” A Guide to Massage” has been devised and produced by Michael Gibbons, College Principal and Director, and highly experienced Massage and Bodywork Practitioner since 1991. This high quality, inspirational DVD, A Guide to Massage was originally designed for the students of the College of Classical Massage, however it has had such amazing feedback that we decided to share it for general use. It can be used for complete beginners to teach themselves massage, massage students and qualified practitioners alike, who will find this extremely useful to expand their massage skills and increase their massage repertoire. Techniques covered in this DVD include:
- Effleurage; petrissage; kneading; forearms; percussions; frictions.
Click here to view a sample of the back routine.
Click here to view a sample of the arm routine.
Click here to view a sample of the face routine.
Click here to view a sample of the chest and abdomen (male) routine.
Click here to view a sample of the foot routine.
Click here to view a sample of the abdomen (female) routine.
Click here to view a sample of the back of leg routine.
Click here to view a sample of the front of leg routine.
Routines covered in this DVD include:
- Back routine
- Face routine
- Front of leg routine*
- Back of one leg routine*
- Arm routine*
- Foot routine*
- Abdomen (female) routine
- Chest and abdomen (male) routine
* Please note for routines covering the limbs – we only show one side of the body being massaged.
- a professional massage therapist looking to update or increase your massage repertoire?
- a “lapsed” massage therapist who needs some reminders of massage routines and an increase in confidence levels?
- a complete beginner who wants to learn some massage techniques to use on their partner/friends/family?
Then this DVD is for you!!
Total running time 1 hour 50 minutes.
“Allow massage to be intuitive, creative, healing and fun. Like a chef preparing a good meal, allow your creative side to shine through!” Michael Gibbons
For more information or to purchase please visit “A Guide to Massage“.