Apply lotion in several steps, rather than all at once. Work unilaterally a little bit at a time. Sink in with your body weight. Feel as you're spreading the lotion around. Cross over body segments.
This section talks about different techniques when working with the shoulder. They include using a variety of strokes to work on the back and the individual vertebrae.
The therapist uses their hands to push and pull on the client's body to assess and stretch the muscles.
Do some work on the gluteals.
This section discusses how to properly work with the Erectors. Best to use your fingers to slide over the erectors and push them over the bone. Do not use cross-fiber strokes.
The video discusses how to improve back pain by stretching the latissimus dorsi muscle.
If you're going to be jostling people, do not jostle in the mid range. Take them to the end.
The Iliolumbar ligament attaches to the ilium and the lumbar vertebrae. Rotatores muscles are small muscles that attach to the lumbar vertebrae.
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This program demonstrates how to put together the specificities of individual strokes showing how to put them together into a fluid massage. This includes application of lotion, selecting the correct strokes, and understanding when it is time to work a different part of the body.
Length: 27 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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