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Stacey Fluker: Heavenly Head Massage Course
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Stacey Fluker (H.E.A.L)
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Module 1:  Remembering to breathe is a key component in doing any form of body work.  It isn't just as important for the client as it is for the practitioner.  What I love about Thai Massage is that with each stroke/compression our breath can me synced on entrained with that movement...it is symbiotic.  

The shoulder technique, although quite simple, potentially relieves the stagnant energy locked in the shoulders, the neck and trapezius area.  Getting the correct hand placement is key, because the slightest move away from the correct location is major.  

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Hi Stacey, welcome to the Heavenly Head Massage certification program. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our certification check list to make sure that everything is organized properly:

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I like how you describe Thai Massage as "symbiotic". That's a perfect word to describe it! Smile

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Re-edit...sorry for the typos

Stacey Fluker (H.E.A.L) said
Module 1: Remembering to breathe is a key component in doing any form of body work. It IS just as important for the client as it is for the practitioner. What I love about Thai Massage is that with each stroke/compression our breath can be synced or entrained with that movement...it is symbiotic.

The shoulder technique, although quite simple, potentially relieves the stagnant energy locked in the shoulders, the neck and trapezius area. Getting the correct hand placement is key, because the slightest move away from the correct location is major.

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