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All Islands Health Talk 2009 Hawaii Healing Garden - Big Island Festival

2009 Hawaii Healing Garden - Big Island Festival

Hawaii Healing Garden
Hawai'i - Big Island Festival
December 20, 2009


The 2009 Hawaii Healing Garden - Big Island Festival & Solstice Celebration will be held at the Amy Greenwell Botanical Garden, Sunday Dec 20, 2009 from 10:00am-4:00pm.

There will be special Pre-Festival Workshops Saturday Dec 19. See Full Schedules for updated times and locations.

Pre-Festival Workshops
Saturday, December 19
- 10:00am-3:00pm
Traditions of Hawaiian Healing
- Workshop with Kumu Alva Andrews a gifted spiritual and physical healer. His form of lomi lomi incorporates ho'oponopono (mental cleansing in preparation for long term results)

FESTIVAL DAY - 10:00-4:00
Sunday, December 20

Sundays Festival & Solstice Celebration will be held at Amy BH Greenwell Ethno-Botanical Garden in Captain Cook, Kailua Kona. The Solstice Celebration will be held in collaboration with the South Kona Green Market, and will feature cultural presentations, speakers, children’s programs, plants produce, cooking demos, and educational presentations, music & entertainment.

The Festival will feature Healthy & Green services, natural products, and organic goods, massage and health practitioners. A non-profit section will feature community groups & educational presenters. There will be, kids activities, healthy food and family fun, with special focus on a zero waste event.

See Full Schedule below >>>


Sunday December 20, 2009

Festival & Solstice Celebration Day


Get Direction
Location: Amy BH Greenwell Ethno-Botanical Garden Kailua Kona Map
82-6188 Mamalahoa Highway, Captain Cook, HI‎ - (808) 323-3318


SCHEDULE: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Main Stage Presentations 9:30-4:00
Cooking & massage demos, cultural presentations, drumming, music & more!

Health Fair - Vendor Booths 10:00-4:00
Healing Arts Fair with massage, plants, products, food booths and more!

Lei Contest - 10:00-3:00
Coconut Bowling Contest - 2:00-3:00

SCHEDULE: 9:30 - 4:00 pm

  9:30 - Opening Pule - Traditional Hawaiian Blessing

  9:45 - Acrosage - Acrobatic Yoga Massage Demonstration

10:00 - Qi Gong - Morning movement with Dr Linda Hole

10:30 - Scents of the Garden - Big Island Flower Essences with Melia Goodenow of Hawaiian Rainforest Flower Essences

11:00 - Traditions of Hawaiian Healing - with Kumu Alva Andrews sharing traditional Hawaiian uses of taro, noni, awa (kava), pa'akai (salt), aloe.

12:00 - Making Spirits Bright: Healthy Holiday Cooking - Demo & Tasting with Dodi-Lishcous! Learn her favorite Go-Ginji Cranberry, Lilikoi Sauce that will wow your taste buds & your immune system! 
Sponsored by The New! Down to Earth All Vegetarian Organic & Natural in Hilo www.downtoearth.org

12:00 - Dynamic Governance + BIHWA Meeting - The newly re-named Big Island Health & Wellness Alliance is hosting a meeting of health & wellness practitioners as well as a speaker from California, Carolyn Marie. Known for her organizational work with "green" builders, Marie will speak about "Dynamic Governance" in communities. (Kuki tree picnic area)

  1:00 - The Stone Age Diet - Important health perspectives on the traditional and modern diets - with Dr. Jonathan James MD, board certified in internal and anti-aging Medicine.

  1:30 - Putting the Culture Back in Agriculture - Panel Discussion with Ken Love of Hawaiian Island Tropical Fruit Growers, authour & teacher Krista Donaldson, Greg Smith of Earth Matters, and Tom Baldwin of Uluwehi Farm & Nursery, facilitated by Randyl Rupar founder of Sanctuary of Mana Kea Gardens.

  2:00 - Musical Mele with Millicent Cummings - award winning singer, songwriter and guitarist, recording and multi-media fine artist, producer, teacher and activist. A 2009 Hanohano Hoku award nominee for her album entitled 'Altar Native". www.millicentcummings.com

  3:00 - Music with Bolo - Kona born Bolo Mikiela Rodrigues, showcases Hawaiian, Slack Key Guitar, with Puerto Rican, blues, rock, & reggae flavors.  Bolo is co- writer on this years grammy nominated album called HE NANI. He was an official contestant on AMERICAS GOT TALENT last year and will be trying this year again! Don't miss Bolo's legendary Guitar-ukulele duo  performance. www.creatingha.com

 

            


2009 VENDOR BOOTHS (updated daily!)
Hawaii Health Guide - Presenting Sponsor
Amy Greenwell Ethno-Botanical Garden
Big Island Health & Wellness Alliance

Kumu Alva Traditions of Hawaiian Healing

Alpha Stim

Dr. Linda Hole

Hawaiian Rainforest Flower Essences

Dragonfly Ranch - Wellness Retreats & Products
Sanctuary of Mana Ke'a Gardens

Uluwehi Farm & Nursery
Upper Cervical Health Centers of America
Marantz School of AcroSage
One Island.org
Henna by Angela Cruz

Walea Wellness Spa
Warren Botanicals

Gabriela's Intuitive Guidance
Hananaia
Hawaii Organic Farmers Association
Dr. Georgie Fong
Clothing for Health


 
 





 
 

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2009 Sponsors
 
Presenting Sponsor

Hawaii Health Guide www.HawaiiHealthGuide.com

 
Fiscal Sponsor Associate Sponsors Venue Sponsor
The Forward Foundation Sponsor
Forward Foundation

Hawaii Tourism Authority
Hawaii Tourism Authority

 
Official Sponsors
Organic Food Bars
Organic Food Bar

 
Seeds of Change

Herbs America
Herbs of America

Herbs of America - Maca Magic www.macaroot.com
Herbs of America
Go Airlines iflygo.com

 


Inspiration Journal
Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories
Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories


Edible Hawaiian Islands


Official

Mosquito Shield Sponsor

SecondSkinNaturals.com
Kona Natural Foods   Mauna Kea Gardens  
 MAHALO!

 






 

 

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