George Teramoto, Massage Therapist

George Teramoto, LMP

LMP MA60112428

George attended and graduated from The Honolulu School of Massage in 1995 and was initially issued a Hawaii License for Massage in March of 1996.  Hawaii Massage License MAT – 4150.  With more than 800 hours of program and student clinic hours, George has a vast understanding of so many areas of the human body and its response to massage therapy.  George is also First Aid and CPR Certified.

An LMP is very well versed in many areas of health, anatomy and physical care.  These are the areas of education covered throughout the massage practitioner license process:

Anatomy & Physiology, Structural Kinesiology, Neuroanatomy, Hyology, Kinesiology. Theory/Demonstration & Practice; Professionalism, Hydrotherapy, Senior Citizen Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Foot Reflexology, Lomilomi, Sports, Lymphatic Massage, Shiatsu, Pathology, Cranial Sacrial.

While licensed in Hawaii for some time, George was issued his Washington State Massage Practitioner License in 2009.  With experience in several Spas throughout Hawaii and Washington State, as well as walk-in massage clinics, George has primarily been his own boss over the years and specialized in outcall and mobile massages while working in Hawaii.

Personal Information:  Aside from a passion and concern for helping others, George has been happily married to his wife Linda since 2005.

Big Island of Hawaii

The Big Island of Hawaii

A Love For Massage

by George Teramoto

My interest in massage began as a young child. My father was a carpenter and would come home with body aches, cramps and tension.  He often wanted me to step on his back to help him feel better.  I appreciated the response to my "therapy" back then, because he'd always come away feeling soothed and relaxed.  While I really didn't know what I was doing or how it was working, the results sparked a deeper interest in massage for me.

As the years went on, I got way too big to step on his back so I started pressing his back where he would feel knots or tenderness. Soon it became second nature.  I could easily feel and attend to the areas requiring attention. I also learned how to do specialty massage from my aunt on the Big Island of Hawaii. She was taught by her husband, my uncle, who was considered an "Hawaiian Natural Healer".

I learned a few techniques to help out my mom who also suffered from various muscle spasms and other tension and stress related headaches. My love to help people and make them feel better inspired me to attend a specialty school to learn new techniques and skills that could help me be the best at what I enjoyed most.

I am a very social and outgoing person. I love to meet new people and constantly learn new things. This helps immensely during my massage sessions as I am aware of the importance of my customers' satisfaction and relaxation.