Monthly Archives: October 2016

Walk For Parkinsons

Kahu Silva performs blessing of Parkinson charity walk

Walk for Parkinsons & Improve Lives

This year`s 4th Annual Hawaii Parkinson Walk on October 22 got off to a great start at Honolulu Hale Civic Grounds with a traditional Hawaiian blessings and ancient oli (prayer chants) ceremonially offered by Kahu Silva. The 3k-charity walk encourages people with Parkinson`s disease, families, friends, caregivers co-workers, healthcare professionals, and corporate leaders to unite to raise awareness about the disease. Hosted by the Hawaii Parkinson Association (HPA), the yearly event is free and open to the public. Please visit www.parkinsonshawaii.org. to kokua.

Mahalo a nui loa from Kahu Silva and Hawaii Cultural Services for the opportunity to serve this worthy cause and for the kind words from by Melanie, HPA representative, “We cannot thank you enough for Kahu Silva’s blessing of our event. He was wonderful with the participants and his blessing was very well received.”

 

HI Tech Meets Ancient Values

Ancient Hawaiian Values Energize High Tech Team The Hawaii Medical Services Association, Hawaii’s, largest health insurer, invited Kahu Silva to be a guest speaker and deliver the invocation opening their Information Technology Department meeting at HMSA’s office on Ke`eaumoku St., Oahu. With customary ceremonial protocol, Kahu performed an honorific oli aloha (welcoming chant) to greet… Continue Reading

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