Aloha Healing Arts, located in the heart of Honolulu, offers a variety of massage techniques, including Lomi-Lomi, Prenatal, Swedish, Sports, and Reflexology. Licensed Massage Therapist and owner Fran Rose counts an array of celebrities amongst her clients and she was selected as a TOP 10 Honolulu Massage Therapist in the DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide. The company enjoys a 4.5-star rating on Yelp, with client remarks such as, “Fran makes you feel so comfortable and the massage is wonderful, you will walk away floating.”
Honolulu, HI(808) 386-1820
Brian Wong is a licensed massage therapist and has been practicing in the Honolulu area for over 18 years. Brian focuses specifically on massage techniques designed for relief of soft-tissue pain due to trigger points and fascial restrictions. Brian also provides services related to fascial stretching and the use of rocktape. Sessions with Brian are by appointment only and can be arranged through the website via email.
Honolulu, HI(808) 223-3442
Hawaii Natural Therapy Clinic is a full-service, licensed massage therapy destination, offering a range of therapeutic massage treatments including Shiatsu, Swedish, Prenatal, Pediatric, Lomi-Lomi, and reflexology. The spa is located in Honolulu, near the Sports Authority, and the company’s staff of licensed and trained therapists work closely with their clients to address therapeutic massage needs. The company takes a naturalistic approach to physical wellness and its online store offers an array of essential oils and other products.
Honolulu, HI(808) 200-4611
Honolulu Massage Studio is located in the Century Square Building in downtown Honolulu and has been in business since 2007. The therapist offers an array of body treatments and techniques, including medical massage therapy, deep tissue, Ashiatsu, and lymphatic drainage massage. She is licensed by the State of Hawaii and possesses certifications in various massage disciplines. The studio is open six days a week, Monday through Saturday and sessions are by appointment only, and can be booked online or by phone.
Honolulu, HI(808) 551-5460
Honolulu Massage Studio has been in business since 2007. The studio is located in downtown Honolulu, in the Century Square Building. The massage therapist is licensed by the State of Hawaii and trained and certified in various therapeutic techniques, including lymphatic drainage, prenatal massage, deep tissue, Shiatsu, and Ashiatsu. Session days are Monday through Saturday and are by appointment only. Appointments can be made either on the website or by phone.
Honolulu, HI(808) 551-5460
Island Therapy was voted "Best Massage in Hawaii" in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser's People's Choice Awards in 2014. Conveniently located in downtown Honolulu near the Ala Moana Center, Island Therapy is open seven days a week by appointment only. The company offers a full menu of therapeutic massage options and the therapists work closely with the clients to tailor treatments especially for the client’s needs. The company has great reviews and one customer commented, “I rarely post reviews but Island Therapy Massage has easily become the best massage & most accommodating place I've been.”
Honolulu, HI(808) 593-1001
Jai Dee Thai Therapeutic Massage is located in Honolulu and specializes in both Thai and Deep-Tissue massage techniques. Thai massage focuses on stretching and elongating the muscles and is performed with the client on the floor. Deep Tissue massage is more intense and is used to treat long-lasting muscle tension. The company’s owners, Pranee and Prapaporn, are both licensed massage therapists and Pranee was trained in Thailand in traditional massage methods. The salon also offers special massage packages for couples.
Honolulu, HI(808) 277-2892
Kaimuki Care is a Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation facility located in the Kaimuki Shopping Center in Honolulu. Services include treatments in orthopedics, sports therapy, pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation, and worker’s compensation rehab. The clinic also offers specialized programs such as fall prevention, physical abilities testing, and geriatric health. Rachel Iopa is the owner and has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. There are also two Licensed Massage Therapists on staff. A referral from a licensed physician is required to make an appointment, and the clinic accepts most insurance companies.
Honolulu, HI(808) 734-0020
Kipuka Spa describes itself as an “oasis of hope and renewal”. Located in downtown Honolulu, this full-service spa offers a total-body massage experience, starting with a glass of freshly-made juice, followed by a body, scalp, facial, hand, and foot massage, and finishing with a cup of tea. The spa also offers a steam room and uses products from Malin+Goetz who specialize in products for sensitive skin. Kipuka Spa is conveniently located near Bishop’s square and offers downtown parking validation. Appointments can be made by phone or email.
