In our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversation, we’ll learn about the Hawaiian healing tradition of lomilomi, including foundational principles, philosophy, and techniques. Led by Kapono Aluli Souza, lomilomi practitioner and MMT (Medical Massage Therapist), the conversation will inspire greater awareness and understanding of a holistic approach to self-care.
With more than 20 years of experience, Kapono comes from a long line of healing and arts practitioners and offers an innovative, holistic approach to wellness.
Click below to register; the Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to the presentation. We hope to see you there!
About the Speaker
Kapono Aluli Souza is a Lomilomi Practitioner and Medical Massage Therapist (MMT) with more than 20 years of experience. Born and raised in Hawaiʻi, he comes from a long line of healing, music, and art practitioners. At a very young age, his tutu wahine (grandmother) shared the art of lomilomi with him, traditional ʻike (knowledge) which he now shares with a new generation of students.
As one of Hawaiʻi’s most innovative marital bodyworkers, Kapono’s holistic and evidence-based approach to wellness helps patients achieve positive outcomes to chronic and acute conditions while substantially improving their quality of life. With a thriving practice, Kapono teaches workshops in Hawaiʻi and the continental U.S. with additional online workshops and training launching in Summer 2021.
Kahaukani Conversations is made possible with support from:
Atherton Family Foundation