Lomi Lomi Training – Practitioner – May 3rd to May 8th 2023


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A 4 day residential retreat which will certify you as Lomi Lomi Practitioner. This is a deep dive into Hawaiian Spirituality & Healing. We embrace the cultural practices of Oli (chant), Hula & communion with the natural elements. Bodywork techniques include Underbody strokes, embodying Earth Water Fire & Air in your massage delivery & use of hot stones (‘ili ‘ili). Intuitive Body Reading & Deep Consultation leads to a new level of connection & relationship with client & self.

Here you will receive your Certificate as “Lomi Lomi Practitioner” from Lomi Lomi Ireland. We are insured & our certificates are recognised for insurance (provided you have massage therapy with anatomy & physiology). We are recognised by ARCHTI as an approved training school – Association of Registered Complimentary Health Therapists of Ireland. We recommend seeking membership with ARCHTI who have excellent insurance schemes.

DATE: May 3rd to May 8th 2023
VENUE: Inch Hideaway, Glanturkin, Whitegate, Co. Cork, P25 ND37
BRING:Poem or song or story for the Welcome Ceremony, 4 sarongs, 1 handtowel, 500 ml massage oil, comfy clothes to massage in, walking shoes, swimming togs, rainjacket, robe & slippers for after treatments.


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Lomi Lomi Ireland Training Information: Level 3 Practitioner

Lomi Lomi is the Hawaiian word for “massage”, though it’s deeper meaning & application has many layers. Traditionally, this healing art was practiced within families, each with their own unique style, and passed on by the elder to a chosen family member to continue the lineage.

Lomi Lomi is rooted in ancient Polynesian knowledge & a unique way of thinking & seeing the world. In order to understand what Lomi Lomi is, the deeper applications of this work, we need to explore Hawaiian consciousness, to get to the roots & foundation of what it is, where it comes from, and what is asked of us in order to be able to practice this work. This is especially important if we are non-Hawaiians.

To have respect for this sacred work, we must have a connection with the people, the source, the land, the stories, the language, the chants, the prayers, the protocols, the way of thinking, the proverbs, the dance, the myths & legends.

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