The Five Fast Tracks to Stellar Body Mechanics

At the end of a long day of giving massage, a practitioner should have enough energy to do the things they love in their free time. Using too much energy in your practice can make this difficult. In this special video presentation you’ll learn ways to transform the way you approach massage and bodywork. Beyond mere stances and posture, you will learn five keys to optimizing your therapeutic touch while avoiding injury and burnout- conserving your resources for a balanced life.
Eric Stephenson

Eric specializes in teaching Deep Tissue Massage that doesn't harm the therapist or the client. His workshops focus on saving your hands with his "No Thumbs!" approach & Core Body Mechanics that help prolong your career. He also serves as the Director of Education for Elements Therapeutic Massage, the second largest massage provider in the United States. He has presented at AMTA State and National conventions, the International Spa Association Conference, and Esthetique Spa International Shows. Eric is a regular contributor to Massage Magazine. In his spare time, he works on becoming the fifth member of Van Halen.


Website:
http://www.imassageinc.com

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