Lomi Lomi Massage Cape Town

Lomi Lomi Massage Cape Town from Cape Town Massage & Breathwork Studio: Jean-Pierre

By: Cape Town Massage & Breathwork Studio: Jean-Pierre  08-31-2010
Keywords: Massage, Massage Therapy, Massage Services

There are various different styles of , but the most important characteristic of all of these is the unconditional Spirit of Aloha. begins with the healing intention of the individual’s therapist.


The original Lomi Lomi style was “temple-style” bodywork originally practiced by Ka Hunas (Hawaiian shamans) which transforms & completely balances all aspects of the self to create harmony & flow in a person’s being, leaving a sense of a person’s true, unique self and their effectiveness in the community.


Hawaiian Ka Hunas traditionally dance and use chanting rituals in . It’s also known as Ka Huna massage, Aloha massage and the massage of loving touch, “lomilomi massage”, Hawaiian shaman massage, “the dance of life and breath from the heart”. All of these offer a deep healing to restore health.


More than a conventional massage, the wisdom and Spirit of Aloha guide, heal inspire towards your true potential. The experience aims to overwhelm the mind with sensation!

The Lomi Lomi massage therapist uses intuitive movement, breathing, rhythm, focused intention and long, flowing strokes up, down, under and over the body. This can produce powerful spiritual experiences and heightened states of awareness.


Variousmassage oils may be used. Hands, elbows and forearms are used in dynamic, deep movements that mimic the ebb and flow of the ocean. Warmed stones may be used to enhance a healing massage.


More than just a relaxation massage, Lomi Lomi offers a complete spiritual physical ritual for internal and external cleansing, using breath, movement and intention to release anything that is blocking the flow of physical, emotional, spiritual and mental health in the individual concerned.

Keywords: Massage, Massage Services, Massage Therapy

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