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June 2014

Reflexology in the kitchen

Today my client is relaxing back in her favourite chair and allowing me to give her feet some well deserved tender loving care. Later on I moved onto her arms ,neck and shoulders but starting with the feet is a great way to relax people and make them more open …

Who needs a gym when you have kids!

Today I went to the local swimming pool in Savannakhet  Sea Paradise Swimming  Pool    https://www.facebook.com/Savanswimmingpool                 run by a very enterprising young lady Kitiyalath Latsamy and started doing some animal movement .Within five minutes I was joined by a couple of local kids , things got fun and I had a great workout. It was …

Oil massage flow

Some techniques I use that spare my thumbs and as a consequence my fingers have become incredibly strong and tactile.Thumbs are excellent tools for massage but we have another 8 fingers that can do a great job as well. Let the artist escape from within and give your clients massages …

You have to be fit and strong to do cellulite massage

I am into the second day of my Cellulite and Lymphatic Drainage course  and I am really enjoying the learning experience.I think that the strong energetic techniques will work for clients returning from injury that need innervation to weak muscles and  for athletes that require a strong energetic massage for …

Treating headaches with cold compression and cucumber

  I apologise for the noisy air conditioning and music in the background but there was nothing I could do about that. I am at the chetawan health massage school in Bangkok  studying facial massage.Now at first I was a bit hestitant about studying a beauty course but let me tell …

Reflexology in Chiang Mai

  I just finished a reflexology course with Jack Chaya and it was a great experience as usual.I like his teaching style and he is a working teacher , not only does he teach he also does a lot of massage so lots of experience to draw from.   If …

Posterior chain progressions

Crocodile rolls are a great exercise for targeting your posterior chain and are challenging when done slowly or at speed.I first saw these done by Mike Fitch at global bodyweight trainning systems.