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Liz Babcock's - Heavenly Head Massage Course
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LizBabcock
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February 11, 2019 - 11:35 pm
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Module 1

i have so many clients excited that im learning this new series!

I have been using the rocking up onto the shoulders this week and it is a really nice addition to what I already do which is to peddle the shoulders one at a time. One of the interesting parts of this technique is it really makes sclear how much tension the person is carrying in their upper torso. Sometimes at an end of a traditional session I will go back to this technique and the clients sometimes will notice the difference of how freed up they are now in this area. For sure using the right position to distribute the appropriate weight as well as my own stability is really important..it should feel effortless not a strain.

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Welcome to another course, Liz!

Your clients have something to look forward to with this material. This is quite a large course and will give you many new techniques which go beautifully with Thai Massage. I never end a Thai Massage session without including 5 or 10 minutes of the Heavenly Head Massage material. Clients love it!

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I love the work to the strernum! I have many clients come in with tension in the chest and so far I had really only applied work to the pecks. I love point work here. Everyone I tried it on loved it. Looking forward to using it from now on!

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I am very glad to hear that. Most course students find the sternum and chest work quite challenging because they have never done anything like this, and it does require quite a lot of sensitivity. I know from personal experience that this is typically appreciated by clients because nobody ever worked on this area before in most cases. So you are ahead of the game here! Smile

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