Effortless Chair Massage

People who find chair massage hard to perform haven’t realized that massage done in the chair requires a totally different approach to that done on a table. The truth is chair massage is only hard on your body when you do it wrong. In this presentation Eric Brown will dispel the myths that chair is hard on your hands and that it cannot be done deeply or effectively. He’ll review eight body use principles that will revolutionize the way you work through clothing and that will allow you to do chair massage comfortably, effectively and safely.

Eric Brown

Eric Brown, known by many as the Grand Massage Poobah, has trained thousands of therapists at massage therapy colleges and through conference workshops. This noted massage business expert and founder of BodyworkBiz writes for massage journals internationally and is the author of the number one bestseller 60 Clients in 60 Days. He is a co-founder of World Massage Conference and Massage Therapy Radio. He has pioneered chair massage in Canada and has worked for a multitude of companies including IBM, Dell, Kelloggs, Levi Strauss, Amex, major hospitals, banks, law firms and financial institutions.


Website:
http://bodyworkbiz.com

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