400 Hobron Ln. Suite 211 Honolulu, Hawaii 96815

Top Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Massage Session

01 Apr 2017

Between owning a massage establishment, being a practitioner, and just plain old enjoying getting worked on, I’ve humbly formed a solid basis on the points that can make or break a massage. Some have to do with the intent and skill-set of the practitioner, while others deal with the active role of the patient. As a patient, here are my top tips you can do to get the most out of your session: Leave Your Insecurities at the Door. Whether it’s unshaven legs, clammy feet, or general self doubt about your weight, for the duration of your massage, forget all of that. There’s no need to waste your session worrying.

Commitment to Health Monthly Massage Packages

01 Apr 2017

Whether you’re logging in 40 hours a week at a desk or construction site, dedicated to daily sessions at the gym, or expecting a new addition in the next 9 months, we believe it’s necessary to tend to your tired body on a routine basis. With that in mind, we are now offering monthly massage packages! The more hours you buy for the month, the greater the discount on each hour. If interested, you can purchase one of the following: – 4 Hours for $220 +tax ($55/hour) – 8 Hours for $400 +tax ($50/hour) Each package expires a month after purchase without refund, but feel free to share your hours.

To Those We Have Had the Honor to Work With…

01 Apr 2017

Thank you for being present each day for your patients, our team, and our space….

What’s in a Name?

01 Apr 2017

Red Earth. `Alaea in Hawaiian. By one definition: “water-soluble ocherous earth, used for coloring salt, for medicine, for dye, and formally in the purification ceremony called hi’uwai.” For me, words have always held their own power and magic. I named my son Greyson because he was born in a time that honors his elders. I call him Grey because of the imagery it brings to mind: rain clouds, fog, mist, and the middle-way. In the same thought pattern, when it came to naming our business, I wanted it to ring as a reminder of why I started this venture in the first place. When my Aunty Lea had been going.