I use Rocking massage on almost every massage if not every. It puts the client in a trance and really is much nicer then some Thai massage I have learned in the past. In the past I worked on what we know as sen lines. I love your Shama. It stays very close to traditional but is a lot kinder than some techniques I learned in the past.
I still work on the sen lines but Shama you have showed me such a nicer way of doing this. I was once told by an instructor that its supposed to hurt on some people. Since doing your courses I have rally learned to check in with my clients more. I appreciate you and I know my clients appreciate you too!
Thanks Don, it feels good to be appreciated. I think most of the dedicated therapists are not just doing this for the money. We really like helping people and we give out a lot of energy in the course of our profession. If some of that energy comes back in the form of gratitude or appreciation, it creates a good balance for us.
That comes through in many of your posts, that you love what you do. And that will help you grow in your massage work, figure things out, become more creative and intuitive, enjoy more what you are doing, and get more encouraging feedback. Very few massage therapists become rich money-wise, but many become rich in spirit, empathy, caring, and truly adding something to the positive side of the balance sheet of life.
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