The Healing Arts Center in 'Aiea

The Healing Arts Center

A Place of Wellness

maunalii


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52 years old
Ewa Beach
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Aloha to everyone. My name is Mary Oyama and I live in Ewa Beach. I have four children ages 24, 23, 9 and  8. I also have three grandchildren - 7, 5 and 1 year old. I have been a preschool teacher for 20 years. While I love teaching and working with children, I am also moving in another direction of energy work and connecting with spiritual wisdom. I have known Susan for about 25 years. She is an amazing friend, mentor and teacher. I feel honored to be on this blog site. I look forward to sharing and learning...

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Reply maunalii
4:55 PM on April 8, 2011 
Lunch was great yesterday. Susan and I enjoyed eating at Christie's for the first time in Waimalu. I look forward to spending more time at the Healing Arts Center. It is truly a place of wellness and healing.
Reply maunalii
4:15 PM on December 30, 2010 
Susan - Calling you the other day was one of the highlights of my vacation. I drift in and out and sometimes aimlessly but you have remained a steadfast beacon, a lighthouse that guides me to safe waters. You are a true friend and gifted mentor. I am blessed to have met so many talented and awesome people. I am even more blessed to be related to two of them - my sister-in-law, Lynne, and my cousin-in-law, Susan Suzuki. With a new year approaching, I pray and visualize a new beginning that leads me to my true path. Thank you for sharing with me about your goals, your visions and your successes and even your struggles. With every conversation and time together, I learn more and take with me a piece of knowledge that I didn't have before. Our Divine Creator, with love and wisdom, has made our paths cross once again. Saying "Thank You" is truly not enough to share with you my most heartfelt and sincere appreciation. For all that you do and for all that you are, I love you dearly.