I'm in Hawai'i and passionate about Hawaiian culture and traditions. I edited two books on lomilomi, one of oral histories from native healers from 1779 to now. Published by the Bishop Museum it's called Na Mo'olelo Lomilomi: The Traditions of Hawaiian Massage & Healing. The second is Hawaiian Massage Lomilomi: sacred touch of aloha and is a gift book with pictures of lomi kumu and inspirational quotes. It received a "Keep It Hawai'i" award from the Hawai'i Tourism Authority for accurate depiction of cultural tradition. I also co-wrote the chapter on lomilomi in the book, Massage Modalities by Elsevier Press.
Right now I am finishing up a book on Huna, Ho'oponopono and Lomilomi: Ancient Hawaiian or New Consciousness?
After that, I have a few more books in mind.
Oh yeah, in "real life" I am an attorney, researcher, investigator, speaker, trainer.