Find out why Kauai is called the "Healing Island."
If you look at a globe, you’ll notice that, yes, Hawaii is in the middle of the ocean, and then you’ll realize that it’s also a connecting point between East and West. Over the centuries, as people have migrated, the islands have become a melting pot not only of cultures but of healing practices as well. You’ll find healing modalities from around the world on Kauai. Some practitioners have offices; many work out of their homes. Virtually all will require a reservation—no walk-ins—except in yoga studios. Visit www.kauaihealing.org and www.kauaihwa.org for more information. See our Kauai guide.
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