Forearm Massage For The Back: Love your job but wondering how much longer you can do it?Learn to give a full body massage using your forearms as the primary tool. These techniques can be used for both deep tissue work and light circulatory massage. By using the forearms as the primary tool, students will be able to work deeper and longer with less wear and tear on the more fragile joints of the hands. The workshop will cover body mechanics, how to use body weight instead of muscular force to engage the tissue, speed of strokes, developing sensitivity in the forearms, and simple Qi Gong exercises for better posture while working. This 4-hour workshop will cover the back.
Forearm Massage - Side Lying position. Side-lying position is for much more than pre-natal massage. Therapists often treat the body as though it has two sides; a front and a back instead of a front, back, left and right side. It’s the muscles along the sides of the body that often give clients the most trouble. Side Lying Position to great for medical massage and working out pain in the shoulder and hips. It is also the best way to access the psoas and other vulnerable muscles. Learn techniques that will put your massage ahead of the pack. This 4-hour workshop will cover the inner and outer legs, hips, back, shoulders and neck.
Forearm Massage: Save Your Wrists, Thumbs and Career - This one day intensive will focus on the upper body and cover all beginning concepts of the Auth Method of Forearm Massage. This workshop will be held in Middletown, NY.