Hawaiian Massage: Lomilomi
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Alva Andrews
Kumu (teacher) Alva Andrews gives iwi lomi (lomi of the bones) to his student, David Vriden.


Winner of a "Keep It Hawaii" Award for authentic

portrayal of Hawaiian traditions.

As seen in the San Francisco Chronicle,

Massage Magazine, and Massage Therapy Journal.

Learn from the great teachers like Alva Andrews, Auntie Margaret Machado and Kahu Abraham. See lomilomi massage body work technique, temple lomi or romi, hot stone, ho'oponopono. The book includes a directory so that you can contact these teachers and take classes from the masters.

These are the most respected teachers in the world. Their lomi lomi heritage goes back many generations of kahuna in Hawaii. Their students come from around the world, and they teach in Europe, Japan and Australia. This is the first time any of them have given their permission to be photographed and quoted in a book on their ancient healing art.

"The inspirational quotes accompanied by photos of the heavenly, healing practice of lomilomi will have you making spa arrangements without delay." ATA Sights magazine

For two or more books, contact us at Aloha@HawaiianInsights.com– or buy single books from Amazon.

Hawaiian Massage Lomilomi Book, autographed by author

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Na Mo'olelo Lomilomi Book

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Books by Pali Jae Lee

Tales from the Night Rainbow by Pali Jae Lee and Koko Willis

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Kamalamalama: the Light of Knowledge

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