SPIRIT FEST is a truly expansive gathering focused on inspiration and connection to explore and deepen your personal and global ancient spiritual beliefs and practices. Held by the context of ALOHA, this event features spiritual leaders who have come to share principles dedicated to immerse you in the depths of your own divine wisdom.
Aloha and Mahalo for registering for Spirit Fest 2023 in Maui, Hawaii!
310 W KA`AHUMANU AVE
1. Enter on KA`AHUMANU & SOUTH WAKEA AVE
2. Turn Right to reach the parking lot on the left.
Johnelle Madera - What's your story?
Ryan Souza - Sermon on Aloha
Presentation: The Allness of Aloha
Rob Young - Thriving in Cultural Diversity
Websites: YoungWorldMedia.com | DreamRootsCreative.com
Deported Veterans Campaign: Americanunmade.com | BringThemHomeFilm.com
Music: Life is 2020 in Hindsight
Mark Tajiri - Trinity of Consciousness
Michale Chatham - Celebrating Ha
Mellisa Cassanova - Astrology
Keolamau - Intro to Tarot
Trinette Furtado - Moon Studies
Cambria Berger - Coming Home to Yourself
Book a complimentary one hour coaching exploration:
J.R. Moorhead - Vision/ Kuana'ike
J.R. Moorhead - Sunday Morning Meditation & Magic
Marata Hoet - Know Thyself
Elijah McShane - Ancestral Connection for Modern Wellness
Pono settler course: awakenedaloha.org/ponocourse
@sonofoahu on TIKTOK & Instagram
LOCATION: Kukona Pl, Wailuku, HI 96793, United States
ACTIVITY: Beach clean up, cleaning the lo’i halo (taro patch)
BRING: Clothes to get dirty, hat, sunscreen
Where is the event located?
University of Hawaii’s Maui campus | 310 W Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului, HI 96732
Pilina Building in the Student Lounge. We will have some signage up to direct you to the event.
Will food be provided?
Breakfast will be catered at the event site with healthy and vegetarian options and will be buffet-style. This year for lunch, you will be able to pre-order a meal, though we have to get all food requests to the caterer by Friday, March 10th. Check your email for the link to order lunches. (We have made every effort to accommodate a variety of dietary preferences. If you have a medical restriction, please let our team know as soon as possible.) If you do not order your lunch, we will order one for you.
What are the agenda hours each day?
Breakfast will begin at 8 am daily and the event will begin promptly at 9am. Friday and Saturday will end at approximately 6:30 pm. Sunday will end at 4:30 pm. Friday morning, we will have an opening ceremony shortly after 8 am.
Do you recommend renting a car?
It is a short walk from the Maui Beach Hotel to the campus. Consider the weather, Maui can have rain showers in the Spring. A few of our guests are planning to rent a car. A car is helpful if you want to explore the island.
Is it cold in the building?
The building's temperature fluctuates so we recommend bringing layers for classroom time.
Are there any evening activities planned?
Currently, there are no evening activities planned. There will be an offering by our sponsor, Whole Frog, that you can choose into after each day (and maybe more!), this will be a body care/ mobility offering for you to help you be present with the event by addressing any physical discomforts that you may have.
What is the dress code for the event?
The dress code is up-casual.
What will the weather be like?
We recommend checking the forecast before traveling. Currently, there is rain in the forecast for at least one of the days.
How will I receive communications about the event?
You will receive communications about the event via email prior to the event. Once at the event, all communications will be via text message.
Still have questions?
You may direct any questions to: email@example.com
We are so excited to have you at the annual Spirit Fest event. Our mission is to be stewards of positive change. We will unite current and future spiritual leaders to plant seeds of global change. We are thrilled to have you along for this incredible event!
The Spirit Fest Team
For any questions or inquiries please contact us at 808.368.4684
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kindness, to act and to speak with kindness
Unity, to bring about harmony in spite of differences
Pleasantness, internal peacefulness
Modesty, humility, openness
Patience, waiting for the ripe moment – to persevere
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