Kumu Camp has many partners that help steward our campground, the land and ocean. We hope you will be patrons to our friends and partners – they are talented and some of the best people to know!
Schedule your 60 minute session with Donna and experience the natural elements in nature, including birds singing, doves cooing, ocean waves and ocean breezes that will lull you into a peaceful state of being. Reiki is a form of alternative healing in which the practitioners hands are placed just off the body or lightly touching the clothed body, transmitting Universal Life Energy to the client. The intention is to create deep relaxation, to help speed healing, reduce pain, and decrease other symptoms you may be experiencing. Reiki in the clinical setting is becoming mainstream from institutional settings, hospitals and hospice.
Donna also holds training for all levels of Reiki. Contact her if you would like to book a retreat and incorporate Reiki training on your agenda.
Call Donna at 808-312-2878 today to book an appointment or email at
For Catering or an Evening Meal:
Puu’wai Kitchen & Bake Shop, located at highway marker 12, less than a mile from Kumu Camp. Ono food, local style and amazing bake goods. The operators are homesteaders in Anahola.
For Land Stewardship:
Frank Cummings, located at the Anahola Marketplace. Call 808.635.5080.
Frank is extraordinary with the land! He is a homesteader in Anahola.
For Youth Groups, Cultural Camps and or yoga retreats:
Kumu Camp operates various camp experiences throughout the year.
To inquire about about group opportunites contact Kumu camp via phone or email.
We also Mahalo our Kumu Camp partners that steward the campground and the tentalows.