Mission Statement: Aloha Lomi Massage Academy offers a high-quality Hawaiian massage training program that combines well-grounded basics with introductions to creative, alternative modalities. To create a learning environment that is empowering, loving, fun, and full of the passion of discovery. To find joy and gratitude in our service to others through the gift of bodywork, and to Bring The Healers Back Into The Families.
ALOHA LOMI MASSAGE ACADEMY
Offering a 570 hour Hawaii State Licensing Program
570-HOUR MASSAGE TRAINING PROGRAM CONSISTS OF:
- 50 hours of anatomy, physiology and structural kinesiology
- 100 hours of massage theory and practice (during which you will learn a full body routine)
(Level 1 or the equivalent from another approved school required to take Level 1)
- 350 hours
Classes in advanced techniques, and practical application in a supervised student clinic.
- 70 hours
Clinical operations: office procedures, record keeping and sanitation.
Completion of this program qualifies you to sit for the Hawaii State Board Massage Licensing exam.
Carol Hart, MAT 6285, is a certified Lomi Instructor and has studied with Dr. Maka’ala Yates, a Kanaka Maoli, since 2002. She has over 18 years of healing experience on Kaua’i, and has been teaching Mana Lomi® 1 workshops for four years and is certified to teach Mana Lomi’ili’ili (Hawaiian hot stone therapy). She founded Hart-Felt Massage & Day Spa , the first massage establishment and spa on West Kauai, and is founder and instructor for the Aloha Lomi Massage Academy in Lihue. She is also an advanced healer with the Peacemaker School of Spiritual Healing, and has been a charter boat captain, boat builder and marine mammalogist. For more information please call 808-245-LOMI (5664) or 808-652-5691 (cell), email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr.Mark Olson, PhD, LMT, is the former Program Director of the Massage Therapy Program at Pioneer Pacific College in Oregon, the former anatomy and massage instructor at the Big Island Academy of Massage in Hilo, and a former neuroanatomy instructor at the Traditional Chinese Medicine College of Hawaii. Currently he is an anatomy and kinesiology instructor at Aloha Lomi Massage Academy, the Massage Therapy Program at Kaua`i Community College, the Pacific Center For Awareness and Bodywork in Kilauea, the Massage Program at Kalani Honua on the Big Island, and the YogaAlign Training at the Kaua`i Yoga School in Princeville. He is also a massage and aquatic therapist and has training and experience in Trancendental Meditation, Vipassana, and Nonviolent Communication.
“I think of you often and always with thanksgiving.. I use Mana Lomi in every session I do on some level. ‘To the bone’ comes to mind often and in the morning before getting out of bed I do the hip and leg stretches on myself. Thank you for your teaching and for the wonderful class I had the opportunity to attend. Just wanted to say ‘Thank You’. Love, light and blessings,”Michelle, Alabama
“Carol’s teaching is filled with a tremendous amount of patience, kindness and very thorough knowledge of the sacred art of Lomi Lomi. It was a privilege and honor to study with her.”