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Andre Le Roux
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January 25, 2014 - 11:25 am
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Good evening Shama, and thank you for this course, I have been waiting for this one, and to no surprise, your intro is outstanding, I like the combination of all the links, I have read the Manual, I have watch the Video twice, the Transcript I have read, awesome, and the Audio I have it all with me on my Nexus 5. I can listen to it anywhere anytime. Great, I look forward to putting this one into practice, I have someone waiting with a Sciatica problem that dates back some five to seven years, I hope I can bring some relief, but I do need cooperation from my patient, and a willingness to adapt to the recommended changes that I will bring forth, I always tell clients, if you go to Physio and you don’t do the exercises they prescribe, nothing will happen to you, you need to work with me and together we have a chance of success. I look forward to the first official training video Shama, thank you, talk to you soon, CocoCool

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January 25, 2014 - 3:37 pm
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Great, I am so happy to hear that you liked it right off the bat! I sure put a lot of time and energy into this course.

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January 29, 2014 - 7:50 am
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Hello everyone, Andre here, I would like to comment on module 2 Sciatica, again I’m really please with all the info that you have provided Shama, you definitely give me all the answers I need to clearly explain to a client what I can and can’t do. Using the low tech methods for a diagnostic after the interview, witch is most important. Establishing the many aspects on how can a Holistic Thai massage help, explaining the Physical and Psychological  benefits are both very important. Making sure they fully understand what Holistic approach is, yes ” Macrocosm ”  and the 2 ” Hot Spots ” The testing methods will bring an instant diagnostic, straight leg and dorsiflexion of the toes combine with F.A.I.R great start, I am impress Shama with my course and I just started, already I feel that my sciatica knowledge just increased 100 folds. Thank you.Cool

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January 29, 2014 - 9:39 pm
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Thanks Andre, coming from you I am really honored by your comment! I have tried hard to make this course first class and increase my standard another notch.

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January 31, 2014 - 3:39 am
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Hello everyone, and yes module three already, working the sciatica, understanding clearly this area of the body and what can cause the problems to the sciatica is well documented here, by working holistically on this area , you will bring relief, remember that you will never know exactly where the problem is, so be generous in your treatment, cover the back of the leg to L 4-5, I like the rusty hinge Shama, I like to use  the term decompressing by rocking, and then compressing with different body parts, depending on my client stature, avoid static pressure, this way no pain. Remember to stay loose, relax and follow your body movement. Keep on Rocking, it feels gooooooood. Coco

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January 31, 2014 - 10:23 pm
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Terminology can differ. When I started with rocking techniques many years ago, it really did start with simple rocking moves. However later I expanded the concept to include all kinds of motion techniques like circling, wiggling, cross-fiber moves, and more. I kept using the term “rocking” for want of an all inclusive term which describes all those moves. Rocking or decompression, it feels great! Smile

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March 31, 2014 - 12:16 pm
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Hi Shama, I will be finishing my Sciatica postings soon, we just got ourselves moved to Ladysmith and getting the Academy set up, hope you are enjoying Vietnam, Ciao for now, Coco

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I hope that you will become massively successful with your new academy! Smile

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