Kahuna Massage and Ka Huna Bodywork
What is Ka Huna massage and Bodywork?
Kahuna massage (or Ka Huna bodywork) is an oil based massage using hands and forearms in a rhythmic and fluid motion, like a dance.
Many people have already experienced this Polynesian healing which is known by various names in different parts of the world. In Hawaii it is known as lomi lomi. In Australia and New Zealand as Hawaiian Massage and in Europe as Mauri Massage. Other names it goes by are Hawaiian Temple style rnassage, Aloha massage and Huna massage. In Australia it is also known as Ka Huna bodywork or Kahuna massage.
Who can receive?
Any one who is open to the experience. The greater the openness, the greater the impact. Anybody, regardless of body shape, age or state of health can receive Ka Huna bodywork/ massage.
Your practitioner provides a safe supportive environment for you to facilitate relaxation and healing.
What Happens in a Ka Huna bodywork/massage session?
While it is called a massage, it’s really bodywork utilising hands and arms in flowing movements over the body, which brings fresh oxygen to every cell. It can be energising, or relaxing, or emotional, or healing, or spiritual or physical, or totally different.
Is it sexual?
As Ka Huna has such a wonderful flow to it, it can feel sensual depending on your sensitivity however it is not usually a sexual service.
How Much is it?
One hour Ka Huna massage/bodywork is $80
When and where do you do your Ka Huna massage?
Ally is based in Unley, Adelaide.
She is available Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday and Friday from 10am to 6pm. Saturdays and other times by special request.
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