Bodywork

Massage at Still & Moving Center

Limited services are available at this time. Please call the front desk to inquire. 808-397-7678

Malu Healing Room
The Hawaiian word malu means shelter, or protection. It is the root of the Hawaiian word for peace, maluhia. We invite you to be a part of your own transformation in the safety of this nurturing space.

Massage & Healing Therapies

Lomilomi

This traditional Hawaiian massage uses rhythmic movements to promote deep healing with the muscles. There are many styles of lomilomi but most affirm that prayer and loving touch are essential components.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā , Janine Oshiro, Sarah Hodges

60 min/$85; 75 min /$99; 90 min/$115;

Lomi A’e

Lomi A’e is a stepping style of Lomi that is done on the floor fully clothed and without the use of oil.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā

60 min/$85; 75 min /$99; 90 min/$115;

Swedish Massage

This Swedish style massage uses classic effleurage and petrissage techniques to improve circulation and relax muscles. Long, short and percussive strokes are also applied with the goal of free movement for the joints.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā, Regina Lumsden

60 min/$85; 75 min /$99; 90 min/$115;

Pregnancy Massage

This gently nurturing bodywork puts the mother’s comfort first. Your experienced therapist is also a mother and understands what you are going through.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā,

60 min/$85; 75 min /$99; 90 min/$115;

Salt Scrub

A nourishing blend of sea salt and organic grapeseed oil is used to burnish your skin until its glowing!

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā

60 min/$105; 90 min/$135;

Body Journey Work

Transformational bodywork helps to release physical and emotional memories held in our fascia. This very down-to-earth massage therapy holds a deep purpose clients’ healing journey.

Therapist(s): Regina Lumsden

60 min/$95; 75 min /$110; 90 min/$125;

Deep Tissue Myofascial Release

The focus of this massage is rehabilitation and pain management. It employs a mix of Eastern Technique and pattern theory paired with Western anatomical and medical knowledge.

Therapist(s): Regina Lumsden

60 min/$95; 75 min /$110; 90 min/$125;

Hot Stone Massage

Heated stones bring deep relaxation to muscles. Stones are placed around the body and also used as massage tools.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā, David Sanders

90 min/$135;

Exfoliation, Wrap & Light Massage

This dry brush exfoliation is followed by an essential oil-infused aloe wrap and finished with hot towels and a light massage.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā

60 min/$105; 90 min/$135;

Sarga Bodywork

Created here at Still & Moving Center by two advanced and innovative bodyworkers, Sarga Bodywork is a barefoot massage that can go deeper more smoothly and easily than most bodywork techniques. Sarga uses the tensional force of a fabric strap attached to a massage table to apply therapeutic myofascial and deep tissue techniques. This method reduces restriction and creates more ease and relaxation in the recipient’s body.

The broad contour of the therapist’s foot deftly delivers deep and consistent pressure at a slow pace to encourage myofascial lengthening, hydration, and release. Clients describe Sarga as “slow, deep, super relaxing,” “a fluid experience from beginning to end,” and “a good balance between therapeutic and relaxing.”

Therapist(s): Janine Oshiro

90min $125, 120min $145

Kumu Hula Malia Helela

 

Available Thursdays 1:30pm-5:30 pm and Fridays 1:30pm-5:30pm

Maliaʻs first massage teacher was her mother. At age 16, Malia met Karen Lei Arakawa who trained under Aunty Margaret Machado. After graduation from high school and massage school, Malia apprenticed in lomilomi under Karen Lei at Hau`oli Bodyworks for 5 years. She also received training in lomi `iwi under Dr. Maka`ala Yates. In 2001 she received her estheticianʻs license and spent 10 years working at Serenity Spa in Waikiki.

“Pamper yourself with a lomi lomi massage from Kumu Hula Malia. Her touch and calming energy is priceless! Perfect after a long flight.” – By Joy Lee.

