Ka Huna bodywork

Ka Huna Bodywork originated in the South Pacific and was used during Rites of Passage as a transitional massage and healing system. It is also known as Hawaiian Temple Style Massage and Lomi Lomi. This beautiful form of bodywork provides a holistic approach to healing by balancing the Body-mind in its physical, emotional and spiritual dimensions.

What is Ka Huna bodywork?

Ka Huna bodywork is unique in a number of respects. The practitioner uses their hands, forearms and elbows and moves around the table (using flowing Hula and Tai Chi style movements). They work with energy to apply soft and deep tissue massage. Music is played and the practitioner attunes the flow of the massage to harmonise the various rhythms within the client’s body, mind & soul.

Who can receive Ka Huna bodywork?

Everybody, regardless of body shape, age or state of health can receive Ka Huna Bodywork. Whether you’re feeling lack-lustre, out of kilter, or in pain, Ka Huna bodywork offers excellent treatment possibilities for people suffering from stress, depression, exhaustion, physical discomfort and injuries, confusion, grief or loss. It can also assist you with ongoing illness, work or relationship issues.

“As a medical practitioner, trained to treat the body as a physical entity, Peter took me on a journey through Kahuna massage, revealing to me the true power of holistic healing. Through Peter’s sensitive connection and approach to his therapy, I felt my whole body, mind and soul were nurtured.”  – Dr. Richard Mayes, General Practitioner.

What is a Ka Huna bodywork session?
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