams. More than just a normal outdoors kind of farmer’s Besides having the best tiramisu on the planet, all market, it’s actually a natural foods grocery store of her deserts are 100% Organic, Vegan and wheat with a delicious vegan salad bar, fresh smoothies, dairy, soy & agave free. local fruit and vegetables. It also happens to be right Available at Alive & Well, Rodeo General Store in across the street from a beach made for a picnic. Makawao & Kihei, Hanzawa’s, Honokowai Farmer’s 3636 Lower Honoapi’ilani Road, Lahaina, HI. Market and Down To Earth. If they’re sold out again 808-669-7004 please tell the manager to get more next time. 808-721-8832

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Body Temple Gourmet Body Temple is an organic, vegan and raw food culinary institute, delicious healthy catering & personal chef service and an optimum health information hot spot. They offer simple healthy food preparation classes, a three-month advanced vegan and raw food chef certification course, a healthy lifestyle immersion program, juice and raw food cleansing programs, yoga, natural face and body care classes and more. 808-250-6578 Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods For the natural rhythms of life, Hawaiian Moons offers local organic fresh produce, grocery and deli, promoting healthy food, good fitness and a sustainable lifestyle. 2411 S. Kihei Rd. Kihei, HI. 808-875-4356

Vegan Fusion Mark Reinfeld is the winner of’s “Recipe of the Year Award” for 2011 and has over 20 years experience preparing creative vegan and raw food cuisine. He is described by as being “poised on the leading edge of contemporary vegan cooking.” Mark was the founding chef of the Blossoming Lotus Restaurant in Kauai. He has food preparation classes and workshops all around the world. 808-822-0820 Yoga/Body Work/Health/Music/Dance Maui Yoga and Dance Shala Offering yoga classes, yoga teacher trainings and yoga retreats in Maui, Hawaii. Nadia Toraman founded Maui Yoga Shala 14 years ago in Paia out of a desire to share her passion for Yoga, and that strong passion and love for the practice continues continued on page 30

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Living Aloha’s Directory of Wellness and Healthy Living YOGA STUDIOS

Maui Yoga & Kickboxing 115 E Lipoa St #202 Kihei, HI 96753 808-463-8811 Anahata Yoga Annette Davidsson 808-359-3181

Maui Yoga Shala 381 Baldwin Ave Paia, HI 96779 808-283-4123

Kihei Community Yoga 1847 S. Kihei Rd. #103 Kihei, HI 96753 808-269-2794


Haiku Hot Yoga 375 W. Kuiaha Rd. Haiku, HI 96708 808-866-0665

Maui Yoga Path 2960 S. Kihei Rd. Kihei, HI 96753 808-874-5545

Maui Living Yoga & Spa 161 Hana Highway Paia, HI 96779 808-866-7681

Maui Beach Yoga Call for location 808-385-6466

UPCOUNTRY Paia, Haiku, Makawao, Pukalani. Kula

Makawao Yoga 1170 Makawao Ave, Unit 1 Makawao, HI 96768 808-359-2252 Maui Movement Arts Taoist Yoga, Chi Gong, Tai Chi & Meditation 71 Baldwin Ave. Ste D-1 Paia, HI 96779 808-268-7913 Maya Yoga 808-268-9426 Huelo, HI Wisdom Flow Yoga Jennifer Lynn 808-268-4095 SOUTH SIDE Kihei, Wailea

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WEST SIDE Lahaina, Ka’anapali, Kapalua Bikram Yoga 845 Waine’e Street #204 Lahaina, HI 96761 Island Spirit Yoga 840 Wainee St. Lahaina, HI 96761 808-667-2111 CENTRAL MAUI Kahului, Wailuku Bikram Yoga Kahului 251 Lalo St. Kahului, HI 96732 808-872-2402 Body Alive Yoga 1995 Main St., 2nd Floor Wailuku, HI 96793 808-987-1928

UPCOUNTRY Reiki Sessions & Training Bill Cox 808-572-4177 Arunee Thai Bodywork 808-633-6509 Divine Alignment 808-635-6122 Malama Healing Arts Center Massage Therapy & School 808-579-8525 Maui Rolfing 808-344-8025 Ho’omana Spa Maui 808-573-8256 The Maui School of Therapeutic Massage 808-572-1888 Authentic Thai Bodywork Sunisa 808-298-1523 Hands of Light Coreena 808-268-6807

