In loving memory of Kumu Allen Kealaelia Alapa’i (1958-2018)
Kumu Allen Kealaelia Alapa’i is a LomiLomi Master from the island of Kaua’i who has touched many people with his warm, heart-opening nature. He has supported healing on a physical, emotional and mental level with his family art of healing of Ho’oponopono LomiLomi and has shared his healing knowledge in lectures, workshops and trainings all over the world. This centuries-old family tradition is continued today by his wife Kumu Kahililaulani Alapa’i and his daughter Kumu Kahealani Amber Alapa’i.
ALOHA CAN HEAL THE WORLD
“Ho’oponopono” means to make things right, to make balance (pono), to be in harmony with yourself, your family, your environment and your community. It‘s about releasing the four main negative energies the body holds: fear, anger, jealousy and sadness which can cause blockades and knots in the body.
Forgivness is the key for healing.
“LomiLomi” is the Hawaiian art of healing the mind, body, heart and spirit. Using the proper protocols of PULE (prayer), OLI (chants), MELE (songs) and HULA (dance). We become the instrument, the channel that can heal people. LomiLomi is more than a massage. It is an ancient Hawaiian healing tradition that uses many kinds of techniques. It’s known for being a soothing, flowing, gentle and relaxing experience.
What‘s been released by Ho’oponopono on a mental and emotional level can be released by LomiLomi on a physical level.