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$45 for a One-Hour Swedish or Hawaiian Massage ($115 Value)
Massage therapist Karen Reifinger performs a continual sequence of gliding, tapping, and kneading motions for the Swedish massage. This modality gently relaxes the body and increases circulation. During the Hawaiian lomilomi massage, Karen circles the massage table and uses her forearms and hands in long-flowing, wave-like movements covering the full length of the body. Lomilomi dissipates neuromuscular tension and instills a sense of mental tranquility as energy flows out from the body. Both services also include sessions with the Energy Enhancement System, an advanced technology designed to generate energy fields that can revitalize both the body and mind.
Huna Mua Wellness Center
At Huna Mua Wellness Center, founder and director Karen Reifinger breathes new life into ancient Polynesian medicine. An accredited practitioner of lomilomi, Huna, and Kahuna Lapa’au, Karen channels the wisdom of revered Hawaiian healers and dashboard hula girls to help clients discover whole-body health. When she practices lomilomi massage, Karen pours intensive energy into the recipient, allowing the interplay of touch and reflex to generate a deep state of relaxation. To perform Huna Mua—a healing art that harmonizes body and mind—she calls upon 35,000-year-old teachings. Karen supplements the practices of the Pacific Islands with quantum-energy technology and offers state-recognized workshops and certification programs on topics including Hawaiian healing studies.
“Nice, clean establishment friendly.”
“Karen is just simply wonderful and the atmosphere is very soothing and relaxing. ”
“Actually, I just visited there today. I was very happy with the session, and I feel great. I would say that it was a very good experience, and I plan to make it a...”
“Actually, I just visited there today. I was very happy with the session, and I feel great. I would say that it was a very good experience, and I plan to make it a regular part of my 'wellness' protocol.”