Heavenly Pivot Acupuncture Naya Cheung Rice 808-633-1753 SOUTH SIDE Mauli Ola Massage Julie Niemi 808-280-8994 Brian Bodyworks & Chiropractic 808-633-6223 Kihei Chiropractic 808-879-0638 Dr. Michael Pierner Chiropractic Care 808-875-4357 Shalandra Abbey Reiki Master, Author 808-280-7704 WEST SIDE Kapalua Spa 808-665-8282 Maui Massage & Wellness 808-669-4500 mauimassageandwellness. com Zensations Spa 808-669-0100 Complete Chiropractic & Massage R. Charles Lewis 808-283-4322 Galan Sports Chiropractic & Massage

Living Aloha’s Directory of Wellness and Healthy Living 808-344-5066 Healing Hands Chiropractic of Maui Anthony Jayswal, D.C. 808-662-4476 Richard Sargent, D.C. Chiropractor 808-667-2040 Ocean LightForce Chiropractic Maui 808-419-6450 lightforcechiropracticmaui. com VanQuaethem Chiropractic 808-667-7700 Len Jacoby, L.Ac Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Herbs 808-662-4808 Reiki with Jenna 408-621-4102 Reiki Maui HI Patricia Gould 808-281-9001 Dr. Nancy Lins, N.D. Naturopathic Physician 808-667-9554 CENTRAL MAUI Spa Luna Massage 808-575-2440 Karine Villemure Massage Therapy and Clinical Skin Care 808-298-9512

Maui Therapeutic Massage Dean Nicklaw 808-250-1073 Giselle Peterson 808-283-4047 Green Ti Boutique and Massage 808-242-8788

Roth Chiropractic 808-244-0312 Hale Malu Karine Villemure 808-298-9512 Chatterbox Boutiki 808-873-8446

Joanne Green Therapeutic Massage 808-344-9344

Quan Yin Family Health 808-242-6761 www.nccoaomdiplomates. com/qyfh

Bowenwork Maui Jennifer Carey 808-269-3498

Maui Aromatouch Jan Harmon 808-298-1262

Sabai Massage Therapy 808-463-7734

I’ao Acupuncture & Spa Christine Asuncion, Lac 808-249-8280

Chinese Traditional Bodywork 808-269-7342 Authentic Thai Bodywork Nom 808-344-2695 Authentic Thai Bodywork Neng 808-269-3932 Thai Bodywork Pimon 808-344-4923 Wailuku Health Center Andrew M. Janssen, DC Chiropractor 808-572-5599 Erin L. Elster, DC Chiropractor 808-866-6551

MASSAGE SCHOOLS MAUI Spa Luna Massage School 808-575-2440 Malama Healing Arts Center Massage Therapy & School 808-579-8525 Sabai Massage School 808-463-7734 Ho’omana Spa Maui 808-573-8256 The Maui School of Therapeutic Massage 808-572-1888 GYMS & FITNESS TRAINERS UPCOUNTRY Upcountry Fitness 810 Kokomo Rd. Haiku, HI 96708 808-575-7334 Crossfit UpCountry 850 Haliimaile Rd. Makawao, HI 96768 808-281-6925 Anytime Fitness 3390 Old Haleakala Hwy Pukalani, HI 96768 808-633-6463 In Home Personal Trainer Functionalty / Core Training Marco 310-367-6002 SOUTH SIDE The Gym Maui 300 Ohukai, B 202 Kihei, HI 96753 808-891-8108 Valley Isle Fitness Center 41 E. Lipoa St. Kihei, HI 96753 808-874-2844 Reps-Training Center 161 Wailea Ike Pl. Wailea, HI 96753 808-875-1066 WEST SIDE

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Living Aloha’s Directory of Wellness and Healthy Living Body in Balance 142 Kupuohi St. Building # F2 Lahaina, HI 96761 808-661-1116 Crossfit State of Mind 219 Kupuohi St. Lahaina, HI 96761 808-446-6007 Team Beachbody Laura T. Pelayo 808-298-6288 Lahaina Cross Fit Megan Hildebrand 219 Kupuohi St. Lahaina, HI 96761 808-286-9422 Kapalua Spa Thomas Ockerman 808-665-8282 CENTRAL MAUI 24 Hour Fitness 150 Hana Hwy. Kahului, HI 96732 808-877-7474 Maui Jewell Fitness 65 W. Ka’ahumanu Ave., Unit 10 Kahului, HI 96732 808-214-2929 Maui Family YMCA 250 Kanaloa Ave. Kahului, HI 96732 808-242-9007

