New Zealand Cultural Healing Tour

Hawaiian Insight.

Maori Wisdom

Discover the Healing Arts of the Pacific with Ho'omana

February 22 - February 26, 2019

Join Kumu Jeana Iwalani Naluai and travel to Aotearoa (New Zealand) to explore the healing arts of the indigenous people of the Pacific. Begin with authentic Hawaiian teachings of Lomi Lomi for the body and then dive deeper into the spiritual and energetic encoding behind the bodywork. 

Lomi Lomi Fundamentals

Ho’omana’s core introductory training is the foundation and pre-requisite for all courses. Learn full-body massage that combines modern, scientific technique and ancient Hawaiian wisdom for healing at all levels:

* Proper assessment and treatment of injury

* How to create more harmony and balance through giving and receiving magical healing touch

* Ho’opono’pono, the Hawaiian’s clearing system to maintain energetic alignment and harmony with Spirit, self and others

Feb 22-24, 2019

Advanced Lomi Lomi:

We focus on advanced techniques to create space in the joints of the spine, arms and legs from the tips of the toes to the ends of the fingers.

Ancient Hawaiian teachings of the “wisdom of the bones” will fuel our work, as we explore the spiritual and emotional aspects of illness as they pertain to different areas of the body. Learn how to use various tools and advanced techniques to follow symptoms to their source and heal the body at a deep and holistic level

Feb 25-26, 2019

Jeana Iwalani Naluai

I am a Native Hawaiian. Lomi Lomi Instructor. Physical Therapist. Licensed Massage Therapist. Wife and Mother of 4. I am passionate about sharing Lomi Lomi and the spiritual teachings of Aloha.

As a kumu and Hawaiian cultural practitioner, my mission is to activate healers. I believe the students who join our Lomi ‘Ohana, family, are answering a call from generations past to carry this healing work forward to the present and future.

When you work with me, you’ll walk away with a set of tools for working with clients therapeutically, the knowledge of Hawaiian meditation, chant and sacred ceremony and a new awareness of the magic that exists in the world.

Audie & Carolline Beazley

“We feel deeply privileged to be co-hosting this cultural exchange here in our Heartland of Aotearoa…an opportunity for us to return the manaakitanga, caring hospitality we have experienced in Hawaii.”

Audie and Caroline Beazley, a husband and wife healing team, from Aotearoa (New Zealand) have many years experience as practitioners and teachers of the healing arts. Audie is an indigenous Maori cultural practitioner. They delight in sharing the simplicity and true essence of holistic healing in the teachings of Romi Romi. 

Audie and Caroline offer a heart-centred, safe, learning environment for personal transformation and professional upskilling. 

Visit Audie at and Caroline at 

Food & Housing


Traditional Marae communal accommodation is available on site. These dormitory-style long houses have been customized for large groups. Mattress, Linens, shared industrial kitchen with cookware and utensils are provided. The marae offers shared bathroom with his/hers shower facilities. Email for cost and availability.


Each day during the classroom sessions, there will be water, lemongrass tea and hot coffee in the mornings. Food is not included in the retreat and students are asked to bring a lunch and snacks each day to class and during the outings. Market and groceries are within walking distance to the Marae.

Hawaiian Lomi-Lomi Massage Training

Choose the retreat below and click the "REGISTER NOW" Button to join the Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Massage Training TODAY!

Full Retreat

$ 940
  • Feb 22nd - 26th
  • 5 days
  • 43 CE Hours
  • Lomi Lomi Fundamentals
  • Advanced Lomi Lomi: Extremities

Lomi Lomi Fundamentals

$ 565
  • Feb 22nd - 24th
  • 3 days
  • 27 CE Hours
  • Lomi Lomi Fundamentals

Advanced Lomi Lomi

$ 375
  • Feb 25 & Feb 26th
  • 2 days
  • 18 CE Hours
  • Advanced Lomi Lomi: Extremities

Frequently Asked Questions

It is our pleasure to schedule a call to answer any and all of your questions. Book a call here: or send an email to and we will get right back to you!

