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Val Guins Forearm Dance Essentials Massage Video On DVD
Val Guins Forearm Dance Essentials Massage Video On DVD

Val Guins Forearm Dance Essentials Massage Video On DVD

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Learn The Essentials Of The Forearm Dance.
If You Already Have The Forearm Dance DVD, This Will Fill In The Gaps With Regards To How To Use Your Body More Effectively When Performing Those Techniques.
You'll See Both Men And Women Working On A Wide Variety Of Body Shapes And Sizes.

Basics Include 
  Proper Body Mechanics
  Stance
  Strokes
  Techniques
Learn To Use The Forearm As Your Only Tool.
Foundation Exercises Include
  Essential Exercises For Forearm Dance
  Horse Stance
  Creating And Maintaining The Flow Of Chi
  Create Chi Through Movement
  Table Lunge
  Move From Your Feet, To Your Pelvis, To Your Tool
  Forearm Hook
  Shift Your Weight Pushing From Your Back Leg
  Draping
  Conservative Draping
  Secondary Folds
  Secure Drape With Yin Hand
  Undrape Anterior Leg
  Undrape Posterior Leg
  Undrape Abdomen
  Drape Chest
  Breathing
The Moment You Lift Your Pelvis You Will Feel Your Forearm Hook.
The Importance Of Breathing
  Place Tongue To Upper Palate
  Breathe Into Your Lower Abdomen
  Inhale To The Back Of The Throat & Draw The Energy Back
Exhale, Push Forward.
Activate Adductors.
Neutral Shoulder & Neck.
Retractions: Stick ‘em Up, With Scarf Or Band.
More, Which Will Increase Strength And Prevent Injury.
The Exercises Are Designed To Be Simple Yet Dynamic And Easily Applied To Your Own Life.
Learn Spa Suggestions And Self-care.
Client And Student Demos Include
  Val Demonstrating And Explaining Her Technique On A Client
  Instructing Alongside A Student
  Hands-on And Verbal Guidance
In The Recap, Val Performs Her Forearm Dance I Essentials Program With Music.

Run Time: 2+ Hours. Format: DVD - Region 0, Video Plays Worldwide
Learn the Essentials of the Forearm Dance from the creator of the successful Forearm Dance Massage Series, Val Guin. Based on the popularity of her seminar, Forearm Dance I Essentials, Val produced this DVD so that you can learn her foundation techniques, and continue to use these skills in her 2nd video, The Forearm Dance. If you already have that DVD, this will continue to fill in the gaps with regards to how to use your body more effectively when performing those techniques. Give an effective, satisfying massage with the depth your clients are looking for, all through the use of the Forearm as your tool. Val's mission: Create A Stronger Practice, Create A Stronger Life! Enjoy The Dance!

In this DVD, you'll see both men and women working on a wide variety of body shapes and sizes. She teaches Foundation Exercises, which includes: Neutral Shoulder, Neutral Neck, Retractions, The Use of scarf for isometrics, Adductor Activations, and many more, all which will increase strength and prevent injury. The exercises are designed to be simple yet dynamic and easily applied to your own life. The Basics include: Proper body mechanics, stance, strokes and techniques giving the practitioner a foundation to use the Forearm as your only tool. Learn draping, spa suggestions and self-care. Client and Student Demos include: Val demonstrating and explaining her technique on a client, and also instructing alongside a student, offering hands-on and verbal guidance. In the recap, Val performs her Forearm Dance I Essentials program with music.

“Are you just beginning in your career or have you been working for decades? Whether you’re building a new practice or trying to break bad habits, you can use my Forearm Dance® Massage techniques to strengthen your foundation. Do you think posture is secondary? To me it’s essential, it’s primary. Good posture and body mechanics along with the appropriate use of tools helps us last and stay energized - both in the massage business and in life. The more you integrate Forearm Dance into your work, the younger you’ll feel. Whether you’re a practitioner in your 20’s or your 60’s you can still do Forearm Dance! - Val

Reviews

'After just one year of being a full time massage therapist at a spa, I began feeling tendonitis in my forearms, tightness in my shoulders, and soar thumbs. I knew I had a gift and wanted to help others but I couldn’t continue hurting my own body. With my Forearm Dance skills, I confidently know that I can be with and help clients from the most sensitive fascia, to the most dense and tight fascia, without sacrificing my own body. Forearm Dance is absolutely brilliant! It’s rare to find a teacher with such incredible skill, wisdom, and a presence who is willing and wanting to share this with other practitioners.' - Nami, Spa and Private Practice Massage Therapist

'Spa and Private Practice Massage Therapist When faced with the reality of seeing 20 or more clients per week, I found myself with sore hands, tight forearms, and ultimately a shoulder injury. Working with Val and integrating the Forearm Dance into every session I give has allowed me not only to overcome my injuries, but also to find greater openness and freedom in my body as a whole. With each Forearm Dance class I take or assist, I add new layers to my understanding and knowledge. Where I once sacrificed my own wellbeing to give a client the desired pressure, I now have the tools to effectively satisfy my clients while actually improving my own wellbeing. Val has taught me to use my entire body, from feet, through pelvis and up and out through my chest and arms, to lift and open the stagnant tissue in my clients, instead of smashing it downwards, creating a virtuous circle of energy and release.' - Debra, Massage Therapist Sports Club LA

'As a therapist, my body thanks you! I was amazed at how much energy I had. The energy generating techniques that Val taught us and the nature of the Forearm Dance itself, is tremendous in allowing a massage therapist to work far and beyond the usual limitations. I think that this technique will be invaluable to body workers and extremely efficacious to clients!' - Milly, Spa and Private Practice Massage Therapist
Val Guin is an internationally-known, certified massage therapist who has been doing bodywork for over 25 years. She is a founding member of the Santa Monica Center of Healing Arts where she maintains a private practice. Val is the Executive Director of the IPSB (Institute of Psycho Structural Balancing), California College of Massage and Bodywork in California, which features the IPSB Massage Technique.

Learning is exciting with Val, a gifted teacher who is frequently invited to present seminars and instruction at AMTA and other massage training events. The intuitive nature of her massage technique is reflected in the visual style of the FOREARM DANCE DVD, which enhances the quality of the learning experience.

After suffering severe injuries in her back and arm after being hit by a drunk driver, Val created Forearm Dance as a self-healing and practitioner-friendly form of massage. Val’s objective? Help you to save your hands and strength, keep your clients coming back for more and extend your massage career by using your forearm and olecranon (elbow) as a tool.

Val Guin’s Forearm Dance was written and produced by Ohana Productions Inc., founded by Val Guin and her daughter Natiya Guin. Ohana is the Hawaiian word for ‘family’, meaning “parents, their children and those they cherish”. The mission of Ohana Productions is to create instructional video programs to help people cope with and find freedom from stress and pain. Val, Natiya and team “Ohana” are also setting a new standard of responsibility in instructional massage programming and production. In order to reduce waste and promote recycling of manufactured goods the duo developed an 80% recycled packaging.

A portion of the proceeds from purchases of Forearm Dance are donated to the non-profit, charitable organization, Share Our Strength.

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