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Honolulu  Massage  Studio Healing Massage & Clinical Bodywork

(808) 551-5460

HONOLULU MASSAGE STUDIO MAP

1188 Bishop Street

Century Square

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

WORKING HOURS

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ACCEPTED PAYMENT

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Insurance

CONTACT INFORMATION

Hulagirlhands@gmail.com

(808)551-5460



NOTICE

By appointment only. Please go online or call (808)551-5460 to schedule an appointment. No walk-ins are available.

12 - 6:00

8:30 - 6:00

9:30 - 6:00

9:30 - 6:00

8:30 - 3:30

8 - 5:00

closed

Japanese Hot Stone Massage

 Japanese hot stone is based upon anma, the oldest form of East Asian Massage. Anma is a kneading, rotation and vibration-based massage. Unlike newer therapies created within the last century, Anma has undergone thousands of years of refinement; it is no longer in a developmental stage, but is a very stable perfected form. Japanese Hot Stone Massage is a complete & therapeutic treatment.

Japanese Hot Stone

is Not for People with:


A Fever

A contagious illness

Recent Surgery

Skin infections

AFTER JAPANESE HOT STONE MASSAGE TREATMENT

Drinking water after the treatment helps eliminate toxins from their body. It is essential that you drink about 2 cups (16 ounces) of warm water. If you have heart, liver, or kidney disease, this amount should be reduced to about ¾ cup (6 ounces). Tea, coffee, soda or even juices are not good substitutes. Warm water is ideal, though water at room temperature is also acceptable. Cold water chills the internal organs and decreases circulation. If you do not drink enough water, toxins will stay in the bloodstream and your treatment will be less effective.

After a massage, you may experience some soreness. If this is the case, then let me know, so that in the future I can moderate the amount of pressure I am applying. If you require deep, therapeutic work, then you should drink a sufficient amount of water, which will reduce soreness.


HOW FREQUENTLY SHOULD I  RECEIVE TREATMENT?

Receiving shorter treatments once a week is more beneficial than receiving a long massage only once a month. When you receive frequent massages, you are less likely to accumulate tension; therefore, it takes less time for you to reduce tension. Ideally, you should receive a massage treatment every 7-10 days to retain treatment benefits.