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- Release Date: 10/09/2007
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Healthy Massage, Part 2: The Back
Licensed massage therapist and teacher Rebecca Klinger introducers viewers to the tension and stress-relieving benefits of massage. From the three-part video set Massage Your Mate, Healthy Massage, Pt. 2: The Back provides step-by step instruction in how to give a proper massage using easy-to-follow Swedish massage and Shiatsu acupressure techniques. The film reveals the secrets of giving professional and enjoyable massage through the use of effective slow-motion photography. Techniques are appropriate for every member of the family. Other videos in this series include Healthy Massage, Pt. 1: The Scalp, Face, Neck and Chest and Healthy Massage, Pt. 3: The Legs and Feet. ~ Sally Barber, Rovi
Healthy Massage, Part 1: The Scalp, Face, Neck and Chest
Both Swedish massage and Shiatsu acupressure techniques are demonstrated and explained in this video. Viewers are shown how they can properly move their hands to bring relaxation and comfort to others. Special techniques are noted that will help target a tense or sore scalp, face, neck or chest. Discover more about how the human body is designed in order to begin giving more than just amateur massages. Also explains where the "trigger points" are that tend to respond well to fingertip pressure. Some viewers may be able to develop greater confidence in their abilities to quietly soothe a spouse or partner after watching this program. This video is part of a three-part series. ~ Elizabeth Smith, Rovi