Personal Retreats & Workshops At Kalani Retreat Center

July 17, 2015, 5:16 PM HST
* Updated July 17, 5:18 PM
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Have you been thinking about exploring dance and yoga classes on the Big Island? For over 40 years, the Kalani Oceanside Retreat Center has been providing Hawai’i residents and visitors a full spectrum of opportunities for healing retreats, dance workshops, bodywork, Big Island eco-adventures, yoga classes, yoga teacher trainings and so much more!

Without a doubt, Kalani Retreat Center is one of the best places to go for personal retreats in Hawai’i. Located in Pahoa, guests can explore a vast array of healing genres including: Edu-vacation packages, yoga vacations, and extended stays. This Big Island locale is also one of the few studios in Hawaii where you can experience guest teachers from all around the world. Past yoga retreats have included events hosted by world renowned yoga instructors like Shiva Rea, Lynne Minton, and Baron Baptiste.

Workshops at Kalani rotate throughout the seasons. They offer Doula trainings, tropical flower arranging, nude retreats, various dance workshops, meditation courses, shamanism studies, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, various massage genre trainings, Watsu, hoopdance, Hula, ecstatic dance, aerial arts, bootcamps and fitness programs, nutrition workshops, writing programs, and so many wonderful workshops in a variety of yoga lineages.

The Kalani Retreat Center now offers a full range of services and opportunities for all visitors. Here, guests can thrive in personal exploration while savoring cozy accommodations, healthy meals, and newly found friends and communities. Here is a place where you can enjoy a rare chance to press the reset button in your life! Kalani is definitely a beautiful and open-minded community that welcomes all lifestyles and belief systems. Kalani also offers a volunteer program for those that want to experience more integrated healing experience in Hawai’i.

For more information about Kalani Retreat Center, visit

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