Nani Ke Ola Massage Sanctuary
Body Sculpting brought to you by Nani Ke Ola.
Body Sculpting is a new technique designed to release fascia.
Fascia are sheets of connective tissue that runs like cobwebs throughout the muscle and tissue in the body. This upcoming approach is a real GAME CHANGER.
A non invasive treatment that targets
- Weight loss
- Muscular and sporting injuries
- Varicose veins
CELLULITE. ITS NOT ABOUT THE FAT!!
Tight fascia causes adhesions, which pulls on the skin and muscles, trapping fat cells. This causes the orange peel dimples that we all hate!
Body Sculpting breaks down tight fascia, thus releasing fat cells.
- Reduced appearance of cellulite
- Fat release
- Increased blood flow
- Compliments ongoing exercise and daily function routines
- Increases muscle length
- Reduces adhesions and scar tissue
- Reduced pain
- Muscle tension release
- Increased collagen production
- Improved health and well being
- Sports relief
- General relaxation
Body Sculpting - Fascia Release sessions begins with a dry body brush treatment to stimulate the lymphatic system, exfoliate and prepare the skin for maximum effectiveness during treatment. This is followed with a relaxing infrared heat treatment which will allows for a deeper penetration of heat into the tissue. We tailor the remaining time of the session to the individual needs and goals of the client so maximum results can be achieved.
Our professional massage therapists will begin to work their magic with the specially designed hand held massage tool. This specially formulated system will result in the breakdown of fascia adhesions which are responsible for for the appearance of cellulite, stubborn pockets of fat, muscular tightness, wrinkles and many other conditions. During the treatment the blood vessels expand and the blood flow increases which improves the flow of metabolic waste, increases nitric oxide and promotes skin renewal. Clients often leave the treatment with a great sense of feeling a lighter and increases movement.
Kahuna bodywork is unique in a number of respects. The practitioner uses their hands, forearms and elbows and moves around the table (using flowing Hula and Tai Chi style movements). They work with energy to apply soft and deep tissue massage. Music is played and the practitioner attunes the flow of the massage to harmonise the various rhythms within the clients body, mind and soul.
Contact us today for more information.