Huna is a system brought forward from ancient times through an unbroken lineage of 28 generations. It offers an approach to life that brings balance, compassion, purpose, and empowerment to everything you do. It does not compete with other belief systems, but rather enables you to more fully connect to your own traditions in a way that your life is filled with more meaning and intention. Students of Huna apply its principles and techniques in many ways, including:
Come spend the evening with Kymm and learn about Huna. She will share about the lineage, the thinking and principles of aloha, and offer some easy techniques participants can apply immediately to become more empowered and live in aloha. Experience Hawaiian chant and more.
Class Schedule and Registration
Cost: $5 in advance, $10 at door (BOGO! Bring your registered guest for free!)
Date & Time: April 7, 2015 7pm-9pm
Location: Portland, OR (venue TBA)
Note: Minimum class size is 4 participants, maximum is 30. If you plan to attend, please register now. If you have pre-paid for a class that cancels, you will receive a full refund or you can apply it to another class.
About the Presenter
Kymm Nelsen is a student of Huna in the James-Bray lineage. She has studied with Kumu Matthew James since 2006, progressing through the levels of learning to now have the honor and privilege to teach classes and assist at the bi-annual Huna Intensive held in Kona, Hawai’i each Spring and Fall. She brings the deep tradition of spiritual accountability and responsibility taught by her kumu to all her trainings.
As a life long learner who is fascinated with human development, Kymm expands her studies constantly, delving into new discoveries in the learning sciences, holistic living, metaphysics, mysticism, and psychology. She brings these insights to her trainings in ways that deepen the meaning of life, career and the pursuit of happiness. She invites her students to join her in an adventure of self-discovery and the global emergence of our highest human potential.