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Module 2

Talking about the sacrum and how it supports the entire spine.  In another modality, I learned and experienced that the ilia and the temporal bones in the head mimic each other.  When someone was working on my temporal bones with little pressure, I could feel them moving in sync with my ilia.  This was a VERY subtle sensation!

Many massage therapists I know shy away from working on the posterior hip/sacrum area.  I find clients, especially those with low back or leg  pain, receptive to massage in this area once the relationship is explained to them.

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