Hawaii Natural Therapy is a professional therapeutic massage clinic with many years of experience. Our licensed massage therapists are committed to providing you the best services so you feel rejuvenated every time . We are located in the Kaka’ako area, a 10 minute drive from Waikiki, Honolulu.
We are located in Honolulu at 350 Ward Ave #210, on the second floor, across from Ross. We are open daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins can be accommodated at limited times.
Ivana Cablova, General Manager and Owner
We have five spacious massage rooms. Two offer ample amounts of space for couples, where you can relax with your special one.
OAHU COUPLES MASSAGE ROOM
Whether it’s surfing in Waikiki or watching dancers full of wondrous sights and island activities, Oahu, the gathering island, does not disappoint. We have colorful inviting pictures of hula dancers, bright hibiscus, surfboards, and of course the world famous Waikiki Beach which we are located very close to. The large print is of Hanauma Bay, a very popular spot to snorkel and where many movies and TV shows have been filmed.
KAUAI MASSAGE ROOM
Kauai’s beauty and tranquility can be admired through scenic land images such as Kilauea light house, Kalalau lookout, and the vast Waimea Canyon. There are also pictures of the small, friendly town known as Hanalei and the very famous Tree Tunnel. The tunnel has around 500 Eucalyptus trees which was a gift given to the community from Pineapple Barron Walter McBryde.
MOLOKAI MASSAGE ROOM
Be transformed in the Molokai Room. Designed around the only island that boasts for its lack of traffic lights. Molokai is fondly called the “Friendly Isle,” this room resonates that warm and friendly vibe. The art in this room is of Kalaupapa Trail and Papohaku Beach Park which is a popular hangout for tourist and residents alike.
LANAI MASSAGE ROOM
Lanai is a tiny island with a lot of heart, sandwiched between Molokai to the North and Maui to the East. The room features a beautiful picture of Coconut Trees in a forest in the Kanepuu Preserve. The preserve houses over 48 species of native Hawaiian plants. The other picture is of the serene Manele Bay.
MAUI COUPLES MASSAGE ROOM
The second largest island is frequently referred to as the “Valley Isle,” for its large beautiful valleys carved in to both mountains. The pictures on the walls are of the Pools of ‘Ohe’o (aka Seven Sacred pools), Lahaina beaches and the Pipiwai bamboo forest trail that houses the biggest Banyan Tree on island.
Our hallway features original art pieces, paintings, or fine art photographs of local Hawaii artists.