Keep Me Healthy Conference, discussions on health topics including diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease and transplants, with healthful-cooking demonstrations and interactive exhibits, 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. today, Coral Ballroom, Hilton Hawaiian Village; $35, or $125 for five-member family. kidneyhi.org, 589-5936.
"Tihe Mauliola," one-day workshop, coordinated by John Keola Lake, on traditional Hawaiian healing practices, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. today, Henry Hall central courtyard, Chaminade University; $120. 735-4750, 735-3782.
Kripalu Yoga Classes, led by Walleska Tepping, teach relaxation and rejuvenation, 9-10:30 p.m. Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort; $15. 922-6611.
"MANAGING NUTRITION IN DEMENTIA CARE," training for caregivers, families and health professionals on eating problems, nutritional goals and dietary guidelines and related issues, sponsored by the Alzheimer's Association-Aloha Chapter, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. today, Seagull at Kapolei Care Center, 91-531 Farrington Highway; $15 professionals, $10 general, $5 students and volunteers, free for caregivers. 591-2771.
"The Art of Breath Control for Health and Healing," two-session workshop on efficient breathing techniques, taught by Marie Riley, 10 a.m.-noon today and June 28, Saunders Hall, Room 244, UH-Manoa; $39 for both sessions. 956-7221.
"Making Herbal Medicine Workshops," series of three classes, taught by Thauna Abrin and Monique Yuen, covering such topics as tinctures, oils, and herbal and flower remedies, 10 a.m.-noon today and June 28, UH-Manoa Campus Leisure Center; $40 per class with discounts for UH students. 956-6468.
"RELAY FOR LIFE 2003," dusk-to-dawn relay in support of cancer survivors, 7 p.m. today to 7 a.m. tomorrow, Waimanalo Beach Park; donations and walk sponsorships benefit the American Cancer Society. 595-7500.
"Partnership for Health," workshop for women, with information on herbs, supplements and diet, blending modern medicine with Chinese medicine and acupuncture, sponsored by Manakai o Malama, 7 p.m. Wednesday, sixth floor, Honolulu Club Building, 932 Ward Ave.; free. Registration required: 535-5555.
"What assisted living can mean to you," open forum discussion, with Trisha Medeiros and Claudia Arbaugh, on new trends and senior living options, with question-and-answer session and information on The Plaza at Punchbowl and other assisted living residences, 6-8 p.m. Thursday, second-floor Kewalo Meeting Room, Ward Warehouse; free; reservations required: 792-8800.
"New Procedures in the IVF LAboratory," discussion by Thomas Huang on the breakthrough technologies in infertility treatment through the in-vitro fertilization process, sponsored by Resolve of Hawaii, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, second-floor auditorium, Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women and Children; free. 528-8559.
"Relaxing Eye Strain and Neck tension," practice of gentle exercises, led by Marie Riley, using the Bates method and accupressure points for eye revitalization, for people 55 and older, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Friday, Hale Kuhina Room 107, Windward Community College; $9. 235-7433.