Honolulu, HI(808) 772-1970
Kuub Cosmetics is a full-service facial and massage salon located in the Century Center building in Honolulu, with client pick-up and drop-off from select Waikiki hotels. The salon offers licensed facial and massage therapists on site and offers facial and massage combination packages. The salon is open seven days a week, and appointments can be made by calling the number listed on the website. Kuub uses its own brand of skincare products called Sylph. The company offers special day packages for couples and wedding parties.
Honolulu, HI(808) 941-2410
Massage by Dean has been owned and operated by Dean Hiroyuki Saito since 2002. Dean is a licensed massage therapist and specializes in Japanese Sports Massage which combines several techniques such as Shiatsu, Amma, and Reflexology to address specific issues. Dean is also skilled in Lomi-Lomi, Swedish, and Deep Tissue massage techniques. Appointments can be made by phone and are scheduled Monday through Saturday afternoons at the spa in Honolulu.
Honolulu, HI(808) 554-3250
Moanalua Massage is open six days a week and is conveniently located in downtown Honolulu. The licensed therapist has over 30 years of experience and the company also offers nutritional supplements for purchase. Sessions are by appointment only, and appointments can be made by calling the phone number listed on their website, or filling out an auto-email form. According to one client’s Yelp review, “Went to their new location...Perfect for a massage setting. Still, the best massage I have ever gotten…”
Honolulu, HI(808) 833-2629
Pin Thai Massage in downtown Honolulu offers therapeutic massage services including Thai, Shiatsu, and deep tissue. The company also provides facials and waxing services. Located on the 38th floor, with sweeping views of Honolulu, Pin Thai provides a luxurious spa experience for its clients. The spa is open seven days a week and appointments can be made by phone with one of the company’s licensed massage therapists.
Honolulu, HI(808) 237-9638
PT Massage has operated in the Honolulu area since 2001. The company not only provides various modalities of therapeutic massage but also offers cupping, a therapeutic technique used by athletes and designed to draw blood and oxygen to specific muscle groups. PT Massage also has licensed acupuncture therapists on staff and accepts several insurance company plans for physician-prescribed treatments. PT Massage is located on King Street in the Medical Arts building and session appointments can be made by phone.
Honolulu, HI(808) 593-7717
Sukotai Massage 1 in Aiea provides therapeutic massage treatments in an environment blending Asian and Hawaiian themes. The salon specializes in an array of massage techniques, including traditional Swedish and Hot Stone, but also offers more exotic treatments including Thai massage and Ashiatsu or barefoot back-walking. The staff at Sukotai Massage 1 are all licensed by the State of Hawaii. Brad Neal, a client from Los Angeles, wrote, “I loved my Thai Massage today. My therapist did an excellent job working all the points on my body. I would recommend this to everyone.”
Waimalu, HI(808) 946-7117
Taira Chiropractic has been serving the Honolulu community since 2003, offering a “Kaizen” or continuous improvement approach to health and wellness. Dr. Travis Taira graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sports Science and received his Chiropractic Doctorate from Life Chiropractic College West. Among the treatments Dr. Taira and his staff offer are Chiropractic Spinal Adjustments and spine-strengthening exercises, Intersegmental Traction Therapy, and traditional massage therapies. The website features other health and wellness information, such as exercise and nutritional suggestions.
Honolulu, HI(808) 948-8722
Thai-Issan Therapeutic Massage has been in business since 2006. The company not only offers a variety of massage therapies, with an emphasis on Asian techniques such as Thai Yoga and Shiatsu, but it also operates an academy, teaching massage techniques to new therapists. There are three locations to choose from in Honolulu, including the Thai Issan Academy, Thai-Issan Massage, and Thai-Issan Foot Massage. Testimonials from the website emphasize the professionalism of the staff and the quality of services provided.
Honolulu, HI(808) 593-8866
Therapeutic Touch of Health has two convenient locations in Honolulu, one in Kapiolani Business Plaza and one in Aiea Commercial Center. The company provides therapeutic massage, rehabilitative massage, and corporate wellness services, in which therapists will come to a corporate location to provide massage services to employees. Cindy Ogata is the owner of Therapeutic Touch of Health and is the principal massage therapist. She has extensive training in numerous massage techniques and has been practicing for over 10 years. Appointments can be made on the website via email.
Honolulu, HI(808) 222-5898