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40 Businesses Featured in Intentions Maui Launch Event

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A new Maui business focusing on a natural approach to childbirth, pre-natal care and a healthy lifestyle hosts a launch party this month, featuring more than 40 local women-run businesses and their products and services.

PC: Intentions Maui.

Intentions for Magickal Mamas and their Babes invites the public to their Launch Party on Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Monkeypod Art and Creative Studio at 830 Kolu Street in Wailuku.

The event features an evening of pampering for mothers, featuring over $5,000 worth in giveaways of products and services from various participating local businesses.

The evening’s activities will include aroma touch therapy, acupuncture/pressure, pre-natal massage, Reiki, Ayurvedic pūpū, drinks, desserts and live entertainment.

“Experience a chance to learn more about the services, classes and toxin-free personal care products Intentions for Magickal Mamas and Their Babes has to offer and delve into the natural approach to childbirth, pre-natal care and a healthy lifestyle while supporting over 40 women entrepreneurs,” said Malia Kaupe, Intentions owner.


“Intentions for Magickal Mamas and Their Babes focuses on the well-being of women with an emphasis on their pregnancy, birthing and motherhood journeys,” said Kaupe.

The business features gift baskets, a delivery service, free book rentals and a network of professionals to contribute to the overall physical and emotional well-being of clients.


**Because of the nature of the location this event will be for adults only – babies in arms are fine**

For more information, contact Malia Kaupe at [email protected]

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