Since 2015 I have been practicing Hawaiian healing art and offer sessions to people throughout Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. This path of perpetual studies and mastery brings in new meaning and self-expression into my life. I am a practitioner of Lomi Lomi Nui and Kahi Loa – Hawaiian healing massages.
I also teach Kino Mana – the system of Hawaiian bodywork and Huna – the art of healing, spiritual development, and empowerment. These practices embrace our wholeness: body, mind, emotions, and spirit. They are also powerful tools of transformation towards a conscious and happy life.
The course of my work is intuitive and manifests differently each time I approach the person. The creative inspiration comes from nature, the wisdom of the indigenous people from America, Polynesia, and Australia, music, body movement, other people, and connections.
I am deeply grateful to all my teachers and guides on my path of development and empowerment. During the last few years, I learned from many healers and teachers including Susan Pa’iniu Floyd and Serge Kahili King (Aloha International a Division of Huna International, Hawaii), Marta Maja Gierczynska, Tatiana Cichocka, Danusia and Jerzy Adamczyk, and Maka’ala Yates.
In my practice, I also use elements of PeLoha – massage created by Alan Earle, a healer from Australia and teachings of Maori Grandmother Arapata TeMaari Aiono.