About

kahuna massageAbout KaHuna Massage

KaHuna massage is based on the ancient Hawaiian and islander practice of Huna massage and lifestyle.

The massage is an epic journey of balancing and connecting the body, mind and spirit. The lifestyle intails much more yet the base is to practice every thing with love and gratitude.

With its long, flowing,firm and rhythmic strokes, a Kahuna massage brings relaxation to your mind and body. It balances the body’s energies and brings a sense of calm and harmony to the receiver.

The Kahuna approach combines the benefits of a full body relaxation massage with a complete body energy balancing.

My massage room is a sacred space, a warm, clean and calming environment filled with relaxing music and the subtle scent of organic massage coconut oil. It is the perfect comforting environment in which you can be completely at ease.

In Kahuna massage we listen to the body, environment and heart. Kahuna helps you to find the quiet time to reflect on what your mind, body and soul need to make their own wise decisions.

Every Kahuna session is different as it focuses on the specific needs of the client. However in general you will find that it includes:

  • Full body muscle relaxation massage.
  • Body alignment and stretching.
  • Lymphatic massage, reflexology, sinus and face massage.
  • Deep tissue, meridian line and trigger point release
  • Energy work/balancing, chakra healing, breath work and affirmation.
  • Guided and assisted meditation.

It can be used for a wide range of conditions including muscle tension and soreness (in particular necks, backs and legs), low energy levels and fatigue, depression, anxiety and emotional balancing.

Kahuna massage is my passion and lifestyle, a way of being and giving. I’ve been trained to focus on the Aloha spirit to bring love, gratitude and balance to the session. During each session, my sole focus is on delivering beautiful, positive energy to my client in the form of an amazing massage.

About Me

I was born Arwen Marree Molyneux-Davis, fortunately into a family that was full of love and believed in children learning to use their own minds. My family was not fond of the conformed structure of society, yet still managed a balance of working in the civilised world and raising my sister and I as very free thinking individuals.

From a very young age I was always adventurous, yet quite shy and emotional. Having come from a mixed race family, I became fascinated with the American Indian heritage of my father. I would spend massive amounts of time outside, barefoot, muddy, wet and even hunting every chance I got. I was naturally always incredibly connected to nature. It was and still is my retreat, my friend and where I go whenever I need some space.

I spent many years trying to conform into society and to be honest I never felt that I fit in, a nagging doubt.

When I was a teenager my family moved to Flinders Island ( just north of Tasmania) And my love for nature evolved into me working for Scotch Oak Burn College as an outdoor education and survival camp instructor. Sharing my knowledge of orienteering, rock climbing/abseiling , kayaking and outdoor survival with children in Tasmania.

Flinders Island was the perfect place to learn outdoor natural gear climbing. The rugged mountains offered many routes to climb and a good little local groups of climbers took me under their wing and taught me well.

I learned sea kayaking when I was living in Ireland, then became proficient in it once back home at Flinders. My partner of the time and I built Kayaks and paddled around the islands often camping and fishing etc. We also paddled the the incredible waters and Furneaux island group across Bass Strait. From Wilsons Promontory in Victoria to the northern shore of Tasmania. Visiting islands and camping along the way.

Jumping forward a few years, filled with life’s adventures of ups and downs. Becoming a mum of two incredible children. I yearned for something else. An evolution of my soul. I started with martial arts, which led me towards training in Jiu Jitsu. I love the sport with a passion. It has taught and will continue to teach me so much about myself and others also. During my Jiu Jitsu Journey, came an incredible realisation that I was very empathic, picking up on people’s energies and situational energies very easily. I was becoming more and more perceptive. So I began to research these things…. A guy from work mentioned Kahuna massage to me. I had never heard of it. Then within a week my sister also mentioned Kahuna to me. So I began to look into “what” Kahuna was. I was amazed and drawn to it instantly. I knew then that this was a very significant part of my very own journey. So with help from the powers that be and financial and family help from some very important loved ones, I booked into lvl 1/2 kahuna course at Mettes institute. Also known as “high sprits retreat” and my Kahuna journey began.

I became aware of so much more. It was like a fog had been lifted and I could see more clearly. I began to learn and work with energy, letting it flow freely and working on myself, in order to be able to share the amazing experience with all the people I can. It’s not just a job or a business for me. It is a life journey and a healing of self and others. It is a love and I feel that is reflected in my work. I truly love what I do and the amazing experience I am able to share with others. With all my soul.

This is me.

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Lomi Lomi, Ka Huna and shiatsu full body massage sessions can be booked directly online. If you can't find a suitable time. Please feel free to text Arwen on PH:0457 424 570