With all the hustle and bustle surrounding your everyday life, it’s important to take some time away, turn off the phone, leave your laptop on the charger and just relax. Leave your media-heavy habits alone and enjoy some “you” time sans-devices at Travaasa this fall. Here are just a few of the many relaxing offerings to help you disconnect from technology and uncover your zen.

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Energy Balancing & Healing: Holistic healing focuses on the body, mind and spirit to nurture you inside and out for a balanced sense of well-being. Explore the art of channeling energy to create a deep state of tranquility using a variety of techniques including Reiki, healing touch, polarity therapy, Pranic Healing and Chakra clearing. Each session is unique and tailored specifically to your needs.

“What Ales You” Massage: A perfect decompressor for the savvy business man, this exclusive men’s package begins with an Energetic Edge 80-minute massage followed by a Peppermint Zenergy Foot Treatment. Complete your digital detox with an organic Texas ale and leave your iPhone on airplane mode for just a while longer.

Detox Yoga: Enjoy an invigorating and sweaty Hatha flow class to transition into fall and wring out any sluggishness within your mind and body. You will feel refreshed and energized after an hour filled with downward dogs and sun salutations at Cedar overlook.

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Pohaku Wela Hot Stone Massage: Please turn off all mobile devices and stow them… anywhere but here! You won’t want to be disturbed during your 60 or 90-minute hot stone massage. In the traditions of Hawaii, smooth heated stones apply the elements of earth, air, fire and water to achieve a healing, centering, rejuvenating treatment as muscle tension melts away.

Holoholo Bike Tour: Join a local guide on a fun and adventure through Hana on a cruiser bicycle. Local tour guides will share their stories of growing up in Hana and point out various interesting plants and places of interest including the Plantation Guest House, the town center, the Hana Hongwanji, Hana Ball Park, Akule Hale and Waikaloa beach.

Coconut Husking: Found across most of the tropics, the coconut – “niu” – is known for its great versatility as seen in the many domestic, commercial, and industrial uses of its different parts and are a staple in the daily diet of the Hawaiian people. Don’t bother Googling the tricks to properly husk a coconut, come see for yourself and taste the fresh coconut water hidden inside!