Fijian Massage is a deep tissue massage technique that has been evolving for generations on the Islands of Fiji. Lolita Knight learned this barefoot technique while living in the remote villages of Kadavu and in 1997 she further developed and began teaching it in the United States. Instructor Debbie DeNardo received her Fijian Massage training directly from Lolita Knight and is continuing these teachings as Lolita enjoys retirement.
Fijian To Go is a mobile adaptation of Fijian Massage requiring minimal equipment and supplies. It focuses on the back, shoulders, and gluteals and is great for sporting events, family settings, as well as your massage office. Therapists use different parts of their feet to effectively massage clients who are lying on the floor. It does not include walking on the client’s back.
All strokes can be performed while standing, sitting on a chair or sofa, or reclining on the floor. The weight of your leg gauges the pressure. No hands, arms or shoulders are ever used, making it truly a hands-saving technique that can add to your career longevity. In addition, most clients prefer the heel of the foot pressure over that of the elbow. This is a “feets-on” workshop with demonstration and practice.
|Fijian Barefoot Massage To Go - 4 CE hours||Portland, OR||
Saturday, January 25, 2020
2:00pm - 6:00pm
East West College of the Healing Arts
1515 Market Square Building
1515 SW 5th Ave., 4th Floor
Portland, OR 97201
$90 early registration, $100 after December 16th (includes $5 linen fee)
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