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Hawaiian Lomilomi Massage Level Two Workshop-Course


Sun 12 Mar 2017, 9:30am–4:30pm
Mon 13 Mar 2017, 9:30am–4:30pm

Where: Franklin Wellness Centre, 27 Roulston Street, Pukekohe, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird: $653.50 ($650.00 + $3.50 fees)
  • General Admission: $703.50 ($700.00 + $3.50 fees)
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Listed by: Kathy OConnell

Level 2, Traditional Hawaiian Lomilomi Massage takes you and your massage performance to new levels of possibility and enjoyment, helping you to feel much more fulfilled and empowered as a Professional Practitioner, beginner or advanced.

A. There will be a revision of the techniques learned in lomilomi level one and you will learn to incorporate trigger point and deep tissue in the full body sequence
- Shoulders
- Arms - hands
- Back
- Thigh
- Leg - feet

B. Deep tissue techniques: At this level, therapists learn deep techniques that are used to attack soreness in deep layers of the muscle. You will be using elbow, forearm, fists, palm, knuckles and thumbs. The areas a therapist will practice in this session are as follows:

C. acupressure points
The energy aspect of lomilomi massage is reinforced by the stimulation of precise acupressure points in the hands and feet, depending on your specific needs.

The 14 micro-meridians and 345 corresponding points in the hands which can regulate the body’s internal organs (similar to acupuncture without the needles!)
- Brochure given to students
- As an aid to digestion
- Lymphatic Drainage
- Breathing techniques in conjunction with superficial and deep muscle manipulation.

D. lower back and muscle pain via trigger point therapy
You will be provided with an information sheet for this section of the training.

Theory session:
- Skills to release specific muscle dysfunction
- Introduction to Trigger Point Therapy
- Brochures given out to students on acupressure points
- Deep tissue massage

Topics of discussion:
- Basic protocols of Pule (prayer),
- Ho'oponopono (conflict resolution and personal forgiveness and letting go).
- Hawaiian Cultural practice of ha (breath),
- lokahi (togetherness) and laulima (many hands working together) and developing your mana (spiritual power).
- Hawaiian Culture
- As a restorative massage within the family

Bring to class
Bottle of water, pen & paper, 2 bath towels,1 hand towel We provide a safe training environment.
(lunch break is 12:30pm - 1:15pm) and students can bring own lunch

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