Where in the world is Dr. P?
March 1-9 Dr. P is in Oahu. March 10-13, 2018 Kauai. March 14-22 Oahu, March 23-28 Maui, March 29- April 11 Oahu, April 12-17 Kauai.
Come join Dr. Penny on weekly connection adventures with animals and the land! Everyone is invited to participate, as we circle up with friends of land and sea, to discover what may become possible between us for the good of all. Location varies (see details below). Let’s go to where your favorite animals are!
To begin adventures, we explore a skill set to heighten our awareness. Then we put skills into practice interacting with animals and the land. Then we circle up to talk story (in a specific format to enhance sharing experience).
Sunday, March 11, Private Horse Sanctuary, Kauai. By invitation only.
Sunday, March 18, 7:30-9:30 pm – Heart Dance Ohana at Mark’s Garage 1159 Nuuanu Ave, Honolulu, HI, $15. We will join Amalaia in “an ecstatic dance journey. She builds a safe and sacred container for authentic expression, connection, creation, freedom, joy!” Skills cultivated in dance movement are easily transferable to walking the land, petting a cat, riding a horse …
Sunday, March 25, 9-11 am – Beach Dance Maui, “where movement, music and nature merge”, Po’olenalena Beach Park, Wailea, FREE. We will join Lila Danielle, founder and facilitator to check out “free-form movement to emotive and exhilarating music in a beautiful outdoor venue”.
Sunday, January 7 – Hawaiian Humane Society 2700 Waialae Ave, Honolulu, HI. Meet 10 am near entrance, prepared to meet animals looking for a new home, and learn more about how the Humane Society serves our community. Facility opens at 10 am on Sunday.
Sunday, January 14 – Foster Botanical Garden 50 N Vineyard Boulevard, Honolulu, HI. Meet 9:15 am near entrance, prepared to join “Garden Meditation” from 9:30 to 10:30. Brianna McDowell will guide us thro gentle stretching, breathing and meditation to practice receiving the colors, movements, and sounds around us as we sit in the garden (weather permitting).” Following “Garden Meditation” we will explore a bit on our own and then circle up at ~ 11 am to share experience, concluding by noon. Some of the trees in the 14 acre garden were planted in the 1850s.
January 16 Dr. P is on Kauai. January 17 Dr. P is on Oahu. January 18 – 25 Dr. P is on Mauai at ‘One Dance Tribe’ event. Conscious movement skills can be applied to all human-animal and nature interactions to enhance therapeutic potential between the species.
Sunday, January 28 – Honolulu Zoo 151 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu, HI. Meet 9 am at bench under Banyan shade tree outside of entrance (circle is free, but everyone is responsible for their own zoo entrance fee).
Sunday, February 4 – Ho’omaluhia Botanical Gardens, 45-680 Luluku Rd, Kaneohe, HI. Meet 9:15 am at visitor center, prepared to join “Garden Meditation” from 9:30 to 10:30. Brianna McDowell will guide us thro gentle stretching, breathing and meditation to practice receiving the colors, movements, and sounds around us as we sit in the garden (weather permitting).” Following “Garden Meditation” we will explore a bit on our own and then circle up at ~ 11:15 am to share experience, concluding by noon.
Sunday, February 11 – Snorkel in the Ocean, Kaiona Beach Park, 41-543 Kalanioanaole Highway, Waimanalo, HI (next to big pink house). Meet 9am. Good location for beginners; easy in, easy out, calm waters. Bring mask, fins, snorkel and wetsuit if you have one, and join us for a leisurely swim. Or if you prefer, dip your toes in the water or sit on shore. All it takes is an open curious friendly heart to connect with sea creatures.
Sunday, February 18 – Conscious Movement, Waimanalo behind Ai Love Nalo, 41-1025 Kalanianaole Hwy. Meet 9:45 am prepared to join “Ecstatic Dance” (no experience necessary) from 10-Noon. After which we will circle up (lunch optional) to share experience and explore how we can apply conscious movement in animal and nature interactions. Connection Medicine circle is free, but $10 donation is requested for Ecstatic Dance class.
Sunday, February 25 – Laniakea Beach 61-676 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI. Meet 9 am at honu, sea turtle end (on your right as you face moana, deep open ocean). If we are lucky, we will connect with Turtle as well as volunteers from Malama na Honu organization, whose “Mission is to protect Hawaiian sea turtles through education, public awareness and conservation, in the Spirit of Aloha.”
E-mail email@example.com or leave a voice message at 808-755-5693 with suggestions on your favorite location for a future gathering!
Submit a short story (500 word max with photo) or video clip about your win-win discovery with animals, for a chance to win a complimentary seat ($395 value) at an upcoming 3 day Go Deep Connection Medicine Retreat! Where we weave a friendly container for playing at much deeper, profoundly connected levels. I can hardly wait to see what’s possible between you and me, land and sea!