Heartspire Hawaiian Massage

Hartley,Kim_logoNEWHeartspire Hawaiian Massage provides educational opportunities  in Lomilomi massage techniques. 

Please check our services page for the specifics our services.

We offer a wide variety of NCBTMB Workshops educational opportunities.

To find and register for a workshop,contact Robbin Blake at the Therapeutic Training Center: www.theratraining.com


Contact Kim if you have more questions: 
Heartspire School of Hawaiian Massage


Mobile number – 360-481-8325


In the Hawaiian healing arts tradition, lomilomi uses massage with prayer and intention to facilitate flowerphysical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Lomilomi massage helps increase circulation, restore motion, and eliminate or ease physical as well as emotional pain.  By observing, listening, palpating, and intuiting, lomilomi practitioners strive to touch the human story stored deep in our clients’ tissues. Lomilomi practitioners also practice internal clearing so that we can be used as healing channels.
In HEARTSPIRE lomilomi classes, participants engage on all levels  – heart, mind, body and spirit, for the health and well being of all: clients, students and teachers.  By opening our hearts and minds in the spirit of aloha, we cultivate a compassionate, supportive, and cooperative class environment.
We have studied lomilomi since 1990, and began teaching in 1993.  We support students in their efforts to find as much inner healing as possible and to develop spiritually sensitive bodywork skills.  We build and nurture community.  We work to create peace, health and harmony in our personal and professional lives, and from there, throughout our world. NCBTMB Workshops are held in Seattle and Post Falls, ID.
Kim Hartley LMT Short Biographical Sketch

I graduated from Brian Utting School of Massage in the fall of 1990. I studied with Shawn LaSala-Kimmel from 1991 to 1994, then Aupuni Iwi ‘ula from 1994 to 1996.  Then 2 Workshops with Daniel Albers at our home and over to Hawaii for one month in 2000 to study with Auntie Margaret Machado. Then I studied with Dougie McKeague, Nancy Kahalewai, Mahealani Henry, Dr. Maka ‘ala Yates, Wayne Powell and Harry Uhane Jim. All in all logging 2000 hours of Continuing Education and over 30 years of practicing full-time in the healing arts of Lomilomi Hawaiian Massage.

Kim Hartley, LMP: My Personal Journey

Jim Hartley, a short Biographical Sketch