Kumu Paʻa Kawika Foster offers private sessions on Hawaiian Bodywork i.e. Lomilomi as well as Hoʻoponopono. Advised is to have a Private Hoʻoponopono Session before any Hawaiian Bodywork Sessions.
Traditional Hoʻoponopono is a healing of relationships.
Hoʻoponopono is a traditional Hawaiian healing practice of conflict resolution & mental cleansing through discussion, examination, confession, repentance, mutual restitution, forgiveness and forgetting, as well as prayer. This process has been used for generations to make right in relationships and remove mental obstructions with unconditional love. Many a time our mind justifies why we are not living in truth. In a Hoʻoponopono session we resolve where we have stepped outside the line of truth- in thinking; in intention; in action. We explore why there is unhappiness in the clients life, by extracting the baggage and releasing it. This process helps us to become free and clear Aligning our mind, body and spirit. For more information on Hoʻoponopono and our Hoʻoponopono Training program click here.
As part of protocol our advice is to have a Private Hoʻoponopono Session before any Hawaiian Bodywork Sessions.
Hawaiian Bodywork is the practice of Healing Touch
Lomi means to knead, to rub, or soothe; to work in and out. Lomilomi practitioners use the palms, forearms, fingers, knuckles, elbows, knees, feet, even sticks and stones. It can be done with oil or without. There are many Lomilomi practices which can change by family, Ahupuaʻa (land district ) and Island. For more information on Hawaiian Bodywork or on our Lomilomi Training program click here.
WHERE: 6 Rose Street, Lemon Tree Passage, Port Stephens, NSW (Opening 17 December)
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday during the day.
COST: AUD$200 per session.