I remember when I first started school to become a massage therapist how in awe I was at the myriad ways my hands could be used as tools. I was also amazed at how not only my hands, but my forearms, elbows, and fingers (as well as a knee once in a while) could be used to massage a client.
As I gained more practical experience in massage, I began to see how natural massage was. It seemed to me that parts of our body just “fit” with other body parts. For example, make a fist with your hand and glide it down the sole of your foot. There’s a natural fit there. If you put your hands side-by-side with the palms down and with one thumb overlapping the other thumb you get a perfect fit over someone’s calf muscle. A loose fist naturally glides down the side of one’s neck to the tip of the shoulder.
There’s a reason massage has been around for centuries. It works! Will it solve every physical or mental issue? Absolutely not! But massage can be a natural fit for many people. If you would like to see if massage is a natural fit for you, please contact me by calling 812-264-5482 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you!