Mindful Among the Trees & Malama Pono

by Kind Mind – Tenaya Jackman
Situated in the largest and second oldest public park in Hawaii lies a scene of serenity only steps from vivacious Waikiki Beach and the busyness of downtown Honolulu. Mindfulness practiced under a shaded kiawe tree is a chance to bring attentive and loving presence to the current moment through your breath, senses, body and mind.  Let’s join together as the day draws to a close. Malama pono in Hawaiian means ~ to care for yourself.  In caring and attending to your direct experience you expand your capacity to care for all beings.  Donations are welcome and support Kind Mind, Homeless Housing First Program and travel2change.

Highlights

  • Mindful meditation practice
  • Guidance on bringing mindful awareness into your life
  • Meditate outside in Kapiolani Park
  • Optional swim in the ocean afterwards

Know Before You Go

  • Suitable for ages 14 and up
  • Techniques encouraged and practiced by instructor
  • Observation-only also possible if requested
  • Donations benefit Kind Mind, Homeless Housing First Program and travel2change
  • No Drop-Ins; Must book using calendar link on this page above please

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