A pleasant and effective abdominal massage system
The “Dancing Hands” Abdominal Massage therapy system is the answer to a missing element in Thai Massage. After over a decade in Thailand, I cannot help but notice that almost no therapist ever touches the abdomen.
I attribute this to the fact that traditional Thai Massage does not have very good abdominal techniques.
The techniques that do exist are unpleasant and often painful. Nobody likes them and the therapists apparently don’t like them either. So abdominal massage in Thailand fell mostly by the wayside.
Effective and enjoyable abdominal techniques
Rather than writing it off, I decided to create techniques for the abdomen that feel great, are painless, effective and fun to receive and give.
The fact is that the effects of abdominal massage go way beyond the actual belly. This area is the seat of your life force, the “hara”, it is the starting point of all energy lines in Asian bodywork, it contains the largest concentration of organs, and energetically it can affect the entire body.
The “Dancing Hands” abdominal massage system incorporates elements from Zen Shiatsu, Chi Nei Tsang and rocking techniques.
Natural, flowing rocking moves for the abdomen
This style uses plenty of flowing rocking moves. They are such a natural movement – why do mothers always rock their babies when they cry? These techniques feel wonderful and are totally painless if used correctly.
Shiatsu and Chi Nei Tsang are good modalities, but they incorporate a lot of theory, they take quite some time to learn and the courses are very expensive.
A flexible, easy to learn therapy system for the abdomen
The “Dancing Hands” Abdominal Massage system however is simple enough to learn easily, it works with all kinds of massage modalities, it is highly effective and is very pleasant to receive.
For easy and affordable access to this system, “Dancing Hands” Abdominal Massage is available as an online training course which you can study at your convenience right from your home.
You can get the details here:
The video below shows you some of the techniques in action.
The author, Shama Kern, has been practicing and teaching Thai Massage for 16 years. He is the founder and director of Thai Healing Massage Academy and the creator of 20 online Thai Massage video training courses.