Lei’ohu Ryder (Hawaii, USA) is a spiritual leader, visionary, healer, educator and singer/songwriter. She is an emissary of “aloha” and an advocate for the indigenous soul in all people, blind to all labels (race, creed, nationality, ideology, etc.) that separate us from experiencing the true nature of our selves and others.
Her love and knowledge of Na Mea Hawaii help us to connect with ourselves, with spirit, and to be pono (balanced in right alignment). Her talents and knowledge are honored and loved in her community and the world. Her work has been recognized by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Peace Corps, Sierra Club and the United Nation. She was also awarded the Gandhi-King Peace Hero Award in 2002.
Lei’ohu will perform the opening ceremony, offer a workshop and healing services. She entertains with Hawaiian songs and chants with her partner Maydeen.
Maydeen is an emissary of “aloha” and advocates for the indigenous soul in all people, blind to the labels that separate us from experiencing the true nature of ourselves and others. She reminds us that there is no lack, limitation or separation.
She invites us all to explore and celebrate the dance of life in joy, play and song and helps us connect with ourselves, with spirit and be balances and in right alignment to the earth and each other. Along with her partner Lei’ohu Ryder her mission is to spread love everywhere.