Next Residential Lomilomi Hāloa Training Journey is — 27 June to 4 July 2015! Mullumbimby, Byron Shire, NSW, Australia

Give yourself a gift of remembrance.

Breathe deeply as you read…

Hele mai. Come.

Take a breath and cross the line.

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Each moment will offer unlimited possibilities to be all that you are and manifest the desires of your heart.

You will be empowered to free yourself from limitation, from the past, and claim your “divine destiny.”You will experience oneness with aloha ‘aina (love of the land), and our ohana (family).Your heart will open to its true essence ~ aloha (infinite love and compassion).All of this will be encompassed in the sacred dance of bodywork, Lomilomi Mauli Ola (the Great Massage Journey to the Stars).


We will travel together through dimensions of time, space and reality.This ancient Hawaiian “rite of passage” will midwife us into expanded consciousness,
into freedom, into love.

Align yourself with the energies that be. Remember and know your purpose in life.

Claim your power and be birthed into your “Unlimited Self” in a most gracious way. It is time to ho‘olele (take flight) and ‘iolana (soar) in our present new millennium.Manawa. The moment of power is now!

  • Experience and learn the powerful healing art of Lomilomi Mauli Ola.
  • Ka lele ~ “the flight.” The breath and movement pattern designed to align you in your life with all that you are and prepare you for the sacred bodywork. There are endless benefits to this practice.
  • Ho‘oponopono ~ the practice of bringing all into alignment with truth.
  • Traditional ceremony, and ceremony by Rev. ‘Iolani’s guidance from Spirit.
  • Mele ~ Hawaiian chanting.
  • Pule ~ prayer and meditation.
  • Body awareness stretch and alignment.
  • Breathwork and effective clearing practices.
  • Nana i ke kino ~ body-mapping. Learn some of the ways the kahuna (masters) would relate the body to one’s life.
  • Traditional Hawaiian concepts as they apply to Lomilomi Mauli Ola and joyous living.
  • Sacred journeys with the land.
  • Mea ‘ai ~ nourishment through delicious food.
  • Rest and integration time.

Click here to read testimonials from participants in our previous Hawaiian Temple Bodywork Intensives.