I am putting it out there!

I took a coaching class during the holiday season and much came up around what makes me happy in my bodywork practice (and in general).

I'm heading into some hippy territory with the language here, but in all cosmic seriousness, here's the little download from the universe that came through:

There is something innately calling me to work specifically with women.
With the feminine energies of balance, and intuition, and acknowledging the gut.
With the creative and transformational energies that are more right brain.

As it has been a big part of my journey to trust myself and learn what my body has to tell me physically (the food I crave, what herbs I need right now), emotionally (where I keep my hidden parts of myself), and energetically (how I integrate - or not - the outside world of wonder, beauty, pain, and more), it comes to this:

I am really called to assist women to find their unique embodied wisdom through the ancient, indigenous based therapies I provide.

I am called to help empower women to really listen to to what their bodies are telling them.

To listen to and live more form the creative space of the heart while acknowledging the mind and all it wants to protect us from.

To assist women to trust themselves and enjoy life in their bodies through all changes big and small.

To enhance the right brain perception of the world and trust it!

And to balance and support the Yin side of themselves so that they can be in right relationship with everything around them, so that the Yang can then fully support them in their life.

I look forward to working with you soon!



Lisa Kai is a licensed bodywork therapist in Chicago Illinois. She specializes in transformational bodywork including Lomi Lomi and Visionary Craniosacral. This blog contains her insights on bodywork and everyday tips for practicing Aloha for the body, mind, and spirit. Lisa also practices Aloha, is a nature loving tikiphile, digs jazz (well, all types of music really!), double dips her veggies, is an artist, and embraces change.