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Curves 180 Wakea Ave., #1 Kauhului, HI 96732 808-877-7222 Cross Fit RFM 1790 Mill St. Wailuku, HI 96793 808-298-5604 Gold’s Gym-Wailuku 871 Kolu St., # 103 Wailuku, HI 96793 808-242-5773 Maui Sports Conditioning 530 E. Uahi Way Wailuku, HI 96703 808-357-1303 NATURAL FOOD MARKETS UPCOUNTRY Mana Foods 49 Baldwin Ave. Paia, HI 96779 808-579-8078 SOUTH SIDE HAWAIIAN MOONS 2411 South Kihei Road. Kihei, HI, 96753 808-875-4356 WESTSIDE Farmer’s Market 3636 Lower Honoapiilani Lahaina, HI 96761 808-669-7004

CENTRAL MAUI Down To Earth Market 305 Dairy Rd Kahului, HI 96732 808-877-2661 Alive & Well 340 Hana Hwy. Kahului, HI 96732 808-877-4950 Whole Foods Market 70 E. Kaahumanu Ave. Kahului, HI 96732 808-872-3310 VEGAN/VEGETARIAN RAW FOOD RESTAURANTS UPCOUNTRY Fresh Mint 115 Baldwin Ave. Paia, HI 96779 808-579-9144 Maui Kombucha 810 Kokomo Rd #136 Haiku, HI 96708 808-575-5233 Veg-Out 810 Kokomo Rd. Haiku 96708 808-575-5320, WESTSIDE Choice Health Bar 1087 Limahana Pl. Lahaina, HI 96761 808-661-7711

Farmer’s Market 3636 Lower Honoapiilani Rd. Lahaina, HI 96761 808-669-7004 CENTRAL MAUI Down To Earth Market 305 Dairy Rd Kahului, HI 96732 808-877-2661 VEGAN ICE CREAM Highly recommended Coconut Glen’s Ice Cream On the road to Hana mile marker 27.5 808-248-4876 VEGAN/VEGETARIAN CHEFS/CATERING Indian Vegan Catering 808-281-0571 Jessica Qsar Health Supportive Chef & Wellness Coach 808-264-4939 Body Temple Gourmet Brook Le”amohala & Ava 808-250-6578 Angel Green Certified Gourmet & Pastry Raw Vegan Chef and Instructor Yoga retreats, classes, workshops 808-866-0857 Coreena-Raw Foods Chef 808-573-9087 Macrobiotic Hawaii-Oahu Chef Leslie Ashburn

Living Aloha’s Directory of Wellness and Healthy Living ANIMAL CARE / VETERNARIANS Leilani Farm Sanctuary 260 East Kuiaha Road Haiku, HI 96708 808-298-8544 BooBoo Zoo East Maui Animal Refuge 25 Maluaina Place Haiku, HI 96708 808-572-8308 Pacific Primate Sanctuary 808-572-8089

(808) 572-9021 Hale Akua Garden Farm 110 Door of Faith Rd. Huelo, HI 96708 808-572-9300 SOUTH SIDE Palms at Wailea 3200 Wailea Alanui Dr. Kihei, HI 96753 888-901-4521 EAST SIDE

Island Fresh 808-664-1129 OAHU Kula Fields Produce Delivery 808-280-2099 Fresh Aloha Direct 808-677-9516 Ma’o Organic Fruit & Veggies 808-696-5569’ FARMER’S MARKETS

West Maui Animal Clinic 232 Lahainaluna Rd. 808-662-0099

Halemano Hana Highway Kipahulu, HI 96713 808-248-7071

Upcountry Farmers Market Kulamlu Town Center 55 Kiopaa St. Pukalani, HI

Eco Dogs & Cats

Ala Kukui 4224 Hana Hwy H?na, HI 808-248-7841

Kahului Farmers Market Saturday, 7 AM to 1 PM 310 W Ka’ahumanu Ave Kahului, HI 96732 808- 244-3100

MAUI RETREAT CENTERS UPCOUNTRY Heart Path Journeys 470 Kaluanui Rd. Makawao, HI 96768 808-243-7284 Lumeria Maui Retreat Center 1813 Baldwin Ave Makawao, HI 855- 579-8877 Banyan Tree House Bed & Breakfast 3265 Baldwin Ave. Makawao, HI

CENTRAL MAUI Temple of Tantra 1371 Malaihi Rd Wailuku, HI 96793 808-244-4921 HOME PRODUCE DELIVERY (CSA) MAUI Kula Fields Produce Delivery 808-280-2099 Maui Grocery Service 808-283-3135

