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Mark's hip therapy experience
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mwisdom
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December 11, 2012 - 5:47 am
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I just finished module 1 of the hip therapy. Some of it was seen in the larger Thai program but there are many new techniques. Even the ones I have seen before were explained and shown differently. Overall it is a big help for me. The evaluative tools are excellent and i work with a lot of hip and back issues. I want to learn to see and feel the imbalances and know which tools to address for those problems. I am hungry to learn all I can and look forward to #2 and #3.   

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Have now completed module 2 of hip therapy.

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Yes, for those who have taken the Complete Thai Massage training course there will be some overlap in most of the therapy courses, but there is a lots of new material in there and a more specific focus on certain areas of the body.

I am working on a major expansion of my Thai Foot Massage course which is all brand new material. Exciting! I love creating new courses.

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There is a lot of new material and many more variations available for hip work. I completed module 3 and will plan to watch them all again to insure I remember them all. Always pick up something I missed before. Overall this is a nice reference tool and gives the therapist many options.   

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I am glad you are picking up new nuggets from this course. That was my idea with my therapy courses, to provide more techniques for specific areas of the body. Thai Massage is mostly practiced as a full body system here in Thailand, and in your typical massage shop it is mostly not possible to get therapists to really focus in on one body part. They are totally conditioned to start with the feet and spend most of their time on the legs, no matter how much you tell them you want work on a specific area. This is something I am trying to balance out with my series of therapy courses.

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