Bio


Sonia Beauchamp (aka: The Haleiwa Massage Muse)




Greetings everyone! Thank you so much for checking out my website. I wanted to provide a brief bio for those of you that are interested in finding out a little more...



Background: Originally from Atlanta, GA, I graduated from the 1999 Deep Tissue specialty program at the Atlanta School of Massage. Soon after graduating, I had the good fortune to study Lomilomi 'oluea with Kumu Daniel Fowler who traveled to Atlanta from Maui to teach his workshop. This was my first introduction to Hawaiian spiritual concepts, and it affected me profoundly. I felt a calling to relocate to the Hawaiian Islands in order to learn more about Native Hawaiian history and culture. I eventually settled down in Waialua where I met my future husband and rented a space in the Ka'ala Healing Arts center.


Other Training: I decided to return to college in 2005. Originally, I wanted to receive my Certification in Substance Abuse Counseling, but I ended up with a B.A. in Psychology. I am also certified to teach meditation, breathwork, infant massage, and Reiki energy healing. Along with extensive training in anatomy, physiology, and orthopedic massage, I try to incorporate all of the above when working with clients at my massage therapy clinic. I have developed a fertility massage ritual based on various indigenous healing methods and training under the industry's top specialists. I completed my college thesis on the use of massage therapy and guided meditation/visualization to treat chronic pain.





Hobbies: Creative expression is important to me. When I'm not busy with my two crazy kids, I enjoy writing. I admire artists, performers, and those who aren't afraid to challenge cultural norms. I love nature, being creatively motivated, and living simply. Nothing makes me happier than hiking, camping, and backpacking (except maybe giving and receiving massage). I am a total adrenaline junkie, and once the kids get a little older, I hope to return to the skies.



Abby Parker (North Shore Ashiatsu and Massage)



I partner with Abby Parker of North Shore Ashiatsu and Massage to provide massage therapy services 7 days a week. She has a separate business entity. To find out more about her services, which include CEU classes for massage professionals in Ashiatshu Barefoot Massage, please visit her website. Call Abby directly at 808-778-7809.





Mahalo for your interest in receiving massage at our clinic. Please give me a call or e-mail if I can answer any questions! I love what I do, and I look forward to meeting you soon...

Sincerely,
Sonia "The Haleiwa Massage Muse"
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