As the largest retreat center in Hawaii, Kalani is popular among those who wish to explore yoga in a natural and adventurous environment on 120 acres of accommodations, organic agriculture, and preserved heritage. Kalani is designed to help guests get away from everything, offering simple lodging without phones or television, instead offering original art and access to all facilities.
There are daily classes for all interests, including 12 yoga styles, Lauhala weaving, hula, tai chi, dancing, meditation, and bodywork as well as life skills classes. Facilities at Kalani include a small gym, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, and a pool, all surrounded by a tropical jungle that ensures the campus is the ideal temperature at all times. There are also various massage rooms and multiple activity spaces, including a ceremonial lodge. You can also visit the gift shop, relax in the lounge, or play volleyball.
Hale Aloha provides sandwiches, salads, snacks, ice cream, drinks, Wi-Fi, and a gift shop, or you can eat a full casual meal on the Lanai (veranda). The buffet-style meals include tropical produce, fresh caught fish, and vegetarian options. Lodge rooms with shared bath start at $95. The price includes use of Kalani's facilities (pool, hot tub and sauna) but does not include meals.
12-6860 Kalapana-Kapoho Road, Pahoa, Hawaii 96778, Phone: 800-800-6886
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