Licensed Massage Therapist
Languages Spoken: English, Hawaiian
Thomas has been healing and educating people through massage for the past eleven years. His work incorporates energetic assessment, application, and transformation.
Thomas developed a unique modality called “Lomiatsu” which combines Lomi Lomi and Shiatsu into one intuitive flow. He explains,”Lomiatsu is comparable to Tui-Na, which is a form of body work based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine” (TCM).
In his spare time he enjoys to practice and teach the art of Kung-Fu and study the martial art of Tai Chi.
What drew you to massage therapy?
I was seeking out a healing modality that I could engage with all people as I focus on all aspects of well being: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
What type of massage do you specialize in?
I specialize in intuitive massage as I incorporate many different styles and techniques specific to my clients needs, which I call Lomiatsu.
Why would you choose this type of massage?
It chose me! I’ve received consistent positive feedback from my clients who know their body and realize the positive change in their overall well being and demeanor after their session.
How do your talents benefit your patients?
In their follow up session my clients share with me their positive experiences in significant lifestyle changes because they feel rejuvenated, relieved, and with more vitality.
What is your favorite health tip you give your patients?
Life was meant to be free from pain, disease, and discomfort. Make sure everything you do is in alignment with what inspires you to be HAPPY so you can live a stress free life!
What is your favorite hobby outside of work?
I enjoy teaching Wing Chun Kung-Fu and being a student of Tai-Chi practice. My passion is spending time with my family, gardening, farming, deep sea fishing, boating, experiencing different spiritual healing modalities, hula, and playing guitar.
What would you tell a patient that is nervous about getting their first massage?
Silk thread pull up, tuck tailbone, five points, nine joints … inquire within. See you soon!