IMPROVE YOUR MASSAGE TECHNIQUE with this collection of easy to learn, well illustrated methods
ADD STRETCHING TO YOUR MASSAGE with specific stretches shown for the beck, chest, and other areas
GET TECHNIQUE TIPS FROM AN EXPERT with important suggestions for improving results when working on the neck, shoulders, back
LEARN LEWIS CIRCLES that help maintain the results of your session!
Product description PAUL LEWIS TEACHES DYNAMIC INTEGRATIVE MASSAGE TECHNIQUES Are you looking for fresh, innovative techniques for your patients or friends who suffer from back, head, neck or shoulder pain, tension and stress? This thorough and comprehensive demonstration and training DVD by Paul Lewis features valuable, up to date techniques to augment your preferred massage treatment methods. Enjoy step-by-step guidance for massage therapy students and professionals, while learning from a leading, internationally known Canadian massage professional with worldwide teaching experience! While it includes a variety of techniquest to enhance a massage, this DVD will emphasize the use of Dynamic Angular Petrissage, making a classic massage technique new again as it is applied with new perspective and direction. Improve the effectiveness of your core massage techniques with this advanced approach, also known as DAP! FORMATTED FOR MASSAGE THERAPY PRACTICE AND LEARNING This DVD can be used in sections, which are organized to ensure ease of use and applicability. Instructor and RMT Paul Lewis demonstrates a variety of reparative therapies, focusing on the upper limbs, head/neck/shoulders, abdominals and back. ABOUT PAUL LEWIS Lewis is best known for his use of Dynamic Angular Petrissage, a powerful, safe and effective technique that requires little physical effort on part of the therapist. Using DAP, one can continually assess the client’s response to treatment, gauging range of motion, tissue pliability, mobility, texture, tone, tenderness and temperature while treating. Using DAP furthermore enhances the therapist’s awareness of his or her own posture and body mechanics.