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Alice Peebles

Lomilomi Practitioner

Location: Upwey, Dandenong Ranges, VIC

(Wurundjeri, Kulin Nation)

Pronouns: she/her

There are opportunities to escape and opportunities to be present with ourselves, our struggles and joys. It is my hope that by receiving Lomilomi massage, people experience what they need to in the moment. Through Hawaiian wisdom and safe, consensual, nurturing touch I wish to give you the opportunity to come more fully into your authentic, autonomous self. Shifts and changes can occur through developing a clear connection to our body and caring touch from another human can help calm ones nervous system, tap into emotions and build capacity for self-regulation. I invite you to experience Lomilomi as an active meditation and a conscious embodied receiving. 


Lomilomi massage takes you on a journey. It is illuminating and warm and can be a calm island refuge from the busyness of life.  With long flowing strokes under and over the body, gentle stretches and organic coconut oil, it is relaxing, energising, and deeply profound. 

I am a graduate of The Blisstitute of Living Aloha in 2017, Australian Craniofascial Therapy School in 2019, and Melbourne Lymphatic Drainage Centre in 2021. 

All bodies and brains welcome. 

You are warmly invited to call or text to learn more: 0460 727 072


Phone Alice 0460 727 072
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Charlie Snow

Senior Lomilomi Practitioner
Lomilomi Trainer

Ho'oponopono Practitioner

Essence Dance Facilitator

Location: Ocean Shores, Byron Bay Shire, NSW

(Bundjalung Country)

Pronouns: they/them

Charlie is a Wodi Wodi person from the Illawarra area of NSW, which is part of the Dharawal nation.


Charlie also identifies as māhū, which is a Hawaiian term for someone who “walks in the middle” of the gender spectrum. Thus Charlie uses the pronouns ‘they/them’ because they do not see themselves as female or male, but rather as somewhere in the middle. This brings a unique perspective and energy to Charlie's work, and enables them to work tangibly with yin and yang energies, or, as some say, the feminine and masculine.

Charlie's intent is to provide opportunities for people to live their own truth — encouraging us all to come into our true individual and collective power with passion, integrity and honesty... to be creators of a world that we actively choose to live in rather than accepting limitations that have been chosen for us.


Charlie has been honoured to share Hawaiian Lomilomi massage since 2003, and has worked with thousands of clients for almost two decades. Charlie continues to train with Hawaiian elders in Lomilomi, Ho'oponopono, Aloha and Hawaiian culture, and teaches Lomilomi with permission from Kiliwelu Kamaka Iki Ali'i Pa'akaula Kamoa Kamoa (better known as Papa K).


Charlie's teaching style and sessions are deeply nurturing, strong and clear. Charlie works with people of all genders and is able to hold space for people of all different backgrounds and lived experiences.  

If you would like to speak with Charlie directly about their individual sessions and/or training courses, please phone 0421 242 467


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Dan Frankel

Lomilomi Practitioner 

Location: Fitzroy, Melbourne, VIC

(Ngár-go, Kulin Nation)

Pronouns: he/him


I believe bodywork helps to restore your connection with yourself, by working on your body's natural rhythm and by providing holistic care with complete client focus for an extended period. 


After many years of practice I find that bodywork is beneficial in so many ways, for example: circulation and mobility issues, fascia release, finding a sense of grounding and physical/emotional recalibration, and most importantly, when bodywork is used as a regular health maintenance tool it can assist in preventing dis-harmony from arising.


Sessions with me will be a different experience for each person depending on their needs. They can be very active and involve client participation for stretches and tension release or they could also be just intuitive, following the body's tension and using a whole range of techniques from holding, stretching, long flowing strokes and sometimes some gentle breathing guidance.  It really all depends on what the goal of the client is.


I am a graduate of The Blisstitute of Living Aloha 2019, Dr Manaka Protocols 2012 (taught by Paul Movsessian) and The Australian Shiatsu College 2010. 

For more information or to book a session please visit the website below.

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Erin Gordon

Lomilomi Practitioner 

Location: Cook, Canberra

(Ngunnawal Country)

Pronouns: she/her

Whether you are in search of release from physical, spiritual or emotional tension, or just craving some much needed relaxation, I can offer you a safe space to feel honoured and nurtured. 

