Kahuna Massage is a healing technique that I spent a large part of my life investigating and practicing professionally (although I don’t anymore.)
On this page I’ll share the story of my own personal journey in the learning of this ancient Hawaiian and Polynesian healing art form.
What is Kahuna Massage?
KaHuna combines prayer (pule), breath (ha), energy (mana) and uses the power of flowing massage strokes for deep relaxation, to release blockages in your body and to allowing your spirit to awaken.
Steeped in the ancient traditions of Hawaiian spirituality and healing and made popular to the west by Serge Kahili King and Max Freedom Long, Lomilomi (the original Hawaiian word for what’s know known as Kahuna Massage) is returning to a world which is yearning for a return of gentleness and affectionate touch.
During a KaHuna session you will feel deeply nurtured and healed. You may fall into a light trance as the rhythmical massage movements flow over you like warm ocean currents.
This amazing bodywork sets your being into a fluid motion and creates a space within you to bring about a beautiful change in your physical body, flowing into your emotional & psychological levels, changing your mental patterns and integrating it all by bringing about profound changes in your spiritual being.
Watch a video of a Kahuna Massage being taught at Mette’s Institute.
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Kahuna bodywork takes you deep within your self where you can listen to your own body and understand the effects of your past experiences and where necessary, to heal those experiences. Its like a combination of a light aromatherapy massage with the penetration of a deep tissue leaving you relaxed, and invigorated.
What happens during and after a KaHuna massage?
Every time you get a Kahuna massage you will experience something different.
- Physically, your body changes shape reflecting the inner healing and growth and the release of destructive behaviour patterns.
- You develop clarity of vision and direction, as well as a more flexible, open and positive attitude.
- Your relationships blocks are gently cleared and you will feel happier and freer.
- Connect with your higher self through dance, movements, breathwork and meditation. This helps develops an awareness of the symbols in your life and their significance.
KaHuna massage helps you to accept and love yourself
Using the principles of ho-onoponopo (to make right)words are not powerful enough to express the magic and power of this healing system. You can only appreciate this once you have tried it out for yourself. Read what some people have said about their Kahuna experience:
- ” Yes! It is a lot more than a massage; it’s an experience”
- “Getting a KaHuna massage is like swimming with dolphins”
- “It feels like a soul to soul dance”
- “A gift of deep and exquisite healing “
- “The best massage I have ever had, the Rolls Royce of all massages”
- “You feel whole and touched inside and out”
Kahuna Therapists in Your Area
If you’d like to receive a session, please find a massage therapist that works in your area.
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