Cody Keale is a passionate lā’au lapa’au practitioner, a student of the late Kumu Levon Ohai. He is also a seasoned lomilomi practitioner studying with Aunty Noelani Veary, Uncle Freddie Tira, and Kaliko Chang.
Major influences on his healing through prayer is his ohana. Grandmas, Maria Malachiko Lau and Midge Makaike, and parents mother Ualani Makaike Calleja and father William Keale.
His Kumu since he was a little keiki has always been Ke Akua, Iesu.
Hui Mauli Ola proudly presents: Leo Kupa. e hoolono mai. The thought provoking podcast on perpetuating Hawaiian Healing and Wellness, brought to you this month by:
Papa Ola Lokahi.
Envisioning a thriving Native community composed of healthy individuals and families informed about their rich heritage and culture, living in a state of lōkahi (unity), and making informed choices and responsible decisions in a safe island society that is pono (in proper order).
The Indigenous Soap Company
Created on the Island of ‘Oahu, the indigenous comes from our passion in using native medicinal herbs and oils from all over the world.
Alana natural therapy in Town and Pikoakea Therapeutic Lomi & Rehabilitation Massage in Kailua
All-Natural Deodorants, Body Powders and Body Products ~ Aloha Aina Packaging ~ Handmade by Hawaiians
Hawaiian Kava Center, LLC
Growers, purveyors and supporters of kava from Hawaii
Lotus blossom in you
Lomilomi, hooponopono, farm laau lapaau. Doula & Pale Wahine birth support services.
A welcoming place of refuge where people of all cultures sustain and propagate the connections between the health of the land and the health of the people.
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