Side Lying is always challenging to get the client comfortable by means of bolsters and the right positions.
I cant wait to try this on my yoga instructor as she is very flexible and will bend excessively..
I guess the true test will be to work on someone who is restricted and bound up, trying to get them in a comfortable position will be interesting.. Lots of practice
This video is very powerful.. I love working on the spinal muscles as they are always so restricted..Multifidis erector spinae Longisismas and spinalis are great muscles to address to loosen and calm the body.
I love the cleints quad work with the use of the therapist knee. and the spinal twist will be useful as well
Does this really work if you are internally rotated as I am from doing massages and leaning over my clients. I see a real need for external release but this is a really good shoulder massage..i'm sure it loosens up the entire shoulder.
cant wait to try it on my clients who are fellow massage therapists.
This is the one the video I was waiting for.... more scapular work!!!!!
I love this one is really loosens up the shoulder and the scap.. more ROM is awlays needed for externally rotataion... I need it in a bad way...
I am going to have to find a practioner myself just for this ....
I like how you get in under the scap and dig deep .... I can almost feel the release myself
I don't really like the sitting pose as well a I like the supine position.
I really like the knees in the back and arms stretched behind and mot many of my clients are yogi's so it will interesting to see how many of them will like this
However I am excited to try this with great expectations that I will make it comfortable
The truth is that the sitting position is a bit awkward compared to the supine position, especially for not so flexible clients. But for the right clients you can do excellent therapeutic work, and some yogi types really appreciate some of the more powerful stretches you can do in the sitting position.
Client Intake is wonderful communication tool and a great way to end the course..
This was instilled in me while going to massage therapy at a Clinical massage institute.. We address areas of concern and problematic areas.. We did mostly therapeutic work to specific areas for and hour or longer...
I really enjoyed this course and would love to meet you at some point..If you ever get to the USA for classes I hope you can let us students know...