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  Rev Kaleo Wheeler


Inspirational Speaker & Musical Storyteller

Positive Encourager & Communicator

Spiritual Guide and Menor to Women

Hawaiian Cultural Awareness Consultant & Presenter

Master Hawaiian Sacred Hula & Chant Instructor

Ordained Non-Denominational Minister

A Contributing Author of the book,
A Complete Guide to Acupressure

A Recording Artist with her solo CD
Ulana, The Way of the Heart

Kaleo Wheeler has been described as a bright, creative/imaginative, talented, passionate intellectual and altruistic visionary.  Her passion and purpose as a Positive Encourager and Communicator is in bringing an ancient Spiritual and Pragmatic way of living, that has been shared with her from her indigenous teachers, into today’s world where it is still so relevant and so needed. It is grounded in the ancient and original form of the Hawaiian practice of Ho'opono Pono Ke Ala, Making Right More Right, the Path to Living Aloha, combined with her expertise as a Voice Specialist, Sound Healer and Sacred Dance Instructor.

Kaleo’s career spans more than 35 years as a spiritual teacher and guide to women, speaker & storyteller, professional singer/song stylist, sound healer, voice specialist, recording artist, author, ceremonialist, teacher/practitioner of Sacred Hawaiian Hula and a licensed acupressure teacher and practitioner.

Kaleo shares her message today in several ways

As a Speaker in how to live in a world of Joy & Positivity, no matter what is going on around you.   


As a Unique Musical Storyteller, she uses her voice through what the Hawaiians call “Talk Story” and her dynamic, rich singing voice, combined with the ancient Hawaiian form of storytelling through movement – the Hawaiian Sacred Dance.  


As a Spiritual Teacher & Guide to Women,  helping women to Step Into Their Greatness, reconnect to their Passion and Purpose, and settle into the Place they choose by being the Master Creator of their Desired Life.


She also has launched her own podcast titled - The Welcome to Your Greatness Podcast wtih Kaleo Wheeler  She is also a Blogger and shares these teachings on her Youtube channel.

Kaleo has an extensive background, especially in studying with Master Teachers of Hawaiian Spirituality and Sacred Hula both in Hawai’i and on the mainland since the late 80’s.  She apprenticed to a Native American Spiritual teacher for 14 years.  She also trained and was a teacher/practitioner of Jin Shin Do® Bodymind Acupressure® from 1988 to 2007 and a Voice Specialist and Sound healer through the Somatic Voicework, the LoVetri Method from 1983 to 2004.   Her format now is both in person and virtually online, and she has spoken, performed and taught in person throughout the US and Canada.   

In addition to Speaking, Kaleo leads retreats, workshops and trainings, as well as private 1 on 1 sessions.  Everything she  shares is a culmination of what helped her overcome early trauma in her life, and it is so fulfilling to her today, to be able to help other women in to do the same in their healing journey in weaving their lei of life with joy, positivity, acceptance, confidence and sacredness.

On a personal note, Kaleo lives alone with her fur baby, Bella, a Maltese/Shitzu, who is her constant companion and a healer in her own right.  Bella is always there ready to give her love to anyone that comes into their space.  Kaleo also currently lives in a home across from the Glendale Shoals, preserve and waterfall in Spartanburg SC, where she offers her in-person events. 

If you would like to know more about Kaleo, she is: An Ordained Non-Denominational Minister since 1986, and through the Sanctuary of the Beloved, the Order of Melkizedek since 2006. A Certified Therapeutic Music Practitioner through the Music for Healing and Transition Program from 2005 to 2010, focusing on assisting those as an End-of-Life Doula, who were actively dying in the Hospice and Nursing Home Settings as well as the Private Sector. ​A Professional Singer and Song Stylist since her early adulthood, and a Musical Storyteller through "talk story, singing and Sacred Hula, the Hawaiian ancient form of storytelling, since 2011. A Hawaiian Hula Dancer/Instructor and a Spiritual Teacher through living and studying with Hawaiian Master teachers of Hawaiian Spirituality and Hawaiian Sacred Dance both in Hawai’i and on the mainland since the late 80’s - more than 30 years.  She has been a haumana (student) with Kumu Mahealani Henry (a Spiritual teacher and Kanaka Maoli/Native Hawaiian) since July, 2020 and studying and sharing the hula of Lehua Kawaikapuokalani Hewett since 2004.   ​A SC Arts Commission Artist In Residence, bringing an awareness of the ancient Hawaiian culture through Hawaiian Hula, their ancient form of storytelling, to kids in the school system through grant programs throughout SC. ​An Authorized Jin Shin Do Bodymind Senior Teacher and Acupressurist from 1988 to 2007.  Jin Shin Do Bodymind Acupressurist is a registered trademark through the Jin Shin Do Foundation.   ​An apprentice to a Native American Shaman, while also studying with several other NA teachers for14 years, with being a Ceremonialist for sweat lodges, pipe ceremonies, equinox and solstice ceremonies and rites of passage since 2005.  Also in conducting a "Crossing Over" Ceremony, acting as an End-of-Life Doula, for those actively dying to have a sacred and peaceful death.  This Crossing Over Ceremony can be done for both humans and our fur baby family members. ​A Ceremonialist since the late 80's, conducting an ancient Moon Ceremony to help women  celebrate and connect to their Divine Feminine   ​A Licensed Florida Massage Therapist from 1985 to 1995.  ​Other Healing Arts include: Shiatsu Acupressure; Reiki Level II; Tamado, Sound, Color & Movement Therapy; Crystal Healing and Essential Oil Therapy  ​ Venues where she has shared her stories as a Speaker and Musical Storyteller include: Corporate Events, Clubs & Organizations, Cultural Events, Fundraisers & Benefits, Private Parties, Colleges & Universities, Healing Centers & Church Services, Festivals, Schools & Libraries, Senior Residences and Community Outreach Programs.  ​ She has also produced concerts, with other Positive Music artists, including a benefit concert for the Masonic Temple in Asheville NC She is honored to be an artist with the GINA for Missing Persons Foundation, a national group of music artists who helps bring attention and media awareness to missing persons worldwide.  They bring support to GINA by dedicating each concert to finding one missing person in the area where we are performing.   To date, GINA has found over 1100 missing persons.  For more info on GINA, go to:​

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