Kahuna Bodywork Training in Australia
© Na Pua 'Olohe
Massage (Lomi), and many other massage applications, empower
the individual's state of being for that moment, physically,
mentally and spiritually.
Kahuna Bodywork empowers the individual's entire self, in
their life and consciousness, their entire genetic family.
Kahuna Bodywork empowers all those that have come before
you, are now and are yet to be.
Kahuna Bodywork empowers the grace, compassion and dignity
in spirituality for that entire genetic family.
"The traditional Hawaiian (Kanaka
Maoli) Massage, is called Lomilomi or Romi (meaning to
knead) and was formerly taught generally within the structure
of the Hawaiian society. This is the common style of massage
comparable to what Swedish massage is to modern day people."
Ancient (Hawaiian) Kanaka Maoli Kahuna Bodywork is not a
massage, as its effect is extended to other members of the
genetic family. It was also known as Romi, but, specifically
in its temple legacy, is much more extended.
- Romi Ka Pa Lele (meaning the Royal Altar of Heaven).
- Romi 'Oluli (meaning Flowing - Flexibility - Waving),
- Romi Kealakekua (meaning The Pathway of the Gods).
'Oluea (meaning Composure - Calmness -Loose - Release -
"These are styles from the legacy
of temple applications; used in rites of passage; from
girl to womanhood and from boy to manhood - a rite of passage
to greater professional responsibilities and/or leadership."
"All Kahuna Bodywork styles come
from a temple developed tradition, initially done and performed
by Kahuna (Spiritual Keeper of Knowledge - Priest Professionals
- Masters of the Art)."
"These styles were taught and regulated
by temple rules and performed in temple settings."
"Its basic application is the forearm and hands applied
with motion in a leverage empowerment gained through carriage,
posture, positioning and placement, and accentuated by the
rhythm of a Script."©
The Performer is identified as the player
of the Script‚ and
the body is the stage which provides a new Script to each
performance , dictating the length of performance, the depth
of performance, the placement, its speed, and most of all,
its own realisation in the conclusion of the innate self.
An encore to an uninfluenced masterpiece
by a virtuoso.
With permission Na Pua 'Olohe (The Flowers
of Wisdom), The Hawaiian (Kanaka Maoli) Kahuna Style of
BodyWork Effecting Healing & Transformations