Aloha, for a complete bio including my educational background and approach to massage therapy, simply give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you. Mahalo Nui Loa
"If PTSD is getting in the way of your relationships, work, or other important activities, you may want to talk to a counselor or your doctor, because there are treatments available.
As a PTSD Veteran, there are numerous factors that can contribute to an unhealthy mental/physical state and lifestyle. Roughing it out and getting used to it isn't the answer either. Veterans deserve to have access to an alternative, (state-regulated) therapy that will help ease the trauma.
8,000 veterans a year are committing suicide â€“ which is a larger number of veterans than have died in all of Iraq and all of Afghanistan since we've been fighting the war. This is a serious problem, and legislation needs to help our veterans. There is no cure for PTSD, but there is help.
After having received treatment at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Hawaii, which was a decent program, but unfortunately not enough. The realization set in that there had to be other ways. This is where we come in.
An Aloha PTSD program can increase our Ha and Mana (positive energy) thru Hawaiian Culture: Lomilomi (massage, He'e Nalu (surf therapy), and La'au Lapaau ( Hawaii medical marijuana Program) can and will heal our warriors invisible scars." - Aloha 4 Vets