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Scholarship Available for Massage Therapy Students
« on: September 08, 2014, 11:39:21 AM »

LEHUA GOODWILL FULL TUITION SCHOLARSHIP
For the 12 day RESIDENTIAL MANA LOMI® CONTINUING EDUCATION IMMERSION
March 18-29, 2015 on Summit Lake, Olympia, WA
 
This scholarship will be awarded to
a massage practitioner or massage school student
who contributes to community using manual healing arts.
 
applications accepted until December 1, 2014
 
ABOUT THIS IMMERSION PROGRAM
Spend 12 days of living in harmony with Nature, Spirit and other People while learning the Mana Lomi® healing massage approach.
 
This in-depth, expansive program includes massage instruction, ho'oponopono, Hawaiian dance, handicrafts, meditations, song, ceremony and more, while living together in a beautiful setting.
Participants will learn the full body protocol taught in Mana Lomi® foundational level 1 class.  On even number years participants will also learn the treatment work taught in Mana Lomi® level 2 class, while on odd numbered years full body hot stones massage will be taught.  The program is  facilitated by Mana Lomi® teacher Barbara Helynn Heard.
 
People with all levels of experience are welcome to register.
 
WHAT IS MANA LOMI?
Mana Lomi® is style of lomilomi developed by native Hawaiian Maka'ala Yates, D.C. drawing on his 16 year apprenticeship with beloved and well known teacher Aunty Margaret Machado, and his other teachers. This Big Island Style Lomi lineage is  therapeutic, specific work which addresses and helps resolve injury.  It is structural lomi incorporating concepts of Hawaiian spirituality, meditation techniques, and indigenous values.
 
 
ABOUT THE PROGRAM FACILITATOR AND TEACHER:
Barbara Helynn Heard, LMP, WA massage license # MA 00009734
Mana Lomi® practitioner and teacher Barbara Helynn Heard has been doing massage for over 40 years.  She has been studying Mana Lomi® since 2003 with founder Dr. Maka'ala Yates, her ongoing valued mentor.  Barbara Helynn emphasizes body awareness, development of keen palpation skills, use of body weight rather than strength, and use of the word's positively creative power. She also invites students to explore the possibility of a personal connection with Spirit and Nature, or deepening an existing one 
Barbara Helynn helps each of her students to be and to do their very best.   
 
HOW TO APPLY FOR LEHUA GOODWILL SCHOLARSHIP:
View the program description here: http://www.lomilomi-massage.org/lomilomi-immersion.html
 
Send an email to barbaraheard@msn.com which includes:
Your name, your address and phone number
State your intention to apply for the 2015 Lehua Goodwill Scholarship.
A thoughtful one paragraph introduction of yourself
An explanation of why you wish to participate in this program in 150 words or less
A description of contributions you have made to community  and/or how might you "pay forward" the scholarship support once you have acquired the training
Optional supplemental material of your own choosing
Your website address, if you have a website
Tell me how you learned of this scholarship opportunity
 
Note: The scholarship covers tuition.  The scholarship recipient will be asked to contribute $600 for their lodging & food.
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION  please see details on website: http://www.lomilomi-massage.org/lomilomi-immersion.html
or contact me (Barbara Helynn Heard) at barbaraheard@msn.com 206 323-5871
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