A high attention to detail is important to be successful in sports massage. I also feel my professional communication with clients and other practitioners assists with this process. It’s vital to get all the necessary facts about the client and follow up with them after each session. I also feel it’s important that I have experience in endurance training and racing to help with the rapport with my clients.
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Wonderful addition to my stones. These are absolutely perfect to use in my practice, and perfect sizes. I already have a few of the much larger sacral/abdomen stones in my current set, so all two large stones in this set are going to be great for massaging quads, glutes, and other larger areas. The toe stones will be great for toes and for facial stones as well. Nice quality, nice variety, really pleased. Reading these comments, I am seeing a lot of people who are not professionals using some potentially dangerous heating methods. Even as a LMT, you are required to go through extra training and certification to be covered by liability insurance. You NEVER want to use stones hotter than 145 degrees F. 125-135F is going to be a good range to work with. The qualities of basalt make it VERY VERY easy to cause SERIOUS burns if you don't know what you are working with. Leave it to the professionals, or at the very least watch a bunch of videos on techniques and safety.
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Hot stone massage is a specialty massage where the therapist uses smooth, heated stones to warm up tight muscles so he can work on pressure points and problem areas to alleviate tension and stress. Hot stones may either be placed on the body or used as an extension of the therapist's hands, which allows the therapist to work more deeply and more quickly.