Lomi Lomi Hawaiian massage
Barbara Helynn Heard LMP teaches & gives lomi lomi hawaiian massage
WOULD YOU LIKE TO ATTEND A Lomi Lomi MASSAGE CLASS?
I teach classes in
Washington State, the northeast (various states) and occasionally
elsewhere on request. The classes range from 2 hour introduction
classes to a 12 day residential immersion class. These classes are
NCBTMB approved provider #287333.
- Do you dream of helping yourself and others manifest unlimited healing potential?
you ever wondered what it would be like to feel and easily visualize
the tissues deep within your recipient's body, as if you could see right
through their skin?
- Would you like to know deep in your bones
how to help your clients heal injured tissues, or and even injured
spirits, and to have that inner knowing be second nature for you?
- Would you like to be confident giving massage for the conditions listed in the table below?
- Would you like to work both clinically and with mind-body-spirit connection at the same time?
Click here to view the lomi lomi class descriptions.
Click here to view the lomi lomi continuing education class calendar, and to register.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO RECEIVE A Lomi Lomi MASSAGE SESSION?
I offer massage sessions at my office on Capitol Hill in Seattle, Washington.
of my clients are dancers, musicians, performers, massage therapists
and other health practitioners, and regular participants in various
fitness classes. Lots of my clients are people who are 50 or more years
young and are committed to maintaining, or better yet increasing, their
health and vitality as they age.
My clients appreciate
the special attention I give to helping them increase their body
awareness and improve their posture. I've found that the more
specifically we feel our bodies, the easier it is to move with grace and
power. To that end I integrate somatic awareness movement exploration
into most of my massage sessions as an educational process of muscular
PEOPLE COME TO ME FOR HELP
RECOVERING FROM, OR LIVING WITH MORE EASILY, THESE conditions
- Back and neck pain, including whiplash and disc
- joint & muscular pain in the back,
neck, shoulders, hips, knees and more
- joint replacement
- surgery preparation & recovery
- injuries from accidents, falls and repetitive use
- asthma and other breathing problems
- emotional pain related to loss
- high stress lifestyle
- Parkinson's disease
- poor or problematic posture
Mahalo a malama pono ~ thank you and take good care.
PS: "Lomilomi" and "lomi lomi" are alternate spellings for the same
word. I have used them interchangeably throughout this website.