Early Bird Tickets are now on sale for the July 9 TEDxHonolulu event “FLOW”

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Kathryn Mykleseth, registration curator, is happy to announce that Early Bird Tickets are now on sale for the July 9, 2016 TEDxHonolulu event FLOW at the Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall. 

“Being so immersed in what you are doing that nothing else seems to matter—like with flow—is a state I strive to achieve. It can be a challenge for me to maintain momentum and focus on the task at hand! 

“I’m excited to learn from our local flow-masters to see how they stay in the zone. From mindfulness in yoga to how a UH researcher sticks to the grind, this should be an amazing event. Be sure to get your tickets now!”

The day-long event will feature speakers from the worlds of sports, business, technology, education and the arts. Speakers will share how they experience and intensify their encounters with FLOW, and how they use FLOW to continuously improve their physical, social and mental performance in their professional and personal lives.

TEDxHonolulu Speakers include: Native Hawaiian artist Solomon Enos, Flo Yoga mindfulness teacher Salina Storozuk, UH Manoa researcher Dr. Andrei Natarov and architect Bettina Mehnert.

Tickets are now on sale

  • FLASH SALE “Early Bird Tickets” on sale through May 5: $50

  • “Early Bird Tickets” on sale through May 31: $65

  • “Advance Tickets” on sale through June 30: $80

  • “General Admission” on sale through July 8: $95

TEDxHonolulu is organized entirely by volunteers who donate their time and talents to create a unique conference experience with concurrent programs including an Artist in Residence program, award winning sustainability projects, collaborative partnerships and many more.

This year’s event is going to be our best yet! Looking forward to seeing you on July 9!REDlineVERTICAL copy

MYKELSETHheadshotTNbwKathryn Mykleseth is a video producer and reporter, and also registration curator for TEDxHonolulu. She’s “passionate about community education and believes that TEDx provides a great public service by showcasing bright minds in the community, and bringing people together in a supportive environment.”