If for any reason you need to cancel, a 15% of workshop fees will be charged and the remaining portion fully refunded. Cancellation 30 days before instruction begins, 50% will be refunded or charged. No Refunds once retreat begins. Any cancellation fees collected may be used for another Ho’omana Lomi Lomi training up to one year from originally scheduled event.

Students are responsible for providing their own meals and snacks during class. Local markets are within walking distance of housing.

Traditional Marae communal accommodation is included.

You will arrange your own flights to New Zealand.
Airport code: AKL Auckland, New Zealand

Plan to meet at noon/12pm on February 21, 2019

Te Puea Marae -1534 Miro Rd, Mangere Bridge, Auckland 2022, New Zealand. IMPORTANT: there is a cultural ceremony welcoming our group to the Marae. Early arrivals will not be allowed to enter the Marae. Plan transportation accordingly.

Students arriving late or any day after February 21, should arrange for transportation to this location. Taxis and shuttles are readily available at the airport. The marae is about a 10 minute ride from the airport.
Ho’omana’s Lomi Lomi sources from the lineage of the Big Island. This Lomi Lomi comes from lineage holder Auntie Margaret Machado who has now passed on. The idea behind this Lomi style then is to bring the persons spirit, mindset and bones back into alignment, the practice is known as Ho’onohoiwi (bone movers) and is advanced in comparison to most level one trainings available. Our intention is to connect with the individual down to the level of the bones and is very specific and therapeutic work.
Because of the process of this style of Lomi, the courses are incremental; therefore students need to take our entry level course, otherwise student may be lost or injure themselves or patient.
When Lomi is a path that you are passionate about, no training will be wasted but will serve the greater understanding of the practice as a whole. Because you have learned in another lineage, it will assist you with a more rapid integration beginning with our Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Fundamental Training.
We would be honored for you to join our courses, and the pre-requisite of Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Fundamental Training is required. 

At this time, only 3 packages are offered for the New Zealand Culture Tour as listed above.

For Lomi Lomi courses, after each course is completed, students receive a formal and certified certificate with the Nationally Approved Provider verification information for continuing education units. The full course equals 160 CE hours. Currently, we are certified with:
National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork:
Massage Therapy Association of Alberta:
Remedial Massage Therapy Association:
National Health Practitioners of Canada:
Australia Association of Massage Therapists:
College of Massage Therapists of Ontario:
Irish Massage Therapists Association:
Association of Registered Complementary Health Therapists of Ireland
Ho’omana is committed to expanding our network of accreditation. If there is an organization you would like us to contact, please ask.
In ancient times, Lomi Lomi was family work, used to keep everyone in the home healthy and strong. Ho’omana’s style of lomi comes from the therapeutic approach of the 6 lineages of Hawaiian elders Kumu Jeana Iwalani Naluai had the privilege of studying with.
Ho’omana Lomi Lomi trainings are for anyone who wants to learn to access their own healing legacy that can serve your family, community and the world.
Previous bodywork is not necessary. Even young children can learn to Lomi!

You will not need a student visa to enroll in our courses. Lomi Lomi is a cultural practice and your studies will be recreational, not for college credit, degree or academic certificate. You are considered a visitor or tourist. Please consult the New Zealand visa information available online:

 A massage sheet set for use during class

Hand towel

Sleeping bag


Comfortable clothing to massage in.

Dress for summer, but New Zealand is not Hawaii. Be sure to include a set of long pants, long sleeve shirts for cooler weather. Sun protective clothing for outdoors and a light jacket for wind or rain

Oil/lotion you like to use for massage, we recommend organic coconut oil. Please avoid strong smells.

Journal or notebook to write in.

Bathing suit, sarong, sunscreen, tennis shoes and flip flops.

At least one dressy outfit for gathering with elders

Gifts from your home to give to our Maori elders and family as a cultural exchange.

Water bottle (not glass).

An Open and Willing Heart.

Questions? Requests? We'd love to speak with you!