‘Aha Wahine 2012 closing remarks
Christiane Bolosan-Yee, a workshop instructor and owner of SMART Ohana, will empower you with education and tools that will introduce all-natural concepts into your ohana in a simple way. Learn about Environment, Health and Cost benefits of using cloth diapers, making your own baby food and making your own baby wipes. An all-natural parenting approach can be great for growing families and the aina.
The Prison Writing Project, a program at the Women’s Community Correctional Center in Kailua, is making a vital difference in the lives of inmates, assisting them in addressing the issues that brought them to prison. The participants are part of the Hulihia Project, a program that teaches creative writing to women inmates. Program Director Pat Clough and her volunteer staff help the women channel their frustration, anger, and disappointment to pen and paper. Through their writing exercises, these inmates are able to reflect on experiences and poor decisions, and realize the strength and opportunities to change their lives. Their creative efforts are published in their series of books titled, “Hulihia: Writings from Prison.
Ask a Kauka: Wahine Health Prevention will be lead by Dee-Ann Carpenter, Assistant Professor of Native Hawaiian Health at JABSOM.
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When ‘uhane is pono, the kino is pono. LiAnn Uyeda of Aloha Lomilomi will tackle the topic of daily stress that effect your choices, attitude, perspective, and health. Lomilomi for the Spirit opens the door for you to be pono, which opens the door for all surrounding you to be pono.
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Puni Freitas, Education Coordinator for Ho’oulu Aina will lead a discussion on traditional Hawaiian healing practices for women.
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