Aloha (Means “God in us”) from Hawaii
For centuries the ancient art of Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Massage has been used as a powerful tool for maintaining a healthy way of life. The traditional Hawaiian Massage would combine whole body rhythmic movement with chanting, incorporating deep breathing and application of many different types of oils. In preparation for the Lomi Lomi massage, the recipient would undergo a deep cleansing process which included taking herbal preparations, sweats in the steam vents of the volcano and bathing in the mineral enriched ponds of Hawaii.
It is believed that following the cleansing process, Lomi Lomi massage performed by multiple practitioners working at once, would allow the recipient to receive a vision for recognizing their life’s purpose.
This DVD is an introduction to the beautiful nurturing art of Hawaiian Lomi Lomi massage as it has been practiced for centuries. Learn to melt your clients using long, flowing strokes, that give clients the feeling of many hands massaging their body at once. By combining the use of movement, breath and proper techniques, this nurturing massage also help to eliminate strain on the therapist’s body & hands.
You will learn basic techniques put together into a full body routine that is easy to follow and fun to practice. The long flowing strokes and forearm techniques make Lomi Lomi a wonderful tool for professional therapists who want to save strain on their bodies and hands. Carrie’s easy to follow instruction and flow of the work make it a fun way to share massage for those who are not professionals as well.
Learn: * A full body Lomi Lomi Massage routine that is easy to follow & practice. *Proper breath, body mechanics and massage techniques that allow you to work for hours without getting tired. *Massage techniques that will dramatically increase your income.
The full body routine contains long flowing strokes and forearm with steps that dances around the client.
Massage Routines: Pule, Opening and connecting,
Back of the body: Head & scalp, Shoulder, Upper back, Lower back, Forearm and hand, Hips & gluteals, Legs and feet.
Supine: Feet & Legs, Abdomen, Arms and Hands, Chest & pectoralis, Shoulder, Neck & face, Closing.