Regina Lumsden

 

Classic, Body Journey Work
Regina Lumsden hails from Sao Paulo state in Brazil (hence her charming accent!) where she took her Physical Education degree. In England, she trained in the Eurythmy and Spatial Dynamics, which she likens to soul gymnastics.

Janine Oshiro

 

Sarga Bodywork
On Janine Oshiro’s massage table you find a healing space to make a deep connection with yourself and the unfolding of your body’s wisdom. Through her focused presence and intentional touch, you experience relaxation, release, ease of movement, and new patterns.

Janine appreciates her many teachers, especially Mālia Helelā, who shares the gift of lomilomi with a kind and generous heart; and Myra Lewin, who has guided her in the practices of meditation, pranayama, marma bodywork, and silence.
A graduate of Mililani High School, Janine studied visual art and poetry at Whitworth University, Portland State University, and the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She worked for many years as a community college English professor before enrolling in Kapiʻolani Community College’s massage therapy program in 2016 and earning her state license in 2018.

Janine has authored the poetry book Pier, won the Kundiman Poetry Prize published by Alice James Books, and received an Elliot Cades Award for Literature in Hawaiʻi for an emerging writer. She devotes herself to the transformative power of words, touch, silence, and movement.

Sarah Hodges

 

Sarah herself began massaging her family at about age five, whenever they were sick or not feeling well in any other way. The healing power of touch fascinated her, and she had a natural will to share it with her loved ones. After extensive traveling, Sarah returns to Honolulu and Still & Moving Center ready to share her exquisite lomilomi massage practice, which she learned from the legendary kumu (master teacher) of lomilomi, Uncle Alva.

As a grateful student of Uncle Alva’s Hawaiian lineage and her family’s Persian lineage, Sarah shares her gift of loving, healing touch with her clients, and we are proud and delighted to welcome her as one of our excellent bodywork therapists at Still & Moving Center.

This traditional Hawaiian massage uses rhythmic movements to promote deep healing with the muscles. There are many styles of lomilomi but most affirm that prayer and loving touch are essential components.

Kara Miller

 

Committed to the practices of Yoga as a lifestyle and path, Kara deeply cares about her students and clients and this authentic love and support is evident in her teaching. She believes Yoga is a vehicle for personal development and growth, thus is committed to holding a safe and sacred space for her students. When you attend a class with her in Oahu, you can expect classical education and instruction in yoga philosophy and breathwork coupled with dynamic sequencing in a fluid, powerful flow style called Mandala.

Kara is a 500 hour certified Yoga Instructor and Yoga teacher trainer who has taught in Hawaii for almost 10 years as well as internationally. She holds annual Yoga Empowerment / Service retreats in Kosrae, Micronesia, and is currently building a Yoga Empowerment project for Pacific Islander women in the islands she works on.

Throughout Kara’s life she has spent time living and working in Fiji, Indonesia, St. John USVI, Palau, Micronesia and the Marshall islands. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Marine Biology and a Masters of Science in Marine resource and environmental management from the University of Hawaii, where she resides full time. She has worked in international fisheries management and policy, marine education and training, and capacity building on small Pacific Islands for the last 10 years. Her affinity for Pacific island culture and nuances is strong, and she is very passionate about working alongside and supporting the people of this region.

Master Jonah Chin 

“Master” is the closest English translation of a traditional Korean title that means both “teacher” and “exemplar”: one who exemplifies in his life what it is that he teaches.
Master Chin’s martial arts training goes back over 40 years, having started when he was 5 years old. He has since disciplined himself in one of Korea’s oldest Daoist medicinal lineages for over 25 years. Some of his practices include: traditional qigong, iaido, kendo and acupuncture. Even his seemingly martial practices ultimately bear the stamp of his dedication to healing and actually self-evolving into a higher level of awareness and wholeness.
Jonah Chin (L.Ac.), a licensed acupuncturist in Hawaii, previously practiced acupuncture in Seattle Washington for 16 years. He received the Diploma of Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Oshio College of Acupuncture and Herbology at Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
As a dedicated practitioner of the ancient Oriental healing art of pulse diagnosis, Jonah is advancing the application of acupuncture to treat illness at every level of experience: physical, mental and emotional. At Still & Moving Center, Jonah’s acupuncture treatments largely focus on pain management: Acute, Chronic, Shoulder, Lower Back and Knee Pain.
Experience