Kihei Farmers Market Saturday, 8 AM to 12 Noon 95 Lipoa St. Kihei, HI 96753 808-357-4564 Makawao Farmers Market Wednesday, 10 AM to 5 PM 3654 Baldwin Ave Makawao, HI 96768 Lahaina Honokowai Farmers Market Mon/Wed/Fri 7 AM to 11 AM 3636 Lower Honoapi’ilani Lahaina, HI 96761 808- 669-7004

Hana Fresh Farmers Market Monday, 3 PM to 6 PM Thursday, 11 AM to 3 PM 4590 Hana Highway Hana, HI 96713 ECO FRIENDLY HOMECARE Green Room OrganicsEcofriendly Cleaning Service 808-333-9423 SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS MAUI Rising Sun Solar 808-575-2202 Haleakala Solar 808-871-8654 Sun King Solar & Water 877-786-5464 Sunetric 808-242-2722 Hawaii Pacific Solar 808-661-1166 Poncho’s Solar Service 808-760-2345 OAHU Revolusun 808-748-8888 Solar City 888-765-2489

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Leilani Farm Sanctuary: Shelter and care for rescued animals eyelashes!) and reached out to gently stroke her elegant neck. The Sanctuary feels peaceful and harmonious: chickens mingle with rabbits, goats hang out with donkeys and pigs. A blind pig named George (whose artfully-painted house, ironically, has the best view-spot on the land) lumbers about among ducks and geese. As I cuddled a chicken named Pumpkin, I felt her soft-feathered warmth and came to know something of her soul. Entering a rabbit yard, I spotted two charming African tortoises, Clarice and Clementine. Yes, it’s true, the legendary hare and the tortoise are, in reality, quite compatible cohabitants! The Sanctuary is unique in the freedom it offers these animals to be themselves in our presence. That intimacy with the animals, on their terms, is part of what promises to be a life-and heart-changing experience for visitors.

by Barry Sultanoff Leilani Farm Sanctuary, an all-volunteer non-profit organization located on nearly eight heavenly acres of tropical land, was created to provide shelter and care for rescued animals, and humane education to the community. There are rolling green pastures for goats and donkeys to graze, hundreds of trees for the cats to climb, a botanical garden for rabbits, and jungle environments for the chickens to explore. Visitors experience an unforgettable adventure in paradise, meeting friendly farm animals and learning about the history of the land and the animals who reside there. The spirit of Leilani Farm Sanctuary is best conveyed by the Hawaiian phrase Lani Ku Honua: “Heaven on Earth.” The Sanctuary prides itself on being a paradise for rescued animals. But humans can do themselves a special favor, too, by visiting the Sanctuary grounds and mingling with its four-legged and winged residents. Growing up in rural Maryland, I often saw deer grazing near my family home. I was enchanted by their graceful movements and regal antlers. But not until I encountered Veronica, the spotted deer at Leilani Farm Sanctuary, had I ever looked a deer directly in the eye (and oh my, what

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The Sanctuary’s mission is, in a word, compassion. When one falls in love with a chicken, rabbit, goat, duck, or pig, he no longer imagines that animal on his dinner plate -- but rather as a lifetime friend. Farm tours are offered Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. Visitors are invited to kiss a donkey, cuddle a chicken, pet the friendly cats, give a pig a belly rub, brush the goats, and feed carrots to furry rabbits. Reservations are required. For another hands-on immersion, one can volunteer for half a day or more. In fact, there are many ways to help: donations of time, needed supplies, and of course, tax-deductible monetary contributions are most welcome at this storybook farm in Haiku. The Farm’s founder and director, Laurelee Blanchard, is a talented photographer whose photos of visitors and the animals are featured on the Sanctuary website. If you’re lucky, you will be offered prize photographs of your visit there, to take home--and to spark a lifetime of memories. Web: Email: Phone: 808-298-8544

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continued from page 23 to today. Now they have a full complement of Yoga and Dance teachers of many styles and backgrounds. They also host many live music events and weekly kirtans with Jivatma. 381 Baldwin Ave, Paia, HI. 808-283-4123 Maui Reiki Reiki is a technique that provides stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. Usui/ Tibetan Reiki Master Bill Cox performs standard Reiki sessions, healing sessions and training in all levels. 808-572-4177 Spa Luna Besides being one of the best spas on Maui, Spa Luna also offers exciting holistic education programs dedicated to professional success in the

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