January 27, 2016
Hi Everyone…..from Pennsylvania……so happy to be taking this course. I practice Massage Therapy at a Resort/ Spa…. I have integrated rocking techniques for years and when I saw your”You tube” Shama “…I was so thrilled….here I am.
After 15 years…7 services a day….working smarter not harder really appeals to me. Module 1…it is refreshing to see the flexibility and ease of moving energy smoothly compared to staying in the linear lane all the time. Great way to introduce massage to hesitant newcomers…hey, keep you clothes on ..as you melt on the table.
I am looking forward to any input to assist me in adapting rocking techniques to a table….I will modify and have fun with the new flowing rocking,freeing..massage.
Shama, thank you for making rocking and rolling available for all of us : )
Hi Jackie, welcome to our forum. It’s great to hear your enthusiasm.
Many rocking techniques can very easily be done on a table. You’ll be rocking and rolling before you know it!
Personally, believe it or not, I have never owned a massage table during my entire massage career. I love working on a floor mat which is what pretty much everyone is doing in Thailand. But many of my students have adapted Thai Massage to their table work. There might be some techniques which don’t work on a table, but for the most part you can easily use the system on a table with a little creativity.
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