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Pia Bager
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September 7, 2021 - 11:17 am
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Module 34 – Sitting position 2

The arm traction for arms and back is ammmmaaaazing. My clients back made quite a few funny clicks – in a good way. She said the clicks were as good as what her chiropractor does but in a much more safe feeling way (at the chiro she is never feels safe!!)

The knees in back massage was really super hard to keep the balance haha. I did loose my balance a few times, but my toes didnt agree so much with this one so might leave this one for clients who have too tight shoulders to do the back bend/foot massage version. And again the little legs syndrome ahh so maybe leave it for children haha

The two variations of the shoulder massage with the forearm went super well, I put a pillow on my thigh to “make my thigh height” a little taller and the rocking/circling of the body nearly sent my client into a trance. She said that is was 'unreal-ly good and please could I keep doing that for a good while' 🙂 I liked it too as she was so relaxed it opened the muscles up more – which is rare for this client..

The elbow in the trapezius was also very good and get a few different point than when the arm is down. I ended the session with bringing her back down as in the arm traction but without the arms overhead, and then just wiggled from side to side for a little while. She normally talks a lot but doing these 2 last modules she had gone quiet, so the wiggle was a soothing end to all that shoulder and back work.

Thank you for all the course information, Im sure I will do more of your course as I have really liked this one. I wish for a 'sidelying and seated summery' video but otherwise feel ready to get out-there and practice it all together. Picking the moves for each session is the hard bit though as you have shown so many good ones. I found your video on transitions from prone to supine that was also very good. I still have the extra material to go through, but thank you for now its been a great journey 🙂

(I did a 1.5h routine on a new client yesterday and she loved it. She has had lots of "real thai" treatments and said this was much nicer as she didnt feel like she was being broken in half, but still felt she got pulled and stretched sufficiently. I still have a lot of practice ahead to get the flow going better and the hamstring foot walk is still bit of a rythmic mystery to me but hey I wont learn without practice xxx) 

Shama Kern
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September 8, 2021 - 4:11 am
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This all sounds great and it is obvious that you are a qualified Thai Massage therapist by now - happy for you! Smile

Pia Bager
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September 9, 2021 - 1:08 am
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Thank you very much 🙂 See you again soon 🙂

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