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September 9, 2016 - 11:25 am
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Although I first started getting the videos in march, I have had a hard time finding the time to practice what I've learned in the videos. Finally watched course modules 1-3 and practiced the chi machine and foot techniques on my brothers. I feel confident in the techniques but I can tell that I'll need to build up some low back stamina for this modality. Im excited for more practice.

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September 9, 2016 - 9:28 pm
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Hi Stanley, that's the good thing about this online course. You can get to it whenever it works out for you. This course is a lifetime investment. It will always be there for you, and so will our support forum and our facebook group. 

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I'm not sure if I'm doing this correctly by continuing here or if I should start a new post with each update. Just finished modules 4-5 and practiced what I learned on family. As more and more techniques are demonstrated I've started to pick and choose which techniques I like the best and put them together to create a fluid and relaxing massage. I've also started practicing incorporating the techniques on the clients I massage during my day job. 

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That depends on what your purpose is. If you are just posting to share and get some feedback, then what you are doing is fine.

If, however, you want to get a certificate, then you would need to formally enroll in our certification program and follow a specific procedure. This is explained in detail in the certification section of your course manual which was included with the first email when you started this course.

Make sure to stay within this thread. Just don't click on "Add Topic", because that will start a totally new thread which will get disassociated from this thread. You are fine as long as you only click on "Add Reply" for subsequent posts.

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