Introduction.Forearm Strokes.Side Lying Techniques.Flowing Full Body Techniques.Emphasis On Elbow Movements.Deep And Superficial Soft Tissue Releases.Assess & Treat Congested Areas Of The Body.Learn Rhythmic Movements That Apply To All Levels.The Foot Work “dance” That Is An Integral Part Of The Massage.Full Body Massage For Pregnant Women & Side Lying Clients.Deep Release Of Physical, Emotional & Mental Blockages.Release Piriformis To Relieve Low Back & Sciatic Pain.Work With Neck And Shoulder Pain.Increase ROM.
Run Time 54 Minutes.Format DVD - Region 0, Plays Worldwide.
This DVD program demonstrates advanced Lomi Lomi techniques geared to professionals who are already familiar with the work - The Level 3 video (DVD) is much more than just an addition to Level 1 and 2 DVDs. Native Hawaiian Ken Ng, who, along with Tamara Mondragon and Lomi Lomi apprentice Christina Hagen, share methods used to massage the side of the body. The positioning of the body and the release techniques revealed here have been used for thousands of years by Hawaiians, yet are still relevant to modern day massage practice.Learn how to release the piriformis muscle to facilitate the relaxation of surrounding muscles that may be causing low back or sciatic pain. Feel confident as you help clients with neck and shoulder pain through work in the subscapularis to increase their range of motion and to unlock stiff joints. Learn how to safely offer a complete, full body massage to pregnant women and clients who may only be able to lay on their sides.Lomi Lomi is an ancient form of Hawaiian healing that utilizes movement therapy and guided meditation for a truly unique experience. Literally, the words “Lomi Lomi” themselves means to break up into small pieces, and one of the intentions of the Lomi Lomi technique is to find congested areas of the body and disperse them through rhythmic movements. With Lomi Lomi Massage, massage therapists will discover a wonderful blend of therapeutic strokes that together create the magical touch of the islands, known as “the dance of massage”. This form of massage can easily be combined with other modalities to enhance the body, mind and spirit connection essential for any kind of healing work. Included, but not limited to, are: forearm strokes, flowing full body techniques, both deep and superficial soft tissue releases and the foot work “dance” that is an integral part of the massage.