Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Reflexology, Hot Stone, Pre-natal Pregnancy Massage, Myofascial Release, Chair Massage, Therapeutic Massage, Shiatsu, Trigger Point Therapy, Acupressure, Lymph Drainage, Aromatherapy, Medical Massage, Energy Work
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Thanks for hosting the trigger points group Monica. I know this isn't realistic, but I wish there was a way, without naming names, to tone down some members. Misuse of English makes comments difficult, if not impossible to read, and I find content too often questionable (this I suppose serves a purpose). Most importantly, it seems to me, and maybe it's just me, that we have a bully.
Please help me compile this information. I'd like more than a 1,000 if possible. Sure it is!
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Remember you do not have to answer all the questions and Page 2 is "optional". Page two is for those employed only, NOT Self Employed!The survey company automatically includes Page 2 and I was unable to edit or delete. SO it IS OPTIONAL!
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Future LMT's, educators, employers and anyone else interested in the statistics of the massage industry!
I want to give you a voice to share your thoughts and experiences.
I became interested in cupping when I was introduced to it by another therapist. She is taking the class in Oct and had a cupping kit and demonstrated it on me. It immediately made me think of a specific client that I have that has really tight neck and shoulders that I think it would help eleviate the problem. Plus it seems to be the "new" technique on the block and sounds really interesting to me.
I do mostly full body massages about 12-25 a week. I love it and am glad that I do this for a living. I also do stone therapy, I am training to be a doula and have assisted 4 women already, cranio sacral therapy, polarity and reflexology. I live in lower MI and rent a really cute room in a wellness cottage.
In Danville people don't know so match about massage, and I cant say what most popular... but most my clients ask for deep and smooth massage, also pain relief
My personal favorite technique is Seifuku-jitsu, its Acupressure with stretching and energy balance. I use anything what can help people and legal:)