HAWAIIAN BONE WASHING
Hawaiian Bone Washing is an ancient form of therapeutic massage used to help along the process of clearing cherished wounds.
Ancient Hawaiians believed that we store our oldest memories and 'cherished wounds' in the bones, not only our memories but the memories of our ancestors also.
This treatment involves working, with a light touch, into the periosteum (the sheath or fascia surrounding the bones) to release memories that may be causing pain (physically, mentally or emotionally) or preventing one from moving on in life.
The touch for bone washing is quite light, so definitely not as extreme as it sounds! However the quality of the pressure or depth depends entirely on the needs of the client.
This treatment can make the receiver feel tired directly after so I would advise allowing some extra time after the treatment to let it 'settle'
Physically you can feel quite light and refreshed after the process of the Bone Washing.
The healing process of the Bone Washing can still be working days after the initial treatment, which can come in waves of releasing.