Active Sports Massage Hawaii
7192 Kalanianaole Highway St- E-207A
Honolulu, HI 96825
Call or Text: (808) 396-2230
Fax: (808) 396-0556
Located at Koko Marina Center in Hawaii Kai.
ORTHOPEDIC/MEDICAL MASSAGE & Sports Injuries
ORTHOPEDIC/MEDICAL MASSAGE for:
*complicated cervical conditions *whiplash *tennis elbow *golfer's elbow
*tendonitis *carpel tunnel syndrome *sciatica *back pain, frozen shoulders, prenatal, locked up TMJ, reduced anxiety,
relief of tight muscles and other aches and pains.
We massage with a purpose.
We are athletes our selves. We believed that getting a massage from an athlete
make sense. Chances are we are going through the same aches and pain like you do.
Mati Sapolu - LMT Mati is Samoa's first person who has ever done an Ironman/Ironwoman event and completed not one but 13. (swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles run 26.2 miles). She is the only Samoan ever to qualified for two World Championship Triathlons in Kona, Hawaii (not by lottery lol! but earning it). Nothing stops her. Mati is also a paddler who crossed the Molokai-to-Oahu Channel five times outrigger canoe paddling. She ran 10 marathons and her first marathon was the cruel Rotorua Marathon in 1998. She competed in numerous 70.3 Ironman triathlons and many short distance triathlons and placed in her age group category.
James Sapolu Nakajo - L.M.T.
James participated in sports at a competitive level and has experienced athlete injuries. As a therapist providing remedial bodywork for those seeking wellness, James assists his clients in their own ability to engage their natural healing process through utilizing combined soft tissue manipulation techniques. In this way the body can be brought back to balance resulting in optimal physical performance during activities with a quicker recovery and reduced chance of injury.
Sani Sapolu Taylor - Active Sports Massage Hawaii is looking forward to having Sani join us in 2020. Sani is an athlete who started playing with the Hawaii Harlequins Rugby Football Club shortly before being scouted by the Wellington Axemen of New Zealand. A few seasons later he signed with U.S.A's Professional Rugby League and led the Austin Huns to a victory in the 2017 National Championships with a last minute game winning try against New York Athletic. With aches and pain from this brutal sport he can understand what your body is going through.