July 13, 2017
My name is Bonita, and I live in the United States and have been a Massage Therapist since 2004. I am excited about adding Thai Massage to my Arsenal of Tools which will allow me to become an even better Massage Therapist. I love when Shama mentioned the Importance of developing a Quality Of Touch in the first Module….I believe a Quality of Touch will make any Therapist Stand Out among other Therapists.
Have A Great One!!!
Hi Bonita and welcome to our community. I am glad you joined us!
That's exactly my line of thinking as well. Knowing mechanical moves and techniques is not enough. The quality of touch is what makes massage great. This quality of touch is not something that you either have or don't have - it can be learned - at least to some degree.
This course is all about elements which make massage better beyond just the techniques. It's not just the quality of touch. It's also excellent ergonomics, a therapist friendly way of working, having more power with less effort, and becoming more sensitive and intuitive. Sure, the techniques are the basis, but we don't stop there in this course!
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