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11th Annual Optimysstique Festival, Feb. 18-21

​Live the Dream, Connect and Explore Unlimited Human Potential

Join musicians, yogis, dancers, foodies, visionaries, entrepreneurs, artists, bodyworkers, healers, agriculturalists, herbalists and naturalists as they unite to create the ultimate experience in paradise. Explore tools to create a better life for our community and the environment, including music, bodywork, tantra, yoga, eco-building, organic agriculture practices, elixirs, cryptocurrency and more.

The surreal beauty of the North Shore provides the venue and backdrop for an unforgettable experience, which includes:

  • Ongoing yoga classes, bodywork and a spa to unwind, detox and reset.
  • Farm-to-table experience from the on-site garden with amazing guest chefs.
  • Swimming in the turquoise waters.
  • Day rave dancing to live music and DJs on the lawn underneath the ironwood trees.
  • Enjoying deep reflection and journal writing on the beach.

Sound healing, tantra and meditation are other offerings that will deepen a healing experience. On-site camping, cabins and tiny houses are also available to extend the stay and become more fully immersed in this life-changing experience.

Optimysstique provides a platform for local and visiting musicians that perform a wide variety of musical genres, including African drum and dance, jazz, folk, bluegrass, reggae, electronic, rock and more. Dance and be entertained on the lawn!

Learn about bitcoin and cryptocurrency and other game changers in the world and local economy. See the latest in eco-friendly creations, from bamboo bikes and banana paper wallets to vegan tennis shoes. Bring produce, clothes, plants and seeds to swap or share for this life-changing multidimensional interactive music, wellness and sustainability festival.

This is definitely a must-attend event for anyone looking to connect, network and go deeper in their journey for sustainability, healing and community. Oh yes, and to have FUN!

Location: Camp Mokuleia, 68-729 Farrington Hwy., Waialua. For more information or to register, visit Optimysstique.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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