About Carol Hart
Mana Lomi® Senior Instructor, Energy Medicine & Ecopsychology Instructor, Ho`oponopono Practitioner
Carol’s healing journey has been guided by many influences. She has been a marine mammalogist, charter boat captain, divemaster, boat builder and is now a holistic health practitioner and teacher. Many years ago, when training to be a captain, one of her instructors mentioned that she had “healing hands”. This did not mean much to her until, one day, everything changed for her due to a fractured vertebrae. Through loving massage and chiropractic care, she healed completely without the use of any medications or surgery. This led to a desire to become a massage therapist in 1994, so she could help others on their healing journeys.
Carol’s Teachers & Guides
Carol has had many wisdom keepers show the way of Spirit. Lee Joseph and Carole Madsen, founders of the Pacific Center for Awareness and Bodywork, were the first to show Carol how healing begins within the individual, through hypnotherapy and structural integration. Dr. Maka’ala Yates, D.C., a kanaka maoli (Hawaiian ancestry) introduced Hawaiian healing ways, beginning in 2002. Maka’ala is a close friend, mentor and an invaluable spiritual influence, and he gifted Carol the title of Senior Teacher of Mana Lomi® Levels 1, 2 and Lomi`ili`ili in 2013 and Mana Lomi® Problem Solving in 2022. Carol has also been an apprentice with Dr. Jane Ely, D.Min., a spiritual teacher, healer and counselor who founded the Peacemaker School of Spiritual Healing. Jane is a close friend, mentor and spiritual guide since 2004, and she has gifted Carol the teachings of her lineage, to be passed forward to the next generations.