Lomi Lomi Treatments Info;  - for Directions see below

We are available Mon thru Fri; 9 am to 2 pm. The treatment visit lasts 2 hours and we can treat 2 at the same time.

1. When you come, we provide you with a sarong and hand towels and lots of water to drink, put you in a large ventilated steam room that you can adjust to your comfort level. You can steam and relax on the garden deck.

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2. Next a Lomi practitioner will rub you with a sea/salt/alaea clay for exfoliate, enrich, and detox process. Then you shower. We move you to your lomi room/s where 2 practitioners do the lomi lomi massage on you. After that you may steam a little more, shower, relax on the garden deck. You will be here for 2 hours. Normally we can do 2 at the same time.

See below for DIRECTIONS TO ANGELINEʻS.

3. Next a Lomi practitioner will rub you with a sea/salt/alaea clay for exfoliate, enrich, and detox process. Then you shower.


3. We move you to your lomi room/s where 2 practitioners do the lomi lomi massage on each body (4 hand lomi).


4. After that you may steam a little more, shower, relax on the garden deck. You will be here for 2 hours. Normally we can do 2 at the same time.



Steam; Sea/salt/Alae clay Body Rub: 

In our Lomi treatment we use steam to relax the whole body mind and soul. One can completely "let go" in our  ventilated steam room which is adjustable to your comfort. In the constant mist, one focus; your wellness.


Our signature  sea-salt/alae clay body rub  exfoliates, enriches, draws out sweat and toxins and provides as per our Hawaiian cultural heritage, a spiritual protection and cleansing from negative energies; thus your practitioner and yourself are cleared from residues past and present that may exist in our psyche, on our bodies and in our environment.


In  Hawaiian culture,  Sea-salt, which holds all the trace elements and minerals needed by the human body, held in suspension in quartz crystals in the perfect parts per million, is one of 3 elements that were held sacred by our ancestors and used in health treatments, spiritual ritual, and food. The other 2 are the leaf of the Ti plant, and the leaf of the Taro. Each have crystal structures in their makeup.


Alaea clay is found on all the Hawaiian islands; some similar and some distinct to the locale. Clay has been known for its antibiotic and mineral properties. Sea salt and clay are customarily combined for food, medicine and spiritual event. 


Our gentle, yet exfoliating body rub is performed with Oli (chant; prayer) in the steam, to initiate the  2 hr. wellness journey; your visit to Angelineʻs. 

Angelines Lomi

Anahola, Kauai.

 After purifying the body with steam and a brisk salt scrub, it's time for 4 handed lomi massage.  - deep tissue lomi for site-specific issues can be requested. Hot stone Lomi Pohaku Wela Wela is available by special request. Visits generally last two hours, but you are welcome to enjoy ohana [Hawaiian time] by steaming and relaxing on the spacious garden deck as long as you wish.  

Call or email for info: Phone: 808-822-3235

An aboriginal Hawaiian practitioner of Lomilomi Pololei and La’au Lapa’au, traditional Hawaiian massage and herbal wellness treatments, Angeline is a member of the revered group of Kahuna (priestess) Lomi Lomi and La’au Lapa’au Kupuna (elder/wisdom keeper.) She and her ohana (family) were trained by Auntie Margaret, Hawaii’s most famous Lomi teacher, to provide traditional Hawaiian Wellness Treatments that include purifying steam, rejuvenating full-body scrubs using therapeutic Hawaiian Alae, sea salt and coconut oil to exfoliate, cleanse and detoxify the body. The magical Hawaiian Lomi Lomi massage is given in the octagonal redwood and cedar steam rooms by two lomi practitioners at the same time. 

* Look for the little white hula angel sign (above) at our driveway on Kamalomaloo Pl.  On the corner of Kamalomaloo and Malama Aina. 

A visit to Mu’olaulani is a “must do” experience that will stay in your heart forever. 

By appointment only: 808- 822-3235

Directions to Angeline's:

We are a half and hour drive East of the Airport.

Just north of Kapaa town, in Anahola, or south of Kilauea town, between the 14 and 15 mile markers, our cross road is: Hokualele Road, Turn oceanside, then make the next right (Kamalomaloo Place.

We are the last driveway on the right, before the stop-sign. THERE IS A LITTLE WHITE "ANGELINES" SIGN WITH OUR HULA-ANGEL LOGO JUST BEFORE THE DRIVE.  

You will see a parking area there. Walk down the driveway and go left at the arrow sign.
If you come from the north just reverse the directions; remember that we are between 14 and 15 mile markers.

Google Map Directions of neighborhood; minimize map to see broader view of island (click)

If you are staying in Poipu on the south side, it takes about an hour to get here. There is usually some traffic between the airport and Poipu  on the south and Kapaa on the East, during commute hours. Best to make your appt. accordingly.

There is a bypass route through Kapaa going east: As you pass Wailua, going into Kapaa, look for Kintaros Restaurant on your right (past the Shell station); the bypass road is about an 8th mile past Kintaros, on your left; there is a turning lane.

- please bring a bath or beach towel.

Mahalo

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