Auntie Margaret taught Lomilomi is a praying work. Ancient Hawaiians used prayer “Pule” in their Lomilomi work and this practice continues today. One is guided as they work on a client, which allows beautiful healing experiences to happen. Lomilomi massage includes four main strokes using, alternating thumbs, knuckles, forearms and elbows. It is a very relaxing and therapeutic massage.
Lomilomi is much more than a massage and encompasses healing of body, mind and spirit. It takes years to master all the components of Hawaiian Lomilomi. It truly is a life changing experience for the giver and the receiver. The longer a therapist truly studies and practices lomilomi, the more in tune they become to Spirit. A change happens to the practitioner as their life becomes “pono” (balanced). This allows one’s “mana” (spiritual growth) to increase. One learns the “Loving Touch”, “unconditional love”, “Ho’oponopono”, Auntie’s colon cleanse, how and why to use steam baths and working on the injured body.
Joan invites you to experience this Ancient Hawaiian healing Art and feel the Aloha Spirit. Learn a modality that is highly recommended by medical professionals and much sought after in Spa’s around the world.
[Please note, At Auntie Margaret’s school, it took 30 days to teach level 1. After that, one apprenticed for two or more years while their mana increased and they learned the advanced work. Due to request and time constraints from students all over the world, Joan’s Level 1 & 2 are a six day condensed version of Auntie Margaret’s 30-day program.]
Choose from Auntie Margret’s traditional work which is taught in the Intro to Hawaiian Lomilomi and Hawaiian Lomilomi Levels 1, 2 & 3 workshops. Additional workshops are the Seated Pillow Massage, Couples Table Massage, Pohaku (Stone) Massage and Facial & Spa Treatments. Auntie Margret’s Lomilomi strokes are taught in these additional workshops. Click here for more workshop info and to register.
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Mahalo nui loa,