This wellness program focuses on the most effective protocol to bring the awareness of one’s health in mind, body and spirit, transformational/cleansing process and familiarizing with wellness practice in daily routine.
This wellness program will foster the clients with skills and strength to:
- Assess and understand their current level of wellness
- Distinguish the harmful and beneficial food for each individual as well as the tools to make healthy choices both in eating-out or home cooking situations
- Determine ideal physical and mindful exercise regime and lifestyle for each individuals
- Learn how to monitor their own performance and how to sustain wellness practice, which result in gaining ability to take control of their own health.
RETREAT PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS
1. Holistic Nutritional Medicine Consultation
The client is provided with questionnaires to analyse his/her body constitution, current health condition and past health conditions to determine the best suitable individualized treatment protocol/ wellness program and on-going sustainable diet and lifestyle plan.
2. Individualized detox program
Depends on the individual health conditions and body constitution, the participants are provided with individualized detox programs which include instruction on the program, exercise for mind and physical exercise to assist cleansing process, tailored cleansing diet, self-reflection method and sharing circle with other participants.
Material details: supplements
3. Individual Tailored Therapeutic Cooking workshop
The clients’ health conditions and health goals are being assessed during the consultation with Nutritional Medicine practitioner. Then the clients are guided through each step from how to choose, prepare, cook and consume the beneficial food that are specific to each individual to aid the management of the conditions. The class includes practical skills on how to choose beneficial foods over harmful foods in-various shopping situations and how to create health supportive cupboard at client’s own kitchen.
4. Total wellbeing cooking journey
The participants learn how to choose healthy ingredients, prepare, cook and consume wholesome food while engaging the whole process in mindfulness method, which in return increase the nutritional benefit to the body from food consumption. This class includes practical skills on how to choose healthy foods over the unhealthy in various shopping situations and how to create healthy kitchen.
5. The ultimate wellness physical exercise- Taichi/Qi gong
While it is generally perceived as martial art, Tai chi and Qi gong are internal exercises that help practitioners to foster internal energy, ‘Qi’ while cultivating peace and stillness in mind-body-spirit connection. It is meant to improve circulation of blood and oxygen that consequently results in the elimination of harmful substances out of the body and assist powerful healing to take place.
It is designed to practice daily for the best benefit.
6. Kahuna bodywork– profoundly facilitates cleansing and healing process
Originally it was practiced in ancient Hawaii as part of ceremony for rite of passage in the royal families, performed by only qualified Kahunas.
Kahuna body workers in modern days are trained in special retreat settings based on the principle of ‘Family’. These totally sensational long and dynamic strokes are the applications of the ancient Hawaiian martial art movements called‘Ka’alele au’. It requires great level of mental and physical focus and strength for a body worker to perform effective Kahuna bodywork. Generally it takes years of training until one gets qualified as a Kahuna bodyworker.
This inspirational experience, so-called “psycho-transformational experience”,often allows the clients to experience total awareness of self and total liberation. The uniqueness in terms of the performance of bodywork is that there is no intent anticipated from the giver and the receiver.
For more information on what Kahuna bodywork is, please follow the link of Australian College of Kahuna sciences at http://www.kahunasciences.edu.au/kahuna_articles.html.