Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field. I’ll meet you there.
When the soul lies down in that grass,
the world is too full to talk about.

Rumi

We met on this field, and we chose to journey together through this earthly life since that meeting. We became teachers and students to each other in the unfolding of life’s magic. We evolve in each others mirrors. We love, and we offer loving presence to all who come to us. We endeavour to always connect to ourselves, to each other and to the world from this place.

Our story started 26 years ago, when we first fell in love in secondary school. We had seven months of the most magical teenage love story, followed by seven months of painful silence, and then 21 years of journeying separately. We learnt, cried, laughed, experienced what we had to, to have grown into the being that is once again the perfect match for the other. Our re-union in 2012 was the greatest transformational landmark in our lives so far.

We are learning and growing together since then, and most importantly, we surrender ourselves to the guidance of loving presence. To affirm our dedication to each other and to our joint mission to help others, and as a crowning of our long journey we got married in 2014.

We are both experienced healers and therapists, having helped people on their journeys for over 16 years. Through the 4-handed Lomi Lomi we had the wonderful chance to expand our portfolio with something we can perform together and offer as a joint full body massage to our clients.

Having practised both the 4-handed and regular Lomi Lomi for some years, we were approached and asked to teach it, and in 2016 we also started to offer accredited training courses and retreats in this wonderful healing art . We are dedicated to supporting people on their healing paths, while constantly looking after and developing ourselves. We deeply enjoy each session giving our fullest attention to the person in our hands.

As of 2016, we have started to work together with two of our most talented students, by now colleagues and friends. Together with them we are reviving some of the oldest rituals of the Hawaiian tradition by providing 4-, 6-, and 8-handed Lomi Lomi sessions.

In loving presence, Dora and Daniel