I was fortunate to be invited by my Kumu Enrick Ortiz to this unique Hawaiian cultural event. I enjoyed the camaraderie of my fellow Pa Iwi Ola Lomilomi practitioners and helping numerous attendees with their unique muscle pain issues at this 2 day event.
About 2 years ago I realized that I could use vibration in releasing connective tissue faster without causing undue pressure pain to my clients. The connective tissue (fascial) may be the cause of the pain since it has many nerve endings so when the tissue is loosen from its restrictive state the pain diminishes. This […]
Ellen O., a BNI member, invited me to this class that is helping healers get amazing results. I don’t consider myself a healer but a facilitator who makes adjustments to the body that allows itself to heal with sometimes amazing results. With this new knowledge, I am looking forward to helping my clients get the […]
I work with facia tissue in my sessions and have found it beneficial for my clients. This is just one aspect that I use to assist clients in alleviating their pain issues. Please view this video to understand how facia affects you. View video. (Tap “READ MORE”).
Thomas Myers works with the Anatomy Trains and the Myofacia system. The jest of this video describes his view of pain up to 7:14, after that he get philosophical. I believe in his view of massage and pain. Mahalo
Facia is an important system in the body’s structure and affects the operation of it. In my practice, I address client’s facia issues with Kinessage (Developer – Kathleen Gramzey). View video. (Tap “READ MORE”).
The Benefits of Frequent Massage and Bodywork Help Yourself to Health What exactly are the benefits of receiving massage or bodywork treatments? Useful for all of the conditions listed below and more, massage can: • Alleviate low-back pain and improve range of motion. • Assist with shorter, easier labor for expectant mothers and shorten maternity […]
“Text Neck” is our societal problem! Too much forward head posture while looking at our devices is causing harm to our bodies. Please keep your head upright and keep your neck/spine aligned. (View by tapping “READ MORE”).