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Na mo"olelo lomilomi

the traditions of Hawaiian massage and healing

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Published by Bishop Museum Press in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hawaii.
    • Subjects:
    • Massage -- Hawaii.,
    • Traditional medicine -- Hawaii.,
    • Massage -- Hawaii.,
    • Medicine, Traditional -- Hawaii.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Other titlesTraditions of Hawaiian massage and healing
      Statementedited with an introduction by R. Makana Risser Chai.
      ContributionsChai, R. Makana Risser, 1953-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRM721 .N3 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3401987M
      ISBN 10158178046X
      LC Control Number2005016752
      OCLC/WorldCa60651035

      Moolelo Lomilomi Traditions. Na Mo'olelo Lomilomi: The Traditions of Hawaiian Massage and Healing $ $, Used» Click for Details Shipping: Click Return Policy: Returns Accepted Location: Amazon Warehouse Brand/Style: Moolelo Lomilomi Traditions: Search. Ideas: Gibson, Harmony, Guild. Hawaiian Lomilomi – Big Island Massage (3rd Edition) By Nancy Kahalewai Discover how lomi lomi can bring the feeling of Aloha into your world! This is a newly updated and revised edition of Kahalewai’s second edition of Hawaiian Lomilomi: Big Island Massage, the 2nd Ed that was published in Richly illustrated with color photos, this edition is not available in any other form.

      She compiled what she found into a book published by the Bishop Museum, Na Mo’olelo Lomilomi: Traditions of Hawaiian Massage and Healing. That led to a second book, Hawaiian Massage Lomilomi: Sacred Touch of Aloha, which won a “Keep It Hawai’i” award from the Hawai’i Tourism Authority. Makana was made a life member of the Hawaiian. Bibliography. Pukui & Elbert dictionary; R. Makana Risser Chai, Na Mo'olelo Lomilomi: The Traditions of Hawaiian Massage & Healing, Bishop Museum Press. R. Makana Risser Chai, Hawaiian Massage Lomilomi: Sacred Touch of Aloha, Hawaiian Insights. Nancy Kahalewai, Hawaiian Lomilomi - Big Island Massage, Island Massage Publishing.; Robert Noah Calvert, The History of Massage, Healing Arts .

      In the book Na Mo’olelo Lomilomi: The Traditions of Hawaiian Massage and Healing by Makana Risser Chai, they explain how Lomilomi is the traditional art of Hawaiian massage, an ancient practice that is renowned today for being a soothing, flowing, gentle, and relaxing experience. But to the healers of old Hawai‘i, lomilomi was much more.   The Na Moolelo Lecture Series is an opportunity for the public to learn from Hawaiian cultural experts, historians and other museum professionals who prompt discussion of .


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Na Mo'olelo Lomilomi: The Traditions of Hawaiian Massage and Healing. Lomilomi is the traditional art of Hawaiian massage, an ancient practice that is renowned for being a soothing, flowing, gentle, and relaxing experience.

To the healers of old Hawai'i, lomilomi was much more/5(11). Na Mo’olelo Lomilomi, The Traditions of Hawaiian Massage and Healing links us – the readers - with the past by sharing the words and voices of special indigenous Hawaiian people who have traveled this healing path before us and who helped make lomilomi what it is today.

Essential for lomilomi students and practitioners, Na Mo'olelo Lomilomi delves into the historic roots, the cultural context, and the diversity of the traditional healing art.

About the Author. Native Hawaiian historians David Malo, Samuel Kamakau, John Papa 'I'i, Kepelino, Mary Kawena Pukui, and Malcolm Naea Chu provide the backbone of this : Native Books.

Native Knowledge Exchange. Product Categories. Nā Mea Hawaiʻi () Home / Native Books / Health & Spirituality / Na Moolelo Lomilomi: The Traditions of Hawaiian Massage & Heali. Anyone who wants to read about lomilomi, the Hawaiian art of healing, must search long and hard to glean small pieces of her book, Chai compiles almost every piece of historical text related to lomilomi into one book.

This book is an invaluable resource for students and practitioners who want to know the historical roots, the cultural context, and the diversity of lomilomi. It can cure the most common ailments, or bring someone back from the brink of death.

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For the first time ever "Na Mo'olelo Lomilomi" compiles every piece of historical text related to lomilomi into one book. An invaluable resource, this book will be essential for students of Hawaiian culture and practitioners of lomilomi who want to know the historical roots, the cultural context and the diversity of lomilomi.

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Learn more about Amazon Prime/5. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: About this book --Introduction: lomilomi is more than massage --Pule, hoʻoponopono, ʻai, & pani: prayer, reconciliation, food, & closure --Ke kanaka lomi: the massage therapist --Nā kauka lomilomi a haʻihaʻi iwi: doctors of osteopathy & chiropractic --Hāhā, hahano, & ʻōʻō.

The free Na Moolelo Lecture series continues Iolani Palace mission to preserve and share Hawaii’s unique cultural and historical qualities with the community. About the Palace Iolani Palace is a living restoration of a proud Hawaiian national identity, registered National Historic Landmark and the only official royal palace in the United States.

This book offers in-depth perspective of the belief system of the indigenous Hawaiian people, their pre-Christian view of a person and the underlying concept of mana, or innate spiritual energy that manifests in. For the first time ever "Na Moolelo Lomilomi" compiles every piece of historical text related to lomilomi into one book.

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It has been said the elders kept many things secret and, therefore, much of the indigenous healing methods may have been lost. Table of contents for Na mo'olelo lomilomi: the traditions of Hawaiian massage and healing / edited with an introduction by R. Makana Risser Chai.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. For those of you seeking a book that not only explains the origins of Lomi, but also goes into the tradtions of hawaiian healing medicines Get Makana's book: "Na Mo olelo Lomilomi.

She also have a beautiful hard cover book that is filled with amazing photographs of hawaiian elders and local lomilomi practitioners where you can visually see the. © Kona Bay Books. Proudly created with | [email protected] Home.About Lomilomi “The heart of lomilomi is love and respect for others.

Lomilomi gives love and is therefore one of the true acts of human kindness and one of the greatest of healing arts” ~ Na Mo’olelo Lomilomi “The loving touch – a connection of heart, hand and soul with the source of all life” ~ Aunty Margaret Machado The Master Healers of Hawaii knew that there were special ways.About the Book; Aole no nui na moolelo i kakau a i hoolaha ia no Niihau.

He puke keia e hoike ana i na moolelo oiaio o ka ohana Niihau. O ka mea i okoa ai o Niihau, he aina ku okoa oia nona iho, no ka olelo, ka noho ana, a me na moolelo o ka aina, pela i okoa ai.