Phone; 808 965-7828

Expand each of the positions learned in the Transition Flow with additional moves and stretches. Learn how to adapt them to the one in your arms.

Learn what moves need to be repeated on both sides and what need only be done on one side, and how to best utilize the time this frees.

Incorporate work on the hara. Learn to individualize each session. Complete Watsu's standard form.
Alexis Lee

I've shared Watsu and other Aquatic Bodywork since 1996,and teaching since 2000.
My love of Watsu® stems from the heart-centered connection I feel w/ the person floating in my arms.The space of total presence and awareness the giver provides is the same space we can use to bring peace in our world, locally and globally.

Good communication is essential; having studied Non Violent communication I bring that into the classroom.

My mission is to create a new paradigm of teaching with ease, grace and groundedness.
My early Montessori teacher training is a valued asset to my Watsu® instruction. Teaching at the child's level gave me the ability to break down the whole,into easier learning parts. As a result, I use movement, fun & a foundation of body mechanics in my watsu instruction. I believe a Watsu® class can be taught as a Watsu® session,more like zenflow.

Kalani Honua

This tropical location on the "Big" Island of Hawaii is close to a black sand beach frequented by dolphins, tide pools, a natural warm pond terrific for watsu, natural steam vents, Volcanos National Park, waterfalls, botanical gardens and historic villages. The facility comprises 113 coastal acres of exotic botanical forest within Hawaii's largest conservation area. Twenty acres are dedicated to landscaped lawns and retreat/conference facilities, with a watsu pool, and an olympic size pool, with jacuzzi and sauna.