Different types of massage – C

Chair Massage- David Palmer was the person who created the concept of doing chair massage.  warnings: risk of vaso-vagul response increases
Massage Nerd: 100+ Chair Massage Techniques (DVD)

Chi Nei Tsang-   Holistic approach to Massage, treating the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects.  Most of the bodywork is done on the abdomen, to optimize the functioning of the internal organs.
Book Resource:
Chi Nei Tsang: Internal Organ Chi Massage by Mantak Chia

Connective Tissue Massage/Bindgewebs massage Developed by Elizabeth Dicke of Germany.  Technique consists of light strokes focusing on the superficial fascia between the skin and muscles. The tissue is hooked with the fingers of the therapist and dragged or pulled, stretching the skin.  No oil is used and the work often leaves a mark somewhat like an abrasion or burn.  Working in one area of the body causes a related effect at another area.

Continuum– Developed by Emile Conrad based on her background in movement and dance. Continuum has been successful in working with paralysis and spinal cord injuries.  Her system takes into account that the body is 80% water and has emerged from the undulating, watery environment of the embryo. From this she developed a method of movement based on the wave-like movement of the water flowing through our bodies. The method focuses on intrinsic felt movement, not imposed patterned movement. Using breath, movement, sound and meditation,  the participant is able to get in touch with their own cranial wave.
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