Lomilomi can be deeply healing and transformational. As a practitioner I work with each individual's needs to enable them to get the most out of the session. I use a combination of gentle and firm flowing strokes, stretches and holds to shift blockages and restore. 


Through my training in Lomilomi and Reiki I have developed a strong sense of energy flow and I work with this and the Hawaiian spirit of Aloha to bring you back to your centre by realigning your energy and soothing your soul .


My aim of sharing bodywork and unconditional love is to inspire all humans to feel cherished and magnificent. 

If you would like to book a session, please use the button below for sessions with Erin in Cook at Ambrosia Holistic Health Care, or if you would like to discuss the possibility of a mobile session in other areas in Canberra, please call 0401 566 048

Phone Erin 0401 566 048
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Serra Manawey

Lomilomi Practitioner

Location: Portland, VIC

(Gunditjmara Mirring Country)

Pronouns: she/her

With each session given I am eternally in awe and humbled by the enormity of the energy that flows through this lineage of Lomilomi. The connection to the Kupuna (Elders) and Kahiko Kupuna (Ancient Elders) is palpable when in the Lomilomi space. Coming from a background of energy healing and other forms of spiritual massage I work deeply with energies, and I feel blessed to have received the gift of Lomilomi. There is an ancient Mana (power) beyond what flows through my own personal energy work that comes with this treatment, making it potent and effective.

I received the practice of Lomilomi into my hands in 2019. I have since been cultivating a Lomilomi offering of deep Aloha spirit, with strong Pa'a (grounding) in myself. Lomilomi works deeply on the emotional level, opening and clearing energy channels in the body and creating trust and deep relaxation in the physical body. Many of my clients have expressed having beautiful emotional releases after receiving a Lomilomi, and this is a space I hold with safety and Aloha. 

If you live in or travel to the far South West of Victoria, I can be found in Portland and would be honoured to hold this space and share this treatment with you. If you would like more information or to book a treatment, please contact me on 0447 309 771.

Phone Serra 0447 309 771

Peter Lehner

Lomilomi Practitioner

Location: Corndale, Northern Rivers, NSW

(Wiyabal Bundjalung Country)

Pronouns: this faerie/that faerie 

Powerfully healing Hawaiian massage with long-flowing deeply pressured strokes, like waves flow in the ocean, to release tension or tightness in the physical, emotional, mental & spiritual bodies.


Mind body soul let go to enter easy, restorative, bliss states.

Relieve pain, tightness in muscles, toxins release, circulation increase & the lymph system is deeply flushed and cleansed.


Peter identifies as non-binary and has also trained in shiatsu, reiki, Jungian dream analysis and applied breath therapy. 


Mobile — at your space for convenience.

Peter's rainforest studio — toasty wood fire with added benefit of negative ions.

If you would like to know more or book a session, please call

0425 268 771.

Online bookings are also available:


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Serra Stone

Lomilomi Practitioner

Location: Castlemaine, VIC

(Dja Dja Wurrung, Kulin Nation)

Pronouns: she/her

I believe every single person deserves to receive loving touch, to feel safe and empowered in their bodies. Through bodywork, ecstatic dance, nature connection and ceremony it is my purpose to support you to come home to ‘the soft animal of your body’.

I have been a body worker for 7 years, 4 of these practicing Lomilomi. I view Lomilomi as dance of connection — between the giver and receiver, Earth and Spirit, our Ancestors, and who we are yet to become. It is prayer embodied.

My sessions are slow, deep and honouring of who you are and where you’re at. We are not trying to ‘fix’ anything. We work with intention, gently allowing the nervous system to unwind, tension to ease and the body to drop into a state of receptivity. In this state the body is open to receiving deep nourishment and the unconditional love of Aloha.

When I’m not in my studio ‘Soul Nest’ you can find me wandering in the bush geeking out on birds, hanging out with my dog, dancing wildly or drinking tea with my nose firmly pressed in a book. I have recently become a Commonwealth Registered Marriage Celebrant and Funeral Celebrant and look forward to walking this path.

You can call me on 0423824942 to make a booking. Online bookings are also available:


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