  • KoBang Daoist Qigong – Master
  • Lynnwood Kendo Club – Master
  • Mugairyu Iaido (7th degree) – Master
  • Dae Han Moo Do Guan (Kendo) (5th degree)
  • Master martial arts teacher, proprietor and L.Ac. of GoBang Acupuncture Clinic, Edmonds, Washington 2001 to 2017.
  • USKSF (United States Kuo Shu Federation) Baltimore (1st prize in Contact Weapon Sparring Division in 2014)Dao Source Seminars (New York, Seattle, Arizona) in 2009 & 2010.
  • Mugairyu Iaido and Kendo Demonstration (Korean Cultural Festival 2006)
  • Homosanctus Boot Camp 2006 (Teaching Sihk yoga masters)
  • Khalsa Men’s Camp VBC 2006 (Invited as Daoist Qigong Master)
  • Mugairyu Iaido Demonstration (Japanese Cultural Festival 2003)
  • Wushu Tournament in San Francisco (1st prize in Contact Weapon Sparring Division in 2001)
  • Jungyae Moosul (Complete Martial Art) Chief Instructor (1992-1994)

Lina Kim 

Students in Lina’s classes experience her calm, steady purpose. She teaches with a profound understanding of how the body works. Lina is a 6th generation acupuncturist, with over 20 years of study and practice, including traditional oriental massage work. She has devoted over 25 years to learning one of Korea’s oldest Daoist medicinal lineages. Her studies include Qigong, Iaido, Kendo and Oriental Medicine. Lina majored in music and graduated at Seoul National University in Piano and Kumungo (a traditional Korean Daoist instrument), earning First Prize in the nation at the Korea’s traditional music competition in 1993.

Eva Geueke

 

Feldenkrais Functional Integration®
In her Functional Integration® session Eva touches not only the body, but equally the nervous system, mind, and spirit. Her hands relay the message of releasing tension or faulty patterns of movement to gain a clear organization and alignment that can be carried into all area of life. In 1987 she completed her Professional Feldenkrais Training, which changed her understanding of brain, body, movement and dance forever.

Eva Alewa Geueke has been a guild certified Feldenkrais® practitioner for almost 30 years. She came to the Feldenkrais Method® as a young professional dancer and it changed her understanding of brain, body, movement and therefore, herself forever.

Since completing the 4-year Professional Feldenkrais Training in 1987 she has been teaching the Feldenkrais Method® internationally in thousands of private sessions, week long seminars, many hundreds of week-end workshops and evening classes.

Eva is also a teacher of Contemporary Dance, Qigong-Universal Tao of Mantak Chia, a IAO healer, a Capoeirista (Brazilian Martial Arts) and a choreographer. She also teaches Authentic Movement and Wave Continuum, a spin of Continuum Movement.

I have taken 2 workshops with Eva and she is a wonderful instructor/therapist. These classes are very informative and have helped me tremendously in my knowledge of body mechanics and movement and making healing connections in my body. – Ruth

I loved Eva’s Feldenkrais class! My shoulder felt stiff and sore for almost a month. With just a few simple and gentle movements it was feeling so much better! My spine was stretched out and my feet were more evenly holding my body weight. I plan to take more classes in near future. Thank you Eva. You are Excellent!!! – Diane

I like the variety of classes offered, and the Center’s focus on the mind-body-spirit connection. I particularly enjoy Eva Geueke’s Feldenkrais classes. The facilities are beautiful, and everyone is so warm and welcoming to students and guests. – John

