IMG_3339As some of you may know, I am a student of Hawaiian practitioning since 2005. It started out as an interest in shamanism and later followed by being introduced to Hawaiian Hula, which can be held within a Christian framework or Buddhism. In Hula, there is both modern and ancient types of dances, which includes chanting, or ‘oli, as it is called. Together it becomes a way to tell stories about legends, nature, history and love with our hands and motions together with adornments like flowers and clothes. There are also several other facets of Hawaiian culture, which may include Lomilomi massage and healing, music, crafts and spiritual guidance. (Find videos at our Facebook page.) I exercise Ho’oponopono which I will offer you at Telluselle Living Center besides coaching one-on-one and in small groups. Have a look here for some examples, if you would like to learn more!

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