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Swedish massage (standard),
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Hot stone massage,
I went to straight to you to make sure that you know the month size type that you were getting is different than a general sports therapy massageApr 28, 2018Verified
Ed was able to fit me in and gave me a all over wonderful massage. He concentrated on my back On my request, but also discovered areas in my legs that needed work. Thank you Ed!Apr 18, 2018Verified
Hands-down this was one of the best massage treatments I've ever had! The care, concern and thoughtful approach made such a difference and exceeded my expectations. If your are looking for more than your average massage and know the difference between "feel good" and "treatment/ therapy". This is absolutely the place to go! You will not be disappointed.Aug 15, 2017
I went to try Lomi because I was curious and it shaped up to be an extremely relaxing and positive experience. I'm returning this week for a massage with Edward too because not only did I get a very professional, welcoming, trustworthy vibe from him, but I could tell he'd be excellent in that context too (targeted pain relief as opposed to something more holistic and meditative). I really appreciated the sensitivity in his approach. I do think 'meditative' is the best way to describe Lomi and I would definitely recommend it.Mar 13, 2017Verified
I have had many massages over the years and was drawn to Eric because of his European training. I was looking for something different then the deep tissue I normally get- I wanted something relaxing. I chose to get the Lomi massage. I actually fell asleep on the table-- totally stress free and relaxed!Mar 12, 2015Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Don't make your selection of therapist by price. That is the single best piece of advice I can offer. That said, I offer discounts to both new and ongoing clients. Thank you for your consideration.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I try to learn what I can from clients, to the extent they will share; their goals, their needs. What they look for in a great massage, as well as what they don't like. New clients are requested to complete a client intake form. From this we learn about restrictions, contraindications, etc. As well, I will inquire as to what has been maybe missing from their prior therapist work or what they enjoyed best - in other words what would be the ideal experience for them. The first treatment is usually a learning experience for me and for the client. It can take a couple of sessions with a client to really develop a connection and for this reason it is a good idea to try and find a therapist you like and have confidence and trust - and make bodywork part of a wellness regimen, not simply a once a year "treat".
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Training in such a style takes years of dedication. It is not about doing one or two courses and then becoming a Kahuna Bodywork practitioner. One needs to find that space, awareness and wisdom within our own selves first before we are able to perform and provide the deeper healing space for others. Our training is mostly non-verbal, and certainly very physical (it has been compared to a martial art), giving us increasing access to the wisdom held in our bodies so that we can then learn to perform this wisdom on another I have trained under the guidance of renowned teacher and mentor Robert Gantke, in a direct student lineage of Kahu Abraham Kawaii and then with renowned Hawaiian spiritual leader and Kahuna bodywork expert, Uwe Schorb. My training has been a process of many deep transformations and experiences throughout the years of many workshops and student clinics. Each one has taught me new things about myself, and new ways of looking at the world. As a base, my core training comes from the prestigious Bancroft School.