Huna is an ancient system that comes from the Hawaiian and Polynesian people. "Huna" means "secret" - it comes from the word "Kahuna" which means "keeper of the secret." Huna is a way of life that includes elements of spiritual practice without religious dogma.
Paul Waters teaches Huna, Hawaiian healing. Home study course available. Kauai, Hawaii.
Hawaiian Lomilomi massage workshops led by Dr. Dane Kaohelani Silva. Multilingual site. Pahoa, Hawaii.
Dancing Bear Way description of huna.
Wayne Kealohi Powell offers temple-style lomi lomi massage and workshops in Mount Vernon, Washington.
Article by Joshua David Stone.
Article by Kekuni Blaisdell, M.D.
Perpetuates Huna culture. Features education, cultural programs, photos, board, news. Based in Juneau, Alaska.
Monique Dorge, Huna Kane Practitioner/Facilitator is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Offers training and resources in Huna, the ancient Hawaiian magical shamanic healing and spiritual practice. Based in Hawaii.
Online newsletter and Huna-Ohana eGroups forum.
Links and articles. The Huna Fellowship, Huna Research, Inc. Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
Haku Gaylyn Aitken, teacher of Ka'alele au, directs the Kahuna Training Centre in Queensland, Australia.
Barbara Ki'a'i Weber teaches the ancient principles based on her training with a Kahuna Kanaka Maoli. The Australian College of Applied Kahuna Principles is located in Mullumbimby, NSW.
Providing courses, retreats, workshops and equipment sales. Features philosophy, team profiles, facility details, and photographs. Based in Queensland, Australia.
Excerpt from The Power of Aloha by Kala H. Kos and John Selby.
Serge Kahili King's online catalog. Books, tapes, videos and tools. Princeville, Hawaii.
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