Mother’s Day: 6 Health & Wellness Gifts for Mum

Treat the special woman in your life to a Gift of Health & Wellness this Mother’s Day!
Here are six healthy ideas for Mum’s special day. 


Massage can relief stress and anxiety, stabilize moods, promote immune support, increase feel-good endorphins, and generally allow you to feel supported and connected.  We specialize in Hawaiian, Remedial, and Pregnancy Massage, and tailor the treatment to individual needs.  Remember, the gift of massage is even sweeter than a box of chocolates!  Gift Vouchers are available online here


Aromatherapy Bath Salts

It’s cooling down so Bath Salts are a wonderful gift.  Our Aromatherapy Bath Salts are homemade by us, blending DoTERRA Essential Oils, Himalayan Salts and Epsom Salts.  We have six different aromatic themes – Bliss, Joy, Aloha (Love), Restore, Sport, and Sleep.  You can purchase 330g for $10, or 850g for $20.  


Aromatherapy Diffuser

This mood-enhancing, stylish Aromatherapy Diffuser / Vaporiser efficiently diffuses 4-5 drops of essential oils through water, continuously, for almost 8 hours.  This diffuser is an air purifier, ioniser and humidifier.  It automatically switches off when water is depleted.  There is no heating element, so no messy residue.  Diffusers are $100.


DoTERRA Essential Oils

Citrus Bliss is just one of the many DoTERRA blends we have available.  This particular blend merges Wild Orange, Lemon, Grapefruit, Mandarin, Bergamot, Tangerine and Clementine essential oils with a hint of vanilla.  It cleanses and purifies the air, helps reduce stress and anxiety, and positively affects the mood with energizing and refreshing properties.  15ml Citrus Bliss is $25.

Heat Packs

These microwaveable Heat Packs are filled with lavender, rosemary and wheat.  Heat Packs can help relieve muscle and joint pain, are great for sporting injuries and soothing after a gym workout.  The aroma of lavender will relax and comfort.  2 sizes, $18 – $22.


Kansa Wands

The Kansa wand is a traditional Ayurvedic massage tool.  The Kansa wand has a bronze dome and a wooden handle, and are generally used on the face, body and feet.  When used as a massage tool, it has a relaxing, balancing effect on the body, and is particularly effective for naturally rejuvenating the skin, creating a youthful radiance, a natural face “lift”.  Other benefits: relaxes tired feet, improves blood and lymphatic circulation, enhances lower limb mobility, restores energy, and promotes sound sleep. Prices start at $60.

Call 0414 774 069 to give the gift of health and wellness this Mother’s Day.  The special woman in your life will thank you for it.

Synergies of Yoga, Bodywork and the Elements of Nature

IMG_6722For those of you who know me, the beach is one of my favorite ways to recharge.  Here is my husband, James at our local, Peregian Beach.

Yoga is another beautiful way to recharge.  As is massage!  I love the synergies between nature, yoga and bodywork.

The Elements
Heart Opening
Creating Space


Synergy is the creation of a whole that is greater than the sum of it’s parts.

We love creating a synergy between our favourite pastimes.  We hope you do, too.

Kimberlee & James

Training Schedule 2013

Bianca and Junko, January 2012, Peregian Beach

 Aloha beautiful ones!

I have scheduled two Lomi Lomi Foundation training retreats for Peregian Beach, Queensland, Australia, this year.  The first retreat is in a months time, from 17th – 22nd March.  There is still a place available on this retreat, so please let me know ASAP if you want to participate!

The second training in Peregian Beach will be held from 1st – 6th December, 2013.  I love sharing the Australian beach summer experience and combining it with Hawaiian Lomi Lomi.

Awakening Wellness Centre, Victoria, BC, Canada

In July, 2013, I have scheduled a Lomi Lomi training on Vancouver Island, in Victoria.  The dates are from 20th-24th July, at the Awakening Wellness Centre, on Fisgard Street.  

All details are here: July 2013 Lomi Lomi Foundation Training – Victoria B.C. Canada

I love teaching in Canada and connecting with the extensive healing community in Victoria, B.C, where my father lives.

And, although it is a little early, I would also like to invite interest for February, 2014, in Hawaii.  🙂  Mid-winter in the northern hemisphere, wouldn’t you just love to escape to Hawaii, dive deep into the culture, and come home with continuing education skills to add to your massage repertoire? I’ll see you there.