David Gaynes brings 'Wellness with Aloha' the benefit of his mainland expertise in software and business combined with his passion for wellness. Having visited the islands steadily over almost two decades, he made the permanent transition in 2006/2007. From Chicago to Seattle to Sandpoint, Idaho, he'd lived some of the best places in America before deciding to settle on the Big Island.
Lynn Thompson welcomed David to be her guest on "Living on Purpose" on January 11, 2010 to share information about his bridge-building with local kahuna on the Big Island of Hawai'i. He is the president of the Hawaii Association of Wellness Professionals.
"Our healers and other practitioners have only the deepest reverence for the Big Island as a healing center whose destiny is to be a beacon to mankind."
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