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Kah Soon Ng’s Thai Foot Massage Progress Notes
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Kah Soon Ng
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Module 1

This module showed me the 3 energy lines on feet. I have learnt how to use the correct body posture while working on the 3 energy lines. The use of our body weights allows us to work on the feet more effectively

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Hi Carson, welcome to our forum and to the Thai Foot Massage certification program. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our certification checklist to make sure that it is all correctly organized:

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As explained in section 1 of the certification checklist, I changed your display name to the name which you listed on the certification registration so that our records are synchronized. Also could you please fill in the bio section in your forum profile so that I have an idea about your background, massage experience (or lack of it), where you live, what you are trying to accomplish with the course, etc.

We are neighbors since we are located in Thailand. Smile Where in Malaysia do you live? 

Do you have a practice partner?

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Shama said
Hi Carson, welcome to our forum and to the Thai Foot Massage certification program. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our certification checklist to make sure that it is all correctly organized:

Certification Checklist

As explained in section 1 of the certification checklist, I changed your display name to the name which you listed on the certification registration so that our records are synchronized. Also could you please fill in the bio section in your forum profile so that I have an idea about your background, massage experience (or lack of it), where you live, what you are trying to accomplish with the course, etc.

We are neighbors since we are located in Thailand. Smile Where in Malaysia do you live? 

Do you have a practice partner?  

Hi Shama

Yes, we are neighbour. I live in Johor, the southern part of Malaysia.

I hope that I can become an expert in Thai massage after I finish all these courses.

I do not have a practice partner. I just simply ask someone from my spa and see if he or she is ok for me to practise what I have learnt on them 😊

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So you can practice on someone, just not on a regular partner, right? Is anyone in your spa doing Thai Massage already, or are you introducing this as a new style?

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Shama said
So you can practice on someone, just not on a regular partner, right? Is anyone in your spa doing Thai Massage already, or are you introducing this as a new style?  

Yes I have someone to practice on and will try to practice on the same partner if required.

And yes, we are going to include Thai massage in our menu.

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Module 2

I have learnt 3 different techniques from this module. Same as Module 1, these techniques focus on working on feet (the 3 energy lines). Learning how to use these techniques correctly are important. Very little or no pressure should be given to our thumbs to avoid injuries.

I am assuming it is easier or more convenient to perform these 3 techniques on one foot first, then only move to another foot. So that we do not have to move left and right repeatedly after we perform each technique.

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Actually it is a good idea to practice on more than one person. In this way you get a feeling for different sizes of feet and different degrees of stiffness or flexibility.

You are right, stay on one foot as long as possible and then switch to the other foot. Going back and forth all the time between two feet feels quite weird.

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