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Location: Island of Maui
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Continuing Education on Maui 1 Reply

Started by Jeff Sims. Last reply by Jeff Sims Feb 18, 2010.

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Comment by eArtH mUffIn on May 31, 2012 at 3:40pm

Thanks Jeff.

Comment by Jeff Sims on May 10, 2012 at 9:57pm
And also, Tera, there is this:

Hawaiian Lomilomi Maoli Massage coming to Maui Academy of Healing Arts School of Massage beginning Saturday June 23rd!

Call 808-879-4266 to register and for more information.

30 Hours of Instruction for $450, early registration available for $375 if paid by June 1st, a $75 SAVINGS!

Linda Lopez has over 22 years experience as a massage therapist and teacher with a foundation in meditative practices. Her work honors the innate wisdom of the body. Her Lomi training spans 9 years and in 2009, was acknowledged as a Kumu Lomi Lomi Practitioner and teacher by her Kumu, Wayne Kealohi Powell.

30 hour class will present basic principles of Hawaiian Lomilomi Massage based on ancient Hawaiian philosophy. Lomilomi weaves firm flowing strokes together with movement, rhythm, conscious breathing and heartfelt prayerful intention. Lomilomi Maoli (true Lomilomi) must incorporate values such as unity (lokahi), compassion (aloha) and righteousness (pono). Students will learn full body, prone and supine routine.

Contact Linda Lopez for additional class information at 808-344-2571
Licensed Massage Therapist; MAT#11111

Call Maui Academy of Healing Arts School of Massage at 808-879-4266 for registration and more information.
Comment by Jeff Sims on May 10, 2012 at 9:52pm
Hi Tera ~ a couple of programs for your consideration:

http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=wsgaaniab&v=...
Comment by eArtH mUffIn on May 10, 2012 at 11:41am

Hello everyone!!  I am thinking of moving to Maui to apprentice, although I am already certified/taught etc.  I just want to dive deeper into the Hawaiian/Lomi culture.  I'm lloking for any and all advice....jobs, places to live, etc.  Blessings and best wishes to you ALL!!

Aloha, Tera

Comment by Jesse MacLean on October 19, 2011 at 2:01pm
The International Cupping Therapy Association's 2012 Schedule is now available at www.cuppingtherapy.org.  Or, jump directly to the 2012 schedule here.

You will find the Contemporary Cupping Methods scheduled all over the US (Maui is scheduled for February 25 - 27) and several dates in Canada. 

We are offering several Advanced Cupping Techniques classes in 2012 which will be 2 days of 90% hands on - 15 different treatments for Orthopedic, Sports and Stubborn Conditions.

CUP ON!

Comment by Jeff Sims on August 10, 2010 at 4:14pm
i practice and also teach massage therapy on Maui. i practice in an chiropractor's office and the economy is not improving. visitor counts are up a little over last year (which was down), but the visitors are spending less, and that translates into very lean times.
Comment by Carolyn Forlee on August 7, 2010 at 11:14am
Thanks JJS. I do have my A&P and Pathology hours but not kinesiology, guess I should start looking into classes.
So do you work independently or for someone else? How is the job market out there?
Comment by Jeff Sims on August 2, 2010 at 4:35am
Aloha Carolyn ~ Hawaii requires 570 hours (http://hawaii.gov/dcca/pvl/boards/massage/application_publications/...) and a written exam. Do you have your A&P, kinesiology and pathology hours?
Comment by Carolyn Forlee on August 1, 2010 at 8:34pm
Aloha all! I currently live in California and was wondering what the requirements were to work as an MT in Maui as I'm toying with the idea of moving there. Any tips and or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Comment by Karen Reifinger on July 5, 2010 at 12:26pm
2 Mini-Conferences...

Ka Huna Bodywork & Healing Skills

Dec.1-9 - Oahu
Featuring Huna Kane (The Secrets of Higher Self Alignment) with Kahuna Sandra Rose Michael, Kahuna Harry Uhane Jim (Wise Secrets of Aloha) & Opening The Energy Gateways with Kumu Karen Pualalea Reifinger. Special Guests !

Jan. 20-30, 2011 - Big Island Full Residential Retreat
Learn Huna Kane, LomiLomi Temple Style Bodywork, Ha Breath, Ho'oponopono, Lei Making, Hawaiian Culture, Island Adventures, Special Guests! Attending: Kumu Karen Pualalea Reifinger, Kahuna Sandra Rose Michael, Kahuna Harry Uhane Jim.

Retreats are small to assure one-on-one apprentice-style training.

NCBTMB, FSBMT CE Hours Available

For more information, cost, details:
Karen Reifinger, Huna Mua Wellness
karen@hunamua.com
www.hunamua.com
610-360-2427
 

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