Ho’oponopono Training Lvl. 1- Beginner Practitioner 

September 21st - 25th

January 18th- 22nd 2019

March 22nd- 26th 2019

Ho’oponopono Level 1 is a beginners level introduction to the process of Ho’oponopono. This is an extensive 5 day retreat that covers the many levels and understandings of Ho’oponopono as a process of healing. This traditional style of Ho’oponopono has been passed down through our lineage of 50 generations which stems from the valley of Halawa on the island of Molokai. After this first level you will be able to practice Ho’oponopono and offer private sessions within this practice.

In this 5 day retreat you will develop a:
· Strong belief in Akua - the Higher Power
· Fluid process of prayer
· Strong sense of intuition
· Familiar understanding of the structure of a Ho’oponopono session
· Clear understanding of the process of forgiving, forgetting and remembering
· Discover the significance of family dynamics and relationships
· Learn the significance of four key questions
· Become clear in what Pohakus (stones or baggage) are
· Learn to become a Luna Ho’oponopono and understand the significance of your role as the conductor of a Ho’oponopono session

· How to complete a whole Ho’oponopono session
· Learn how to set resolutions in your Ho’oponopono sessions
· Introduction of Aka - the cord and your connection to the higher power, your guardians and ancestors

· You will undergo a personal Ho’oponopono session

There will be extensive practice of individual Ho’oponopono Sessions.



73 Cabbadge Tree Rd. Main Creek NSW 2420


Shared Accommodation (2 Spots Available)

Bring your own tent (10 Spots Available)

Transportation to and from Newcastle Airport.

Meals: participants will manage all meal preparations.


Deposit $500 (Non refundable)

Shared Accommodation $2,100

Shared Accommodation Early Bird $1,950

Tent Regular $1,800

Tent Early Bird $1,650

First come, first serve. Payment plans can be established with Kumu Pa'a Kawika Foster or Jessica Foster, Payment plans will not be extended beyond the commencement date of any training.


Nana ka maka, hoʼolohe ka pepeiao, paʼa ka waha.

Observe with the eyes, listen with the ears, shut the mouth. Thus one learns.


Travels throughout Europe, Australia and the US sharing Traditional Hawaiian Knowledge and offers retreats in Hawaii and abroad for those who wish to gain a deeper understanding of the Teachings.