Honoring the body as a temple of the soul, this bodywork is a transformative experience to free the body of long held stress patterns, using deep and gentle rhythmic strokes of the facilitator's forearms, connecting the giver and receiver in a beautiful "dance." These strokes create an immense outpouring of energy, and help to lull you into a deep meditative state of bliss. The focus is on letting go, quieting the mind of its chatter, and allowing yourself to receive the deep nurturing of sacred touch and unconditional love. The results for both giver and receiver are often transformational!
In the Spirit of Aloha, this ancient Polynesian dancing prayer creates a field of energy that sends forth a wave of blessing and integrative healing, harmonizing everyone as well as the space around them. The flight (the dance) is a gathering in and birthing of the self, taking you on an inner journey to the heart of the universe.
A comprehensive hands-on study of Hawaiian Consciousness through Huna & LomiLomi.
Classes meet two days, twice a month
Huna, in Hawaiian, means "secret". Huna, in its purest form, is an ancient knowledge enabling
a person to connect to his or her highest wisdom within. Understanding and utilizing the
fundaments or "seven principles" of Huna is intended to bring about healing and harmony through
the power of the mind. This healing art and earth science is spiritual in nature; experiencing
its concepts gives us the opportunity to integrate mind, body and spirit. One might acknowledge
Huna teachings as one of nature's tools helpful in development of inner knowing and enhancing
innate psychic abilities.
The Mini-Series presents the fundamental principles of Hawaiian Consciousness in way which adapts easily to your daily life. The workshops may be taken in any order you choose.
Lomi Ke Ala Hoku is a form of Hawaiian bodywork that has a strong foundation based on Hawaiian culture and beliefs.This workshop keeps the integrity of the spiritual foundation intact but does not promote or endorse any particular religion.