Are all lomi lomi massages the same?

No. Ke Ala Hōkū is a very rare form of lomi lomi that only
about 300 people in the world practice.

Who should avoid Ke Ala Hōkū or ancient lomi lomi services?

You can’t lay on the massage table without any kind of support (e.g., towels or pillows).
You have a form of blood cancer (e.g., leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma).
You do not have permission from your doctor after a recent surgery.
You need specific bodywork for an injury or pain.
You have open cuts on your body.
You cannot listen to music being played louder than normal.
You are unable to withstand a room temperature of 28-30 degrees Celsius
(83-86 degrees Fahrenheit).
You need anything fixed, worked on, or special attention to specific areas of your body.

What does kaona mean?

Depth of perception, spectrum, level, or hidden meaning.

What should I expect from the massages?

The less expectations you have and more open you are to
possibilities beyond what your mind can think of or imagine, the better.

Do you do outcalls?

Yes. Please inquire about outcall rates as they may vary depending on your location.