Many people think about hot stone massage as a session where they lay on their faces while some hot stones are placed on their backs. They think that they are paying for the therapist to take a break. They don’t realize that a hot stone massage is, in fact, a massage that is done with the hands and the stones.
This course explains the origins of hot stone massage and the many health benefits that it has. There is an entire section devoted to the different types of stones are used and what they are used for. Lists of equipment are available so you can get started right away. It is quite easy to incorporate hot stone massage into your routines; it just requires acquiring some equipment and doing some preparation. You do not need to have a huge room to do hot stone massage; the equipment can easily be placed on a small table or counter.
Ms. Bruder illustrates routines and specific stone placement for various issues. She shows how to get deeper pressure on the back by using gravity as your helper, which is useful in any situation. And, the routines presented will help save your body and hands!
Hot Stone Massage is still a trendy thing to do, so you have a built-in client base. Money is best made in niche markets; this type of massage definitely fits that bill. Some modalities cost a small fortune to practice, complete with expensive chairs and tables, specialized oils and lotions, and complicated routines.
Hot Stone Massage is not like that. Easy-to-find equipment (like an electric skillet, for example) and the small amount of space required makes this modality a fantastic addition to your treatments that you already have. For your clients that are governed by their chakras, this course has a section on appropriate placement of stones over the chakras and trigger points.
This modality is sure to get you more clients which equates to more money. This modality will be one that you’ll be glad you have in your arsenal!