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Hawaiian Massage

Enjoy learning some of the basic back and front of body movements of Hawaiian Massage and how you can integrate these into your current bodywork ritual with ease, or purely for pleasure.

Often referred to as Lomi Lomi, Hawaiian Massage draws on the teachings of Kahuna and the spiritual magic of traditional Hawaii, for a truly blissfull massage experience.

Traditionally Hawaiian Massage works to integrate the mind, body and soul and as such is a beautifully relaxing and pampering massage treatment, with long, luxurious strokes where the massage therapist synchronises their breath with the strokes to achieve a rhythmic flow.

If you have completed Swedish Massage (or the equivalent) treat yourself and your clients with this short course in Hawaiian Massage.


I just wanted to write and thank you for such an amazing workshop. I was rusty and very much underqualified to be with such a group of amazing massage therapists. Jo-Anne made me feel so welcome, she was patient and kind and teaches exceptionally well. Jo-Anne not only imparts her incredible knowledge (I learned a huge amount) but she imparts her energy, passion, and commitment as well. It took no time at all for her to create an atmosphere where a group of strangers, were sharing stories and knowledge and growing in their confidence and skills, the group dynamic facilitated by Jo-Anne was one of the best I have experienced. Paris Cutler

Study options: Join us on campus in Sydney


Start Date: 15/09/2018

Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm

Duration: One Weekend

Day One: 15 Sept.
Day Two: 16 Sept.

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Course Fees: $335.00


"I am so grateful to Nature care College for providing such a supportive and highly professional tuition over the time I spent doing my qualification. Thank you all so much!"

Monika Bebb

Massage Graduate

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