Malu Healing Room

The Hawaiian word malu means shelter, or protection. It is the root of the Hawaiian word for peace, maluhia. We invite you to be a part of your own transformation in the safety of this nurturing space.


Massage & Healing Therapies


This traditional Hawaiian massage uses rhythmic movements to promote deep healing with the muscles. There are many styles of lomilomi but most affirm that prayer and loving touch are essential components.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā , Janine Oshiro

60 min/$85; 75 min /$99; 90 min/$115; 

Lomi A’e

Lomi A’e is a stepping style of Lomi that is done on the floor fully clothed and without the use of oil.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā 

60 min/$85; 75 min /$99; 90 min/$115; 


This Swedish style massage uses classic effleurage and petrissage techniques to improve circulation and relax muscles. Long, short and percussive strokes are also applied with the goal of free movement for the joints.

Therapist(s): Mālia HelelāRegina Lumsden

60 min/$85; 75 min /$99; 90 min/$115; 

Thai Yoga Massage

Nuad Buran is not your typical Bangkok Thai massage – it is a clothed, oil-free, deep, slow and loving full body therapeutic bodywork that uses body weight and gravity to allow pressure as strong or as gentle as needed without undue sharpness of intensity. It feels like someone is doing yoga with your body for you, while you take a shavasana.

Therapist: Shai Segre

60 min/$85; 75 min/$99; 90 min/$115;

Pregnancy Massage

This gently nurturing bodywork puts the mother’s comfort first. Your experienced therapist is also a mother and understands what you are going through.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā,

60 min/$85; 75 min /$99; 90 min/$115; 

Body Journey Work

Transformational bodywork helps to release physical and emotional memories held in our fascia. This very down-to-earth massage therapy holds a deep purpose clients’ healing journey.

Therapist(s): Regina Lumsden

60 min/$95; 75 min /$110; 90 min/$125;  


Cranial sacral therapy is a gentle, noninvasive form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. The goal is to release compression in those areas which alleviates stress and pain.

Therapist(s): Kara Zahl

60 min/$95; 75 min /$110; 90 min/$125;  

Deep Tissue Myofascial Release

The focus of this massage is rehabilitation and pain management. It employs a mix of Eastern Technique and pattern theory paired with Western anatomical and medical knowledge.

Therapist(s): Regina Lumsden

60 min/$95; 75 min /$110; 90 min/$125;

Hot Stone Massage

Heated stones bring deep relaxation to muscles. Stones are placed around the body and also used as massage tools.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā

90 min/$135;

Salt Scrub

A nourishing blend of sea salt and organic grapeseed oil is used to burnish your skin until its glowing!

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā

60 min/$105; 90 min/$135;

Exfoliation, Wrap & Light Massage

This dry brush exfoliation is followed by an essential oil-infused aloe wrap and finished with hot towels and a light massage.

Therapist(s): Mālia Helelā

60 min/$105; 90 min/$135;

Feldenkrais – Functional Integration

Feldenkrais® private sessions are known as Functional Integration® (FI®) lessons. In Functional Integration, the teacher guides an individual student in movement lessons using gentle, non-invasive touch as the primary means of communication.

Therapist(s): Eva Geueke, Christopher Tilghman

60 min/$115; 75 min/$135; 90 min/$150


Our Therapists


Malia Helela

Mālia Helelā

Lomilomi, Traditional Thai, Hot Stone, Integrated, Classic and Pregnancy Massage

Kumu Malia Helela strives to live a life of grace. Having received and given lomi massage since childhood, Mālia began her formal training in lomilomi as a teenager.

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Regina Lumsden

Classic, Body Journey Work

Regina Lumsden hails from Sao Paulo state in Brazil (hence her charming accent!) where she took her Physical Education degree. In England, she trained in the Eurythmy and Spatial Dynamics, which she likens to soul gymnastics.  Read more…


Eva Geueke

Feldenkrais Functional Integration®

In her Functional Integration® session Eva touches not only the body, but equally the nervous system, mind, and spirit. Her hands relay the message of releasing tension or faulty patterns of movement to gain a clear organization and alignment that can be carried into all area of life.

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Kara Zahl

Originally nationally licensed, Kara has been practicing bodywork for the last 14 years. She’s been a student of the healing power of touch since her childhood. Kara is trained in Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Pre-natal Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Cranial Sacral Therapy, and various other bodywork practices.

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Shai Segre

Thai Yoga Massage

Shai is a certified yoga teacher & movement therapist as well as a certified equine therapist specializing in dance therapy for kids and Thai Yoga bodywork for all. Shai studied yoga therapy and bodywork in Asia, Europe and North America, as well as kids yoga with Rainbow Yoga in Australia, and was an education officer in the Israeli army specializing in trauma therapy for youth.

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Janine Oshiro

Lomilomi Massage

On Janine Oshiro’s massage table you find a healing space to make a deep connection with yourself and the unfolding of your body’s wisdom. Through her focused presence and intentional touch, you experience relaxation, release, ease of movement, and new patterns.
Janine appreciates her many teachers, especially Mālia Helelāwho shares the gift of lomilomi with a kind and generous heart; and Myra Lewin, who has guided her in the practices of meditation, pranayama, marma bodywork, and silence.
A graduate of Mililani High School, Janine studied visual art and poetry at Whitworth University, Portland State University, and the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She worked for many years as a community college English professor before enrolling in Kapiʻolani Community College’s massage therapy program in 2016 and earning her state license in 2018.
Janine has authored the poetry book Pier, won the Kundiman Poetry Prize published by Alice James Books, and received an Elliot Cades Award for Literature in Hawaiʻi for an emerging writer. She devotes herself to the transformative power of words, touch, silence, and movement.


Complimentary Services

Tea Service

Towel Service

Shampoo, Conditioner and Soap.


Book Massage & Healing Therapies by Phone

Please call our reception desk to schedule your massage or healing therapy session.


First visit advice
Please arrive 15-20 minutes early. If our front parking lot is full, there's a free public parking garage just down the street. We have some simple paperwork to complete and you can speak with the instructor about any special needs you may have. Wear comfortable clothing that allows for a full range of motion. Our center has showers, changing rooms and places to store your belongings.
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