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(Music Playing) This is part two of the full body massage. Start with a side to side motion with you hand right above the pubic bone. Keep your hand flat so you do not poke into the skin. (Demo) Then go the right leg, use a double hand motion. (Demo) You can see here quite good how the motion comes from the shoulders, (Demo) And the hands are more or less just leading the body but, give the body at the same time enough space so that he could move side to side. (Demo) Never force those movements. After you done the leg, come back up to the hip, (Demo) Or back to center, (Demo) And then, start on the left leg. You can also do the same motion from the other side of the table, if you prefer that. (Demo) The main thing is when you switch between the sides of the table, that you always keep good contact with person and you keep the motion going, (Demo) And try to keep the push and the pull even. (Demo) Then, come back to the top of the leg and use alternate motion, (Demo) On both legs, (Demo) This is kind of connecting the two legs together. You first, do the side to side motion on each leg separately and then you kind of connect the legs together. In that way, you get a good translation of the motion into the lower back. (Demo) Then, you come back to the center. Keep both hands on the belly and then go to one side, (Demo) Go back down to the hip. Come up to the rib cage, (Demo) This motion in the mid section should translate to both sides all the way down to the toes and also up to the head. (Demo) Here you can see when I switch sides, I still try to keep the motion going. (Demo) For people who are a little bit shorter, they should probably do the side to side motion all the way up to the shoulders and change the sides when they are up at the shoulder level. (Demo) And, I placed my hand on the sternum, (Demo) And use a side to side motion on the sternum which you can see, translates very well into the neck and head area. And with my other hand, I try to translate that same motion into the arm. (Demo) This works really good for tightness in the shoulder and lower neck area. (Demo) And side to side motion on both shoulders, (Demo) And I switch side again. (Demo) Go back to the middle, (Demo) And do the chest and the arm simultaneously. (Demo) You see on the arm, it is almost like rolling doe, (Demo) And again, you see the nice translation into the lower neck and head area. (Demo) Both shoulders again, (Demo) Lower neck area, (Demo) And now, I switch to the top of the table, (Demo) I cradle the head, (Demo) And round with my fingers up and down the neck, (Demo) While pushing the head from side to side. Do this very gently so that the person, As soon as you see the person tens up, you need to go slower and lighter. (Demo) Now, connecting the arms together, (Demo) Come back to the sternum, (Demo) And I sometimes use an alternating motion on the sternum and right above the pubic bone. (Demo) This is mainly to release the spine, (Demo) Now, I go back down to the legs, (Demo) You should see at this point that they, The legs move a lot more freely and you see the motion translating much more into the upper body and neck area even when you are just working on the legs, (Demo) I finish up with the side to side motion right above the pubic bone, (Demo) And then gradually, slow down the pace, (Demo) Until the body naturally comes down to a halt. (Demo) What I usually do after this massage technique, I go down to the bottom end of the table and hold the person right at the ankles, (Demo) It is a solid contact but it is not a tight grip. This is just to, This just helps the person to get grounded. (Music Playing)
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