Hawaiian Massage UK Training Centre - Rosalie Samet
A Hawaiian Massage treatment is an applied sequence of sacred ceremonies designed to bring to life the Huna Wisdom of Hawaii, thereby activating the healing power of Aloha.
The massage session works with the client’s intention for healing, so clients are asked to consider their reasons for wanting a treatment and to possibly discuss this with the Practitioner.
This is an all-body oil massage; the back of the body receives the massage first.
The Practitioner makes long flowing strokes of varying rhythm and intensity up and down the length of the body, moving from side to side, by using fingers, hands, forearms and bodyweight.
The treatment takes place in a warm, safe and relaxing environment. A session can take from one and a half hours to 3 or more hours, depending upon the arrangement.
From the moment an appointment is made to long after the session has ended, the practitioner engages with the dynamic forces of nature to facilitate the most comprehensive benefits possible for the client.
Training, qualifications & experience
I have been practicing Hawaiian Massage in the UK since 1990 and was one of first teachers to offer Practitioner Trainings in 1997. I learnt Hawaiian Massage in Hawaii with Kahuna Masters of Hawaiian Wisdom, Shamanism and Massage, and over the years my work has been featured in numerous publications from national newspapers to specialist magazines. The Hawaiian Massage UK Training Centre was founded in 2005, where I teach Introductory Workshops and Diploma Practitioner Trainings accredited by the Association of Physical and Natural Therapists (APNT).
I am a member of the Massage Training Institute and the Association of Physical and Natural Therapists. I am also a Master Practitioner of NLP, Hypnotherapy and Reiki as well as a State Registered Nurse and Yoga Instructor.
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