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Hawaii: In Real Life ~ Menage a trois

Alice Inoue is collaborating with two other health pros to teach you how to get 360 degrees of wellness in your life


Posted October 1, 2012 by Melissa Chang

No, that title isn’t what you think! Do you believe that everything happens for a reason? I do, and the older I get, the more things start connecting in the most amazing ways — just as the new Cirque show, Quidam, encourages you to note the various strangers passing in your life for the impact they may have on it.

Such is the case with Alice Inoue (@AliceInoue), Leslie Ashburn (@MacroHawaii), and Dr. Chad Sato. Each of them have their own businesses, where their clients seek mental, physical, and spiritual health. Over the years, they’ve crossed paths through the overlap in their work, and found that they have many of the same clients … probably because they all have similar philosophies for living a full, healthy life.

Many of you have probably taken Alice’s workshops; this Sunday, for the first time, these three are collaborating to address all aspects of health with regard to food, environment, and body-mind-spirit wellness.

Alice explained that this isn’t designed to make you suddenly overhaul your life; it’s meant to give you the information and tools to help you move forward at the pace you choose. “We’re merely offering information from our respective fields that may help you to understand and get inspired to make mini-changes. The atmosphere will be totally non-judgmental, and we will offer baby steps to get you started. We want you to see the bigger picture and inspire you to move toward it,” she said.

One example is battling stress and fatigue, which is something I’m plagued with constantly. Here’s a quick preview of some things you will learn.

Want to see more? We got more insight from the three of them on achieving 360-degree wellness and what they’re about. Visit HawaiiIRL.com to see more! BONUS: $97 early bird fee has been extended for Hawaii IRL viewers.

Menage a Trois ~ Tools for 360 degrees of wellness
Sunday, October 7 ~ 1 to 6 p.m.
Macy’s special events room, Ala Moana Center
Click here to register online

 

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  1. Posted October 1, 2012 at 8:33 am

    There is so much going on energetically with everyone both individually and collectively. This is a great time to get some insight as to what we can do to navigate these shifting times in a way that helps us feel better!  Thanks for coming down @melissa808!

  2. Annoddah_Dave
    Posted October 1, 2012 at 8:54 am

    Delicate Blossom:  Being old, fat, and poor, I think that if I can correct the “poor” situation, I can accomplish not having fatigue, stress, and unhealthy life style.  LOL

  3. turkfontaine
    Posted October 1, 2012 at 3:48 pm

    i wasn’t thinking that. if you had been blogging from Vegas, i would have thought that. but nevahmind.
     
    i’ve never taken any kind of courses in these disciplines (i do breathing exercises, but that’s to help me with free diving and spearfishing). i think this is what some people refer to as ‘new age’ philosophies, although  a lot of it dates back thousands of years, too. i’m anhedonic, one of those people who gets immediately suspicious when feelings of euphoria and general well being start to creep in. for some reason, i’ve always kinda thought we were not on the earth to be relaxed, stress free or even happy, but rather to suffer a little or a lot, which i think is the only way to learn anything. that said, i’m in awe of nature and creative people and though i consider people in general to be dangerous and unpredictable, i like a whole lot of them. maybe i could benefit from what your guests have to offer. but i might be worried and stressed out if i did.
     
    well, i see our time is up. i think we should continue this discussion in a later session. i’ll stop by the cashier on the way out. *as Woody Allen said in ‘Sleeper’ when he woke up thousands of years into the future: ‘if i’d stayed in analysis, i’d almost be cured by now’

  4. Melissa808
    Posted October 1, 2012 at 4:13 pm

     @aliceinoue thank you for your insight and advice!!

  5. Melissa808
    Posted October 1, 2012 at 4:13 pm

     @Annoddah_Dave I agree!

  6. Melissa808
    Posted October 1, 2012 at 4:14 pm

     @turkfontaine no lie! You thought that!

  7. LeslieAshburn
    Posted October 2, 2012 at 8:13 am

     @Melissa808  @Annoddah_Dave  What we teach is related to that – unconscious drivers….

About Melissa Chang

Melissa has been blogging regularly since 2007 and has more than 25 years’ experience in marketing and public relations. She is currently an independent marketing consultant, specializing in social media. 

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