This week I posted my new continuing education course, Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage.
I have worked on this course for years. The pilot for the course went great, and I am thrilled to finally see it up and available on Advanced Massage Techniques.
If you read my blog with any regularity, you know that I credit ashiatsu massage to long, happy massage career. I love the results I see with my clients and the reassurance that I can be a massage therapist as long as I want to be a massage therapist.
I discovered barefoot massage very early in my career. I have researched barefoot massage techniques and practiced barefoot work for years. It was the perfect modality fit for my clients and myself. I knew I had to share this modality with others, and I was pretty confident I could find a way to make this modality available to more people. I want other massage therapists to have long, happy careers and I think barefoot massage could be the answer for a lot of colleagues.
I invite you to visit Advanced Massage Techniques to learn more if you are interested in ashiatsu massage. I will answer your questions about whether you can safely and effectively learn this modality from home. You can find out about the requirements for the course and the benefits for you and your clients. The course is thorough . It is over 150 pages and includes photos, videos, and lots of fine details about how to integrate ashiatsu into your practice.
Have you have ever wanted to learn more about ashiatsu, but have not had the time or money to travel? Maybe you just want to see if barefoot massage may be something worth exploring further? This may be your opportunity.
As always, I love to talk to colleagues about questions or concerns. Feel free to contact me (see my email below).
Oh, and I have a new ashiatsu blog. This will be a place for all barefoot practitioners to talk about barefoot massage.