New Healing Retreat From Alyson Charles at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai

Four Seasons Resort HualalaiRetreats Unlimited and Wild Wellness Travel have partnered with Alyson Charles, a spiritual healer and shaman, to offer the new “Mind-Body Power Healing Retreat” at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai.

Charles, also a television host and former national champion athlete, created a program that was named a top meditation to try by Oprah due to her ability to “heal and share ancient, sacred knowledge and divine energy and messages with others.” She was called to the Shamanic practice six years ago, and since then has become internationally known.  

The new “Mind-Body Power Healing Retreat” is meant to provide participants with a safe and supportive environment to release stress, pain and anxiety, and is designed as a progression: 


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- Release and Liberation: A variety of tools such as healing sound baths allows participants to clear themselves of negative energy.

- Empower and Activate: Activation methods for reconnection such as breath-work, soul-gazing and other methods are used to help amplify life, business and relationship success. Participants become clear, recentered and empowered. 

- Teaching: Participants are taught methods, tools and techniques to take with them in order to continue the healing process. 

To learn more about retreat host Alyson Charles, visit

The program includes five days / four nights accommodation at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, breakfast, lunch and dinner each day, shuttle service to and from the airport, all taxes and gratuities, and a daily gift bag. An Early Bird Promotion is available until June 28th for $3,858 for double occupancy and $5,586 for single occupancy. The retreat does not include airfare, but flights can be booked through Retreats Unlimited.
For more information or to make a reservation call 312-961-3280, or visit 

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