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The Complete Body Massage Course: An…

The Complete Body Massage Course: An Introduction to the Most Popular…

by Nicola Stewart

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With 75 treatments for general well-being and beyond, The Complete Massage Course really lives up to its name. Fifteen of the most popular therapies appear in step-by-step color photographs, along with detailed instructions and introductions that explain their philosophy, purpose, benefits, possible contraindications, and related applications. Icons indicate how long each one will take, what to wear, what (if any) oils to use, and what conditions it relieves. In addition, dozens of others receive more concise coverage, and a fully cross-referenced Symptoms Index provides fuss-free, easy guidance.

Massages include:

Swedish  *  Shiatsu  *  Thai  *  Reflexology  *  Indian Head  *  Tui Na  *  Acupressure  *  Ayurvedic  *   Plus: massages for pregnancy, babies, partners, sports injuries, and more.

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With step-by-step colour photographs, this title details 15 of the most popular massage therapies including Swedish, Thai, Shiatsu and Indian Head Massage, enabling the beginner to learn the principles and philosophies of each one.

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