Some people have described this as feeling like gentle waves moving over the body. Another feature is that different parts of the body may be massaged at the same time, for example one arm or hand may be working on a shoulder and the other hand may be working on the opposite hip. This assists the recipient in totally relaxing as it is impossible or at least extremely difficult for the brain to focus on the two different areas at once.  The priority is loving the body, using intuition so the massage is “right” for the client. The client on the table is not viewed as someone to be fixed, but a being to be returned to harmony and balance. It is important to remember that the practitioner does not heal but is the facilitator for the healing.

The massage can be done by one person or by two. Having two people massaging tends to send to recipient into an even deeper level of relaxation as you really can”t focus on four hands doing different things – it really is a blissful and fairly mindblowing experience.

Aloha! Massage is one of the oldest and most powerful forms of healing. Lomi Lomi is one of the most profound forms of massage.

Sacred Lomi weaves ancient practices with heart-centered and powerful teachings to create a complete system of hands-on bodywork that integrates the physical, emotional and energetic. ”In Sacred Lomi we embrace the integrated whole being by creating a space of unconditional love and acceptance. We invite the recipient to completely let go and receive. The flowing, circular runs nurture and embrace, clearing out the old patterns and awakening the divine in the physical being. The massage is given in fluid, rhythmic motion using the forearms as well as the hands.