Massage with hot and cold stones full course.
In this course you will learn EUESPA's massaging with hot stones technique, that combines the best of the ancient art of massage with the properties of technical massage.
You will learn how to use the hot and cold volcanic stones, its geothermal properties, how to place the stones on energy points and how to perform a beneficial, anti-stress, full body massage.
This is a genuine shock treatment for stress, anxiety, insomnia and turn on the muscle comforting.
In this lesson we will learn which are the volcanic stones' properties, their use along history, and how Euespa combines the best of the ancient art of massage with technical massage.
In this lesson we will learn some recommendations before starting a massage, and some precautions to avoid damaging our clients.
In this lesson we will learn some considerations that apply to massaging in general, and massaging with stones in particular.
This is a quick test to check out your knowledge on the recommendations and precautions before applying the massage with hot and cold stones.
In this lesson we will learn the placing of the stones in prone position, this is, face down.
In this lesson we will learn how to work the back massage with the volcanic stones. This massage brings the recipient a deep relaxation.
In this lesson we will learn how to massage the legs while in prone position, which relieves tired legs and improves blood flow.
In this lesson we will continue to learn how to massage the legs while in prone position, which relieves tired legs and improves blood flow.
In this lesson we will learn to place the stones in supine position.
In this lesson we will learn how to massage the legs in supine position, which will make our client feel a comfortable feeling.
In this lesson we will learn how to massage the abdomen, which favours digestion and prevents liquid retention.
In this lesson we will learn how to massage the arms, which brings relief and relaxation to our recipient.
In this lesson we will learn how to massage the face, which is a specially delicate area.
I have been a masseur trainer at European Spa Training School – Euespa – since 1999, being at the time the youngest school director in Spain, and I have a wide and international experience on massage and spa techniques training.
I have been collaborating for the last nine years with Toni Bové, physiotherapist at Football Club Barcelona, designing together a functional bandaging course for Natura Masajes.
I obtained my massage teaching title at the Manual Massage School in Barcelona, with Dr. Sagrera, known for introducing the technical massage into Spain.
With the experience of more than 1000 students' trained, I have also long been a consultant for several cosmetics brands, such as Duaner Laboratories.