Friday, April 4, 2014

Love it: The Aroha Healing Autumn Huhuatanga (Abundance) Candle



For a few years now I’ve been regularly spending time with Rosanna Marks, the principal therapist at Aroha Healing, which she opened at the West Lynn end of Richmond Road back in 2008. In August 2012 she moved to a new location that she describes as “pure heaven”, at the top of Maidstone Street by Great North Road, where she practices numerous amazing healing modalities alongside traditional beauty therapy, as well as planning and holding retreats around the areas of Reiki, massage and the Sacred Feminine.
A “facilitator of transformational processes” working as a holistic therapist, Reiki master, belly dancer and advanced teacher of ancient philosophies, Rosanna practices the likes of mirimiri (traditional Maori massage), Hawaiian Ka Huna bodywork, Egyptian undulating heart breath, chakra balancing, kundalini massage techniques and organic facial therapy (with French skincare range Phyt’s), as well as Aroha Healing, which is a true fusion of her work. Internationally trained in many indigenous healing modalities, the vivacious therapist uses a fusion of ancient traditional practice combined with a modern twist. 
On top of all of this she and her partner Ben also create a beautiful range of hand-poured candles under the Aroha Healing moniker. New additions arrive seasonally, and the Aroha Healing Candle for this season is the Huhuatanga (Abundance) Candle. Huhuatanga celebrates Autumn Abundance in many forms and Rosanna says that this “magical candle is most fitting for manifesting all that is positive and good”.  It is made using the most delicious oil blend that includes delicate nectarine, jasmine, honey and vanilla, infused with Kowhai tree leaves and links to all chakras. So beautiful, so abundant - and so perfect for right now!

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  1. Massage Therapy has been successfully treating it’s clients since 2005, assisting in everything from injury recovery for athletes to providing relaxing massages to those that simply wish to indulge themselves.

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