Our newest Down to Earth store will be a 13,000 square foot location just a few blocks mauka of the SALT at Our Kaka’ako cultural center. Down to Earth will be on the ground floor of a mid-rise development called Keauhou Lane at the corner of Keawe and Pohukaina Streets.
Kaka’ako is part of the urban core of Honolulu that is experiencing explosive growth. The development itself will have 209 residential units and other retailers. It is on the same block as another development that will be 40 stories high and have 388 units and a rail transit station.
This upcoming Thanksgiving holiday is a great reminder to count our blessings. One way to do this is to take 15 minutes out of the year and meditate on Gratitude. This is becoming an increasingly important topic in the mainstream healthcare and yoga communities. For good reason. Feeling and expressing gratitude can have a profound effect on your life—especially if you do it on a daily basis, all year round.
by Sabra Rebo, R.D., Down to Earth Community Outreach Team Leader
This month we will celebrate Oahu’s first VegFest, which will bring our community together to experience the many benefits of plant-based living. VegFest will be held at the Honolulu Hale from 1:00pm to 6:30 pm. It’s going to be an exciting day, with all kinds of family activities.
by Tracy Ternes
Friends, family, fun, fireworks…and food! July is the heart of summer and the heart of summer fun! We want to give you some ideas for easy, fun, and tasty summertime recipes that you can whip up for a Fourth of July potluck, a picnic at the beach, a backyard barbeque or a mellow night on the patio at home. Keep things simple and fresh so you can have plenty of time to relax and soak up the good vibes of summertime.