Although new to Professional Therapeutic Massage, I felt I have been the go-to guy for helping clients and staff feel better. Throughout my culinary career, I have provided concoctions for various reasons: Minor injuries, cuts and bruises, to long hours on our feet. Even a few emotional relief sessions. Through my commitment to serve, I look forward to assisting you with your therapeutic needs. My professional training to date includes Swedish, Deep tissue, and Hot stone, just to name a few. My future credentials will include Thai massage and some of the herbal therapies associated with this modality. Why Thai you ask? My Naval tour took me there in my twenties and I have always wanted to return. My culinary adventures introduced me to some local Thai folk who reintroduced me to their ways and have taken me back a number of times since, with exciting results. In October, I will go for more schooling and some volunteer work that I have already made a commitment to. I'm so excited and look forward to serving you in this journey of well being we call life. Smiles, Bruce
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July 13, 2016 - 7:18 pm
Hi Bruce, welcome to our forum and our community. It sounds like you have a natural massage and healing talent. That will make it easier and more enjoyable to learn Thai Massage.
Thai Massage has always functioned as a system of people helping other people with their aches and pains. In Thailand every village has one or several therapists who take care of the people, and you often see people massaging each other in public.