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Elizabeth Yon
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  • Buffalo Mills, PA
  • United States
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Which modalities do you practice?
Swedish Massage, Integrative Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Hot Stone, Craniosacral Therapy, Reiki, Pre-natal Pregnancy Massage, Myofascial Release, Chair Massage, Lymph Drainage, Energy Work

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At 11:57am on August 7, 2019, Margaret Miller said…

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At 3:42pm on October 26, 2009, Amanda K . Steach, Nctmb said…
Hi! Thanks for the tips ! The rods in her legs are along the femurs in both legs . But sidelying for her is very difficult so i never put her in that position. I have been looking into different classes but in my area there are so few . I have been cking youtube for different massage vids , being careful as such because some are not what they appear to be . Also , I use dual purpose from biotone which I love ! If needed , I simply add extra arnica oil to it but just a few drops . I found the essential oil for it on the web and love the stuff! But I am also aware this form of it is extremely potent and should be used with caution . Do you by chance have a list of vids and where to find them online? That would be so helpful! Thanks again for your advice !

At 11:58am on October 26, 2009, Shari Auth, LMT, L.Acu, NCBTMB said…
Hi Elizabeth, Yes you really can work the whole body using the forearms. I just finished making an instructional massage video demonstrating how to do this. It will be out in a couple of weeks (I will send you a note, when it's out), meanwhile the intro to the video is on just search under my name to find it. Good luck, shari auth
At 3:55pm on October 20, 2009, Amanda K . Steach, Nctmb said…
thanks for the info ! appreciate your help! and i will give that a shot and see if i can get a comfortable routine down that would suit . as an MT , i have many willing friends who would let me work on them ! but helping some of my community's elderly stay on their feet and be as active as they can is one of my goals. i don't have a vast knowledge of myofascial release , but nothing i can't look up or try to find out more about ! i also still have all my massage school notes and books with loads of stretches and techniques in them to put together a really good treatment plan for my client . i have also still to finish the homestudy course on hot stones. thanks again for your help !
At 2:47pm on October 20, 2009, Amanda K . Steach, Nctmb said…
hi , elizabeth ! thanks for the invite! but got one for you that i am in need of advice. i have an elderly lady in her 70's with rods in both legs and knees both have been operated on as well as her back . i have been doing just basic massage for her because her pain threshold is very low, and i'm not real comfortable with going in deep on her like when i work on a younger person . she suffers also with arthritis and diabetic to boot . i have also noted some swelling in the legs , especially at the ankles the worst . i don't know much on lymph drainage to really help there but hoping you may have some advice on how best to help her. thanks!
At 4:55pm on October 18, 2009, Amanda K . Steach, Nctmb said…
sorry it took so long to comment back , been at least a little more busy and with cold weather closing in here , have house repairs in need of being done too . but would to share some of your techniques on hot stone and how you tweaked it for the softening of scar tissue. i have over 7 regular clients that have large scars due to surgeries and accidents that could truly benefit from it !
At 5:51am on October 9, 2009, Amanda K . Steach, Nctmb said…
i have ideas of which way i would like to go because i don't think massage is just about relaxation . it's one of the best preventatives there is but also a way to help the body heal. i started a home study course in hot stones and hoping to get my ceus in that soon . i would like to specialize more in the medical side of massage rather than just the pampering side . maybe sports , not really sure.

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