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Massage Therapy Tips 2: How to Give a Back Rub for Relaxation and Pain Relief

Massage Therapy Tips 2: How to Give a Back Rub for Relaxation and Pain Relief In this video, Kaia talks about how to give a back massage—what to do and what not to do—to give the best massage and to prevent your hands from getting tired and achy. She demonstrates technqiues that are perfect for everyone from massage therapists to amateurs who want to help their friend or partner. Kaia's tips are perfect for giving a massage that will help someone relax, unwind, and will ease any pain they are experiencing. This video deals mainly with the back, low back, hips, butt, sciatic and sciatica. Kaia Petin is a massage therapist with Personal Training Certification, 5 Element Shiatsu training, and CORE Rehabilitation Certification. She practices in Austin, Texas. Building on a lifelong interest in wellness and formal training in martial arts, exercise science, massage, and Chinese medicine, Kaia's massage therapy practice emphasizes individualized care and attention, techniques that promote ongoing health and wellness, and a professional, educational approach that helps clients integrate her bodywork services into their wider lifestyles. Visit Kaia's website at; www.kaiapetin.com This video was produced by Psychetruth http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth http://www.twitter.com/psychetruth http://www.facebook.com/psychetruth http://www.myspace.com/psychtruth ? Copyright 2011 Target Public Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. massage therapy "massage therapy" "massage technique" woman body detail "how to" instructional tutorial low back butt hips stiff sciatic sciatica "massagetips" "howtomassage" spine "back massage" video muscle tension relax spa relaxation swollen pain help psychetruth beauty austin kaia petin
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