For today's #2sdayTOESday tip, I want you to go back and read your massage instruction workbooks and manuals!!!! If you were in a FasciAshi class, go back and read what you wrote. Or go find your notes from one of your favorite CE classes. Try to make sense of your mindset from class and revisit that moment in time - mixed with what you've learned since then.
June is a HUGE training month - so much that it's gonna take 2 posts to cover it!!! These are the classes that are not scheduled back-to-back with another class (that will be on the next graphic!!) So don't miss these beginner-level trainings in Colorado, Florida, North Carolina, Washington, Oregon, & Texas!
We line em’ up, knock em’ down 👉🏼@NCashiatsu. Friday and Saturday Julie will be teaching a group of massage therapists how to massage with their feet. Interested in being a workshop client and participating in future classes?!? You gotta see our pros first! If Ityra, Tasha and Sarah say you are appropriate for our classes then you get promoted to #ELITE status and get notified of upcoming classes to sign up to receive $20 ashiatsu massages in our barefoot workshops!! 👣👣
WHAT?!?! 😳🤯😱 Yep! But you gotta be a current client. So get to gettin’, schedule an appointment with one of our barefoot pros @npbtmassage & ask about our work shop client program. 🙌🏼🤜🏽
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Fijian Barefoot Deep Tissue massage training at the Southwest FSMTA Chapter with Barefoot Masters Instructor Michelle Mace. Want to see more? Follow Us😊
Massage therapists instantly understand the pressure and leverage benefits Ashiatsu offers for the practitioner when they massage with their feet versus their hands, but incase you needed more motivation, here are some reasons why we like to use bigger tools such as our heel, toes, arches - even ankles and calves in FasciAshi! #iloveashiatsu