September 20, 2012, 8:30 am–5:30 pm
1527 18th Ave
Mana Lomi® uses deep yet gentle touch that heals!
Mana Lomi® is clinically focused yet spiritually grounded!
Mana Lomi® uses therapeutically specific techniques to address injuries!
Mana Lomi® connects with bones for healing at all levels, if so desired!
Mana Lomi® is a clinically focused yet spiritually grounded style of lomilomi (Hawaiian massage) coming from the Big Island via the linage of Aunty Margaret Machado and developed in it's current form by Dr. Maka'ala Yates, DC
Are you drawn to clinically focused yet spiritually grounded bodywork ? In Mana Lomi® classes you learn problem solving, clinically focused lomilomi bodywork grounded in indigenous Hawaiian mind-body-spirit healing philosophies which have as their foundation right relationship between people and all natural things.
You learn to communicate deep within the bones of the receiver and thus with the soul of the person while simultaneously working with the structure of the bones, muscles and other tissues to support physical alignment, healthy use of core muscles, and injury prevention and healing. You learn bodywork which is both clinically effective and also wonderfully deep and soothing.
View a slide show of Mana Lomi® highlights:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClEb5mzOnUA
View a video showing Mana Lomi® bodywork:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yW_3hehof4
In this 8 CE hour chair and floor technique workshop participants learn massage techniques which are done on common chairs or the floor to relieve common pains and movement limitations. Take massage out of the treament room and into your family and community. Learn techniques that allow you to efficiently help folks relieve headaches, and pain in restriction in their neck, back, shoulders and hips. Workshop participants get a feel for the deep yet gentle touch used in this work as well as for its clinical orientation.
This class is taught by Barbara Helynn Heard, LMP.
Classes are NCBTMB certified (#287333-00).
Hawaiian bodywork, Hawaiian massage, lomi lomi, lomilomi, mana lomi
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