HAPUNA BEACH PRINCE HOTEL
MAUNA KEA BEACH HOTEL
HAWAII PRINCE HOTEL WAIKIKI
Guaranteed Ocean Views,
FREE NIGHTS, resort credits and
No mandatory resort fees.
Spring Into Summer inclusions vary by resort
for stays April 1 - June 30, 2015, inclusive.
Some restrictions apply.
• WHAT YOU’LL LEARN Your digestive system is known as “the second brain” because
the vagus nerve actually manufactures more
neurotransmitters than the brain does. For
example, about 80 percent of your serotonin is
made in the gut. Hence gut health is essential
for mental and emotional health.
WHERE Oceanfront luxury hotel Halekulani
has just introduced the “Living as an Art”
lecture series, featuring wellness expert
Kamala Skipper. The event occurs on the last
Saturday of the month and is complimentary
Looking to make your next trip to the
islands a bit more enriching? Here’s a
short list of free talks intended to ensure
you return home with more than a
sunburn and tiki mug. M. T.
for guests; otherwise a $25 fee applies.
• WHAT YOU’LL LEARN Prior to becoming
the most-awarded winter Olympian, Apolo
Ohno as a youth hid out in a friend’s basement
to avoid his first training camp.
WHERE “Study Hall” at The Modern Honolulu
(pictured) is a monthly salon that happens
at 6 p.m. in the hotel's “hidden” speakeasy.
Lecturers include artists, authors, celebrities
and creative types. modernhonolulu.com
• WHAT YOU’LL LEARN At Olelo Hawaii,
you’ll discuss the history of language in
Hawaii and learn how to pronounce Hawaiian
words. At the end of the class, you will receive
a certificate with your Hawaiian name.
WHERE The Fairmont Kea Lani in Wailea was
voted as having the “Best Hawaiian Cultural
Program” by the readers of Maui News. The
program, led by full-time cultural coach
Jonelle Kamai, includes an in-depth Hawaiian
Cultural Tour featuring topics like ancient
Hawaiians’ medicinal uses of native plants
such as lauae, maia and ‘awa and the history
of neighboring islands. The tour concludes in
the resort’s signature restaurant Ko, where
guests have the chance to press fresh sugarcane into juice. The cultural tour begins every
Wednesday at 10 a.m., and a Hawaiian language and history talk is held Thursdays at 9