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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Adult Education, Education, Health, Health Care, Human Services, Mental Health, Mental Health & Crisis Intervention

Mission: HWI offers affordable and convenient learning experiences that encourage people to cultivate healthy and balanced perspectives that reflect the traditional Asian-Pacific approach of living in harmonious alignment with one’s values, with nature, and with one another.  HWI’s programs promote:  fulfillment of personal potential; professional skill enhancement; increased productivity; introspection; rejuvenation; creativity; peace of mind.  HWI offers a counselor training program, individual counseling, and programs for organizations.

Target demographics: Women of all ages

Geographic areas served: Hawaii and Beyond

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 4

I worked with Sunny a few years ago while engaged in a series of Living Consciously workshops. She was a supporter and presenter. I have heard her speak since then and am excited about the work she is doing. I believe it to be much needed and "right on." I sincerely believe that the facilitation of personal health as physical-psycho-emotional-spiritual beings, engaged in constant pursuit of wellness, wholeness, holiness, is the "way of the future." "way of the future," rather than simply "treating the patient".

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Being notified of the powerful workshops that are often available in Hawaii by Hawaii Wellness Institute has been invaluable in constantly up grading my own thoughts and outreach for my own Non Profit All Our Children Together. Hawaii Wellness Institute is a wonderful resource for us here in Hawaii and everyone I know is very greatful for the dedication and constant work of the folks at the core of this dedicated group of women,,, without their commitment Hawaii would be missing a big and very important resource.