Upcoming Events

Mar 07, 2021 March 7, 2021, - April 25, 2021,
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Sundays, March 7, 14, 21, 28 + April 11, 18, 25  2021 (No class on Easter, April 4) May Day Event on May 1, 2021Price: $130 Drop-in $17 (allowed only May 7 and May 14) Keiki Hula 3-6 Year Olds: Sundays 8:30 am – 9:15 amKeiki Hula 7-12 Year Olds: Sundays 9:30 am – 10:30 amEnrolling your […]

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Apr 10, 2021 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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Translated to Japanese by Eriko Jones 4 - Saturdays in April4:30 - 6:00 pm (HST)  $65/each or $200 for all 4 workshops April 3   - Intro to ʻŌlelo: Hawaiian vocabulary for Lei Making  April 10 - Intro to Lei Making - Demonstration of 4 styles of Lei Making April 17 - Intro to Oli - […]

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Apr 13, 2021 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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Positive Intelligence (PQ) is a comprehensive program for developing mental fitness. Our mental fitness allows us to respond to life’s challenges with a positive rather than negative mindset.

Mental fitness helps us get out of the ways that we habitually sabotage ourselves and instead cultivate our inner sage who sees opportunity in anything life throws at us. PQ (Positive Intelligence) enhances our career, our relationships and our sense of peace and wellbeing in the world.

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Apr 17, 2021 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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Translated to Japanese by Eriko Jones 4 - Saturdays in April4:30 - 6:00 pm (HST)  $65/each or $200 for all 4 workshops April 3   - Intro to ʻŌlelo: Hawaiian vocabulary for Lei Making  April 10 - Intro to Lei Making - Demonstration of 4 styles of Lei Making April 17 - Intro to Oli - […]

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Apr 18, 2021 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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Sunday, April 18, 2021 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm HST/7:30-8:30pm PST $35  20% Discount for Golden Circle members  Realizing the importance of healing with sound, Baba Doc has created the Healing Sound Bath, using a variety of percussion instruments, each with a unique voice and energy to create an experience that promotes relaxation, stress relief, […]

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Apr 24, 2021 12:45 pm - 3:15 pm
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Saturday April 24, 202112:45 - 3:15 pm HST Day 2: Sun, Apr 25 9:45am -1:15pm HST Day 1: $49Day 2: $69 Both (2) workshops: $110 Golden Circle members 20% off each single workshopIn this first part of the 2-day workshop, we focus on how our breath relates to spinal health.  Most people have limited knowledge […]

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Apr 24, 2021 2:15 pm - 2:45 pm
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Earth Day Meditation – LIVE ONLINE, Interactive with Lizabeth Kashinsky  Saturday, April 24, 2021 2:15 - 2:45 pm HST Workshop by donation (for Malama Learning Center) We invite you to take a sacred pause to join us in celebration of Earth Day, honoring and deepening our connections to our beautiful planet. We will come together […]

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Apr 24, 2021 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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Translated to Japanese by Eriko Jones 4 - Saturdays in April4:30 - 6:00 pm (HST)  $65/each or $200 for all 4 workshops April 3   - Intro to ʻŌlelo: Hawaiian vocabulary for Lei Making  April 10 - Intro to Lei Making - Demonstration of 4 styles of Lei Making April 17 - Intro to Oli - […]

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Apr 25, 2021 9:45 am - 1:15 pm
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Day 2: Sunday April 25, 20219:45 am - 1:15 pm HST Day 1: Sat, Apr 24  12:45-3:15pm HST Day 1: $49Day 2: $69 Both(2) workshops: $110 Golden Circle members 20% off each single workshopFrom Saturday’s lessons, we continue to expand on breathing and add the theme of fascia. In addition to Feldenkrais lessons, we also […]

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Jun 07, 2021 June 7, 2021, - June 28, 2021,
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Mondays, June 7-14-21-28, 2021 4:30 - 8:30 pm HST Price: $395  20% discout to Golden Circle members In English ONLYPre-registration is required. Currently accepting students. Please send an email to Kumu Mālia at malia@stillandmovingcenter.com to introduce yourself and share why you are interested in the course. Mahalo! Navigating Through Time - This lomilomi training places […]

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