I am the original KUMU – Teacher of HO'OPONOPONO LOMILOMI and in search of a HUI 'OHANA – the ones who heard my call .. to come be a part of my "Team of ALOHA Givers" – a group of Family Healers, that will be part of my team. HANAI is the hawai'ian word which means to adopt, to bring into family. This is the protocol I will use. We will do a ritual that the HAUMANA – the Students will actually represent my lineage, my Grandmother and my Ancestors. This will be really family.
NOHO means to sit and LOMI means to make soft and massage.
NOHO LOMI is a social art of helping people to release their everyday stress, while sitting, having conversations and enjoying each others company at any place you like.
All my 'OHANA knows the importance of the Hawaiian traditional system of HO'OPONOPONO. To make things right, to make balance, to talk out all the trapped unsettled things we hold inside. In my 'OHANA we made this ritual every evening and everyone shares his story and at first the best of his day. This is the way learning to listen and understand each other and to respect each others voice.
10 day intensive course, Level A & B
17. – 27. February 2019
Level A and Level B with Kumu Kahililaulani Alapa'i
and Kumu Kahealani Amber Alapa'i
Kumu Kahealani Amber Alapa'i is a teacher
of her Families traditional Hawai'ian
Massage Ho'oponopono LomiLomi.
At a young age, She was taught by her
Father Allen Alapa'i who was a Master
It is a great Honour to come and share the BREATH OF LIFE – this is the meaning of ALOHA.
To all of you ... Who are ready – MAKAUKAU ... to HELP – to give KOKUA to our troubled World and to HEAL! Starting with yourself first. Then your Family, your Community, and eventually the World. Because I know in my HEART ...
Aloha can heal the World
Aloha can heal theWorld
KUMU Allen Elia Alapa'i & KUMU Kahililaulani Alapa'i
phone +1 808 826 6604 email firstname.lastname@example.org website aloha-can-heal-the-world.com
address P.O. Box 841 • Hanalei, HI 96714, USA
® 2018 Kumu Allen Elia Alapa'i & Kumu Kahililaulani Alapa'i