Table Thai Yoga Massage~Seated & Side Lying Positions
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Table Thai Yoga Massage is a modern-day evolution and fusion of Traditional Thai Massage and Yoga. This instructional DVD presents Table Thai Yoga Massage in Side-Lying and Seated Positions, and includes Table Yoga Stretches for therapists' Self Care. Thai Yoga in the Side-Lying position releases resistance from the hips and shoulders, while Seated Position brings freedom and flexibility to the spine. At the heart of this and all therapies advocated by Heath and Nicole Reed, is the practice of "loving kindness". Loving Kindness is truly applied when all techniques "feel good to give, and feel good to receive." Experience simple, easy, and fun stretching therapies that may be performed as a standalone treatment or be integrated into any bodywork session.
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Gets into self-exercise for the massage therapist - good, but again - too long.
I then wondered "does this one show massage techniques for us practitioners to work on clients?"
Yes ! It finally got there. I haven't gotten through to the end yet. While I appreciate the focus on our own self-care (us massage therapists), it needs to open with an option of where a viewer wants to go. This one (as I recall) doesn't offer this and we are guided through and don't know the when or what - and have to watch it to find out. I feel it will eventually be a good value. Recall some of the techniques 'shown' are filmed from the 'wrong side' so we can't see what the technique or or what the hand/body is actually doing. I feel these folks are new at creating a DVD of this quality or type - as well, their enthusiasm and integrity is very impressive and offsets most of the annoying aspects; they want to offer useful and healing techniques as well as emphasize how important it is to take care of our own body(ies) while we focus on the well-being of others. They mean very well and their hearts in in the right place - for sure. I haven't gotten to the chair part yet. Overall, one can't go wrong with this one - it is just a bit rough around the edges as these kinds of DVDs go - and that appears to be a lack of experience and/or the lack of professional video makers.
I will buy more from Nicole and Heath Reed
The narrator gives great detailed comments. I can't wait to include many parts of the routine into my own massage protocol!