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Massage Techniques

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Salonovations' Shiatsu Massage (Milady's Theory and Practice of Therapeutic Massage Web Tuto)
Erica Miller

Indispensable to massage therapists and a pleasure for individuals simply interested in feeling better through massage, this book tells the full story of the ancient art Shiatsu. You'll probe the history and theoretical foundations of Shiatsu, gain command of its methodologies and techniques, and see how Shiatsu and its associated products can be effectively marketed in salons to attract more business. 

A practical presentation of techniques will provide the Shiatsu students with a simple format to begin doing Shiatsu immediately with great results.



Kum Nye Relaxation: Movement Exercises
Tarthang Tulku

A Tibetan yoga massage technique for relaxation and meditation.

70 exercises and breathing techniques and sitting postures. contains more than 200 step by step exercises.




The Handbook of Chinese Massage: Tui Na Techniques to Awaken Body and Mind
Maria Mercati
The Handbook of Chinese Massage integrates classic tui na techniques with specific individual techniques to treat a wide variety of ailments.


After years of study in China, Indonesia, and Thailand, Maria Mercati has taken these separate techniques and combined them into a whole-body treatment.

The Handbook of Chinese Massage includes step-by-step instructions for each of the fifteen unique tui na techniques, many of which are unfamiliar to Western massage practitioners.

More than 100 color photographs and diagrams clearly show where to place your hands on the body and where to find the key meridians.



Chinese Tui Na Massage: The Essential Guide to Treating Injuries, Improving Health & Balancing Qi
Xu Xiangcai

An excellent, technically detailed reference, Chinese Tui Na Massage introduces an eastern physical therapy, which is a preventive health care regime utilizing acupoints, common Tui Na manipulations, and the practice of using Tui Na to treat a wide spectrum of diseases and conditions ranging from colds and headaches, to carpal tunnel syndrome and acute lumbar sprain. 

Chinese Tui Na Massage is a highly recommended addition to Eastern Medicine and Martial Arts reference collections and reading lists.



Hawaiian Lomilomi: Big Island Massage
Nancy S. Kahalewai

Hawaiian Lomilomi captures the traditional massage of the Hawaiian elders of the Big Island of Hawai'i. 

The circulatory techniques are combined with pule (prayer), la'au lapa'au (herbal medicine), and ho'oponopono (forgiveness of others and self) and living one's life in pono (balance and alignment with ke akua or spirit). 

It includes interviews with lomilomi kumu (teachers), some of which have already walked the rainbow (passed).



Understanding Sports Massage
Patricia J. Benjamin

Massage can enhance athletes’ conditioning and performance, reduce injury potential, and aid injury rehabilitation. Understanding Sports Massage offers comprehensive information on how to use massage in any sports setting and focuses on these topics:

• The theoretical basis for sports massage • Various applications of massage for athletes--restorative, event-related, and maintenance • Massage and adjunct techniques • The effects of each technique • Tips on giving massage • How to plan and give a massage • How to set up a sports massage program • Contraindications and cautions

Understanding Sports Massage will help athletic trainers, sports physical therapists, massage specialists, and other sports medicine professionals ensure the health and enhance the performance of their athletes.



Indian Head Massage 
Narendra Mehta

A wonderfully relaxing therapy that involves massage of the upper back, shoulders, neck, head and face. The massage is safe, simple to learn and effective. 

It can provide relief from aches and pains and stress symptoms, promote hair growth, soothe, comfort and rebalance your skin and give you a deep sense of calmness and tranquility.




Head, Neck and Shoulders Massage: 

A Step-by-Step Guide
Eilean Bentley


Eilean Bentley is trained in Indian head massage, shiatsu, reiki, acupressure and shamanism, and has combined elements of these disciplines in her unique approach. She teaches at adult education centers in London and treats patients in the detox unit of a National Health Service hospital.

The first book ever to bring Indian and Western techniques to head, neck and shoulder massage. Eilean Bentley's detailed program of massage for the shoulders, neck and head is a unique combination of therapies for the mind and body that relaxes, detoxifies, heals and revitalizes. 


Drawn from the traditions of Indian head massage, shiatsu, acupressure and reiki, Bentley's massages are both sophisticated and easy to use. 


Meditation and creative visualization guide and focus healing, and black & white or color photos detailing each step make this the prefect book for experienced and new massage enthusiasts alike.



Rosen Method Bodywork: Accessing the Unconscious Through Touch
Marion Rosen


"The body never lies" in the Rosen Method, and through touch, will reveal repressed feelings disguised as chronic pain. Once accessed, the patient can begin to process those feelings toward recovery. 


This book contains an explanation of the theory and practice of the Rosen Method along with case studies that show how specific disorders are successfully treated. 


Photos and illustrations are provided to further explore the philosophy and mechanics of this revolutionary therapy which addresses emotional and physical ailments through touch.




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