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Kahuna Temple Style Massage

Stacey Solah

Born out of Hawaii, Kahuna Temple Style Massage is a shamanic dance that not only eases physical tension, but also facilitates mental and emotional healing. Set apart from any other form of massage, the long strokes and continuous dance like flow over the whole body ensure the receiver loses track of what body part is being worked so that he/ she can mentally switch off and surrender to the massage.

Using hands and forearms, the giver kneads the physical tension out of the body, while separating and lengthening the receivers muscles with varying tension and an all around, deeply relaxing treatment.

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Kahuna, (literally translated as 'The Master'), can also dig into any mental blockages and emotional turmoil that is being held in the tissue, and draw it out of the body and auric field of the receiver; thereby treating all needs and layers of tension.

Kahuna hands operate with unconditional love and acceptance of the receiver, allowing him/ her to feel completely safe and nurtured. There are seven principles of Hawaiian philosophy that guide the intention and dance of the Temple Style Massage. These principles live in the DNA of the giver, and actively direct all aspects of his/ her life. They are as follows:

Ike: The World is what you think it is. Be aware.


Kala: There are no limits. Be free.


Makia: Energy flows where attention goes. Be focused.


Manawa: Now is the moment of power. Be here.


Aloha: To love is to be happy with. Be happy.


Mana: All power comes from within. Be confident.


Pono: Effectiveness is the measure of truth. Be positive.


When receiving a Kahuna Temple Style massage, you lay in a medium between humanity and divinity. The massage table is the alter to facilitate healing where it is needed, physically, emotionally, and mentally. You will feel relaxed, recharged and amazing!


To make a booking or inquiry please email stacey@solahskin.com I look forward to hearing from you!


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