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Upper Trapezius trigger point

Arguably one of the most common trigger points that you will come across as a massage therapist is the upper Trapezius trigger point.  It’s…

Started by Gordon J. Wallis

4 Dec 17, 2020
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Holographic Acupressure

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/gordon-wallis-a11b80175_holographic-acupressure-testimonialspinal-activity-6742264976200867840-h5hN

Started by Gordon J. Wallis

1 Dec 9, 2020
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Adding Hyperice to your practice

My practice is mainly pro athletes and post-injury recovery clients. I came across the company Hyperice last year and their percussion mass…

Started by Jake Walker

1 May 29, 2020
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Traveling for an Exclusive Client

I have an opportunity to fly out to work on a pro NFL player. (6'7 and close to 400lbs) Travel would be paid for as well as hotel. What wou…

Started by Hollis Harrison

10 May 23, 2020
Reply by Gordon J. Wallis

Need some help in selecting a Thai massage mat

Hi All: I wondered if anyone out there could recommend a Thai massage mat for me. Originally I was going to get the kit from Massage Wareho…

Started by Joyce Young

4 May 22, 2020
Reply by Jake Walker

Pfluger’s Law of Symmetry

Hmm, not much action on this website. I’m hunkered down at home, not working. Trying to avoid this virus thing. Anyway, basically all the t…

Started by Gordon J. Wallis

1 Apr 16, 2020
Reply by Gordon J. Wallis

Rhomboid Minor Help!?

Hi, looking for help with tricks to release the rhomboid minor? I have used a lot of my own but am falling short. Is there anything unique…

Started by Rachel

1 Mar 1, 2020
Reply by Laurie

Parkinson's and massage

Hello! I would like to hear from massage therapists who are having successful results massaging people with Parkinson's. I found success wh…

Started by Beth Kasten

0 Feb 27, 2020

Things To Ponder.......body connections.......a deviation of the norm.......edge of the bell curve

If you take a course or study Orthopedic massage, Medical massage, Rolfing, and others.  There is a great deal of emphasis on proper assess…

Started by Gordon J. Wallis

39 Feb 9, 2020
Reply by Gordon J. Wallis

HOT STONE

Hello to all, I am new to massageprofessionals chat. I am figuring this out, so my apologies if I not have the hang of it yet.  Anyway, I w…

Started by Lacy Owens

0 Feb 4, 2020

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