Reflexology in Honolulu


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  • Na Ho'ola Spa
    In ancient Hawaiian culture, places and things took their names not from their function or surroundings, but from dreams and interpretations of that object. Kupuna an kumu Aunty Malia Crave, a respected Hawaiian poet gave Na Ho'ola Spa the name based on this practice, calling the spot "many healers." To bring her vision to pass, the spa gathered up dozens of therapists and aestheticians whose sole goal is to soothe clients in the 10,000-square foot, two-story facility nestled inside the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa. Massage therapists rub tension from muscles, using products derived from Maui-grown plants. Aestheticians promote healthy skin with Carita treatments, and a line of anti-aging skin care products imported from France. While they relax, visitors enjoy stunning views of Waikiki Beach out floor-to-ceiling windows. Business Basics Signature Service: Spa Treatments Brands Used: Maui Lavender Massage Lotion, and French Spa Line, Carita Established: 2000 Reservations/Appointments: Required Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 25?50 Parking: Parking garage Minimum Age Requirement: 18
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    2424 Kalakaua Ave.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Therapeutic touch of Hawaii
    People may walk into Therapeutic Touch of Hawaii, but they practically float out. That's because the spa is entirely devoted to massage, with therapists excelling at modalities that include Swedish, deep tissue, and the Hawaiian art of Lomi Lomi. As if 60, 90, or 120 minutes of highly-trained techniques weren't enough to set muscles and minds at ease, clients can add reflexology or scalp massage to any of their treatments. And if they want even more time on the table, they can add 15 or 30 minutes, or step into the aromatherapeutic haze of the time machine, which will send them only one hour back in time.
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    1153 12th Ave Unit #4
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Lomi-Foot N Body
    Lomilomi, which means “massage” in Hawaiian, represents native islanders’ greater tradition of natural body healing. The therapists at Lomi-Foot N Body specialize in lomilomi as well as other forms of Hawaiian massage—including lomi pohaku, which incorporates hot stones; ha’uki lomi for highly active and athletic clients; and lomi noho, or chair massage. They partner their ancient Hawaiian specialty with other regional massage techniques, such as gentle Swedish massage and Japanese shiatsu, which stimulates bodily energy flow so that clients can recharge batteries by putting them in their ears.
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    1777 Ala Moana
    Waikiki, HI US
  • Sarah Rose - Profiles Hair Salon
    Signature Service: Modern cuts, colors, and romantic looks Brands Used: Paul Mitchell Keratin Awapuhi and Alterna Caviar Established: 2001 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Good for Kids: Yes Pro Tip: Please plan to arrive 15-20 minutes before the appointment time to make parking as stress-free as possible.
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    1441 Kapiolani Blvd.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Oda Ohana Chiropractic
    Oda Ohana Massage, trained physicians treat pain through a nuanced combination of gentle hands and advanced machinery. Paris and Aaries Oda, doctors of chiropractic, spend an average of 30 minutes with each client, identifying pain before prescribing chiropractic adjustments, therapeutic massage, or cold-laser therapy. Along with traditional massage techniques, Oda Ohana offers Hawaiian lomi-lomi massage, Chinese anma massage, and shiatsu, a massage well known for its English origins.
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    1481 S King St, Ste 438
    Honolulu, HI US
  • La Marina
    Just steps from the ocean, La Marina exudes tranquility. Inside the spa, aestheticians and medical professionals offer luxurious spa treatments to beautify their clients, ranging from signature facials to Finemake permanent makeup to anti-aging skincare treatments.
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    250 Ward Avenue
    Honolulu, HI US
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