Kumu Ramsay Taum
Mentored & trained by respected kūpuna (elders), Ramsay practices and teaches la’aulapa’au (Hawaiian medicinal practices), hoʻoponopono (mental and spiritual healing), lomihaha (realignment of bone and muscle and diagnosis through touch) and Kaihewalu Lua (Hawaiian combat/battle art). A sought-after keynote speaker, lecturer, healer, trainer and facilitator, in 2013, Kumu Ramsay Taum was honored as the Peacemaker of the Year in recognition of his lifetime career advocating the spirit of Aloha around the world, in the fields of: ecology, business, communications, economic development, and Hawaiian culture. He is recognized locally, nationally and internationally for transformational leadership in sustainability, cultural, and place-based values integration into contemporary business models. Ramsay graduated from The Kamehameha Schools, attended the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, and earned a B.S. degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California. He has guest lectured at numerous institutes of higher learning in Hawai’i and across the country, including the University of Hawai’i, Chaminade University, Hawaii Pacific University, Brown University, and Dartmouth College. Kumu also served on both the Board of the Hawaiʻi State Consortium of Integrative Health Services and the former Health Policy Institute Board of Directors at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City, Missouri.
To learn more about Kuma Ramsay please see: www.ramsaytaum.com