Let me guess: You care about your clients. (Or at least you used to.) But something is missing in your work. You no longer look forward to your sessions like you used to. This sound familiar?:
- Your body feels like it is betraying you.
- You feel distracted while you work.
- You give a good massage but you want to take your work to the next level.
Whatever you are facing, I can help.
Pour Don't Push will show you how to be a happier and more effective massage therapist.
I have worked with hundreds of therapists, and we all have one thing in common: we work harder than we need to. We use our upper body more than we should (and our lower body less than we should), and we get stuck in counterproductive habits. Then we ache and get frustrated. We try to push our clients to get better. And then we get caught in a cycle of strain and injury and boredom and burnout. I want to change that.
Pour Don't Push offers you an alternative: let me show you how to pour, instead of push. Let me help you rediscover your most powerful—and most often forgotten—tools: your body weight and your breath.
In this course you will get over eight hours of compelling video instruction, professionally filmed by the wonderful director Rubidium Wu. And a comprehensive written manual. With this combination of video and text, I offer you detailed, step-by-step guidance in how to implement what I call "the pouring principle," your key to using your body and breath in every session you give.
By paying attention to your own body—while you pay attention to your client—you can reinvent your work. You can do all the same wonderful strokes and styles and techniques that your client's love, but get out of the ruts and counterproductive habits you are stuck in. I build upon the good work you are already doing, and infuse your career with greater ease and greater satisfaction. When you learn the pouring principle, you can give the client whatever they need, and take care of yourself at the same time.
It is possible to be a happy and healthy massage therapist. It is possible to feel focused and free as you work. By making simple changes, you can feel happy in your own body and brain and breath, while you help your client feel happy in theirs.