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Massothérapeute Diplômé/Massage Therapist

Alan graduated from Healing Hands and the Vancouver School of Bodywork & Massage in 2008. Upon certification in spa therapy and advanced acupressure chair massage, a quest to elevate the ancient art of massage ensued and so begun his journey. He specializes in gravity assisted barefoot massage plus advanced deep tissue (techniques for neck and shoulder). Like father, like son the gift of healing restores balance for clients proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise. He has achieved the highest standard of elite training in Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy®-Mastery Level and is the first LMT practicing Fijian Barefoot Massage Canada Wide. LMT Alan Michael Wong Massothérapeute Diplômé RMQ M-395 alanmichaelwong.com Alan is a seasoned professional working in Montreal, Canada. Languages spoken are English and French. Receipts available upon request.

Sport Hamstring Hip Lower Back Shoulder Knee Ankle Injury Massage Cure – Master Tiong

A truely Amazing Unbelievable and Miraculous Recovery Professional sport person who suffer from Chronic Sport Injury such as Hamstring, quad, Groin, Hip and Calf Strain, Lower Back Pain, Knee and Ankle Pain, Shoulder and Neck Pain, Tennis and Golfer Elbow can easily be treated with Wuchu Muscle Detox and return to full fitness with in a short recovery time. Wuchu Muscle Detox Technique is a Healing System that will allow you to achieve full recovery from all musclular injury and pain. Drug and Surgery Free. It had been claim as miraculous unbelievable and amazing. It is evolved from (Dit-Da) Shaolin Wuchu Chuan Kung Fu Healing Art and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Master Tiong is the founder of this System. He is globally known as The Bamboo Healer / Kung Fu Doctor. Master Tiong appears munerous times on prime time TV current Affair program in Australia view by millions

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Alan Michael Wong (MT) Massage Therapist: Alan graduated from Healing Hands and the Vancouver School of Bodywork & Massage in 2008. Upon certification in spa therapy and advanced acupressure chair massage, a quest to elevate the ancient art of massage ensued and so begun his journey. He specializes in gravity assisted barefoot massage plus advanced deep tissue (techniques for neck and shoulder). Like father, like son the gift of healing restores balance for clients proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise. He has achieved the highest standard of elite training in Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy®-Mastery Level and is the first MT practicing Fijian Barefoot Massage (Sports) Canada wide. LMT Alan Michael Wong Massothérapeute Diplômé RMQ M-395 alanmichaelwong.com Alan is a seasoned professional working in Montreal. Languages spoken are English and French. Receipts available upon request.

How to Give a Sports Massage for the Lower Body: Massage Therapy Techniques : Pt. 2: Stretching the Leg: Sports Massage Therapy Techniques

Part 2 – Learn how to stretch the legs using sports massage therapy techniques to prevent injury, & raise athletic muscle performance – free massage therapy video.

How to Give a Lower Body Sports Massage : More Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Lower Legs

Learn more ways to give a lower leg sports massage using physical therapy techniques to prevent injury, and raise athletic muscle performance in thisfree massage therapy video. Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

Harry How – Sports Photographer – Part 2

As a sports photographer for Getty Images, Harry How has worked most of the major events in sports: Super Bowl, the Masters, Olympics, and playoffs of every other sport. In Part 2 of our visit with Harry, you get a real look at the gear he carries to get the shots, that get the money. And if you want to get into this profession, pay close attention. Go to photoinduced.com for more photo info.

How to Give a Lower Body Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Lower Legs

Learn how to give a lower leg sports massage using physical therapy techniques to prevent injury, and raise athletic muscle performance in thisfree massage therapy video. Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

How to Give a Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques for the Quads

Learn how to give a sports massage for the quads in thisfree massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury and warming up muscles. Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

How to Give a Sports Massage for the Lower Body: Massage Therapy Techniques : Using Friction: Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Lower Body

Learn how to use friction & other lower body sports massage therapy techniques to raise athletic muscle performance – free massage therapy video.

How to Give a Sports Massage : Finding Injuries in the Deltoid Muscles Using Sports Massage Therapy

Learn how to use trigger point massage techniques to find injuries in the deltoid muscles in thisfree massage therapy video clip. Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

How to Give a Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques for the Abdominals

Learn how to give a sports massage for the abs in thisfree massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury and warming up muscles. Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

How to Give an Upper Body Sports Massage : Stretching the Shoulders in a Sports Massage

Learn how to stretch the shoulders and specific massage techniques for shoulders in this free sports massage video guide for athletes and massage therapists.Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

How to Give a Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques for the Arms

Learn how to give a sports massage for the arms in thisfree massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury and warming up muscles. Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

How to Give a Massage: Techniques of Sports Massage Therapy : Sacrum & Hips: Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques

Learn how to give a sports massage for the sacrum & hips in this free massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury.

How to Give an Upper Body Sports Massage : Techniques for Working the Spine in a Sports Massage

Learn how to relieve back pain along the spine and techniques used to work the spine during a massage in this free how-to video on giving a sports massage.Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

Eden Therapy and Massage Sports Massage

We offer all sorts of professional therapies, including Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, Sports massage, Hot Stone, Neuromuscular Therapy Couples Massage and Pregnancy massage. We have custom made pregnancy tables that allow expectant mothers to lay on their stomachs, without causing harm.

How to Give a Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy Techniques

Get an overview of sports massage therapy techniques, like PNF or isometric stretching, in this free “how to give a massage” video clip.Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

How to Give a Lower Body Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for Knees

Learn how to give a lower body sports massage for the knees, using physical therapy techniques to prevent injury in thisfree massage therapy video. Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

How to Give a Massage: Techniques of Sports Massage Therapy : Preventing ACL Injury: Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques

Learn how to give a sports massage for preventing ACL injury in this free massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques.

How to Give a Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques for the Pectorals

Learn how to give a sports massage for the pectoral muscles in thisfree massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury and warming up. Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

How to Give a Lower Body Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Upper Leg

Learn how to give an upper leg sports massage using physical therapy techniques to prevent injury, and raise athletic muscle performance in thisfree massage therapy video. Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

How to Give a Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques for the Hamstrings

Learn how to give a sports massage for the hamstrings in thisfree massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for warming up muscles. Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

How to Give a Lower Body Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Calves

Learn how to give a sports massage for the calves using physical therapy techniques to prevent injury, and raise athletic muscle performance in thisfree massage therapy video. Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

How to Give a Sports Massage for the Lower Body: Massage Therapy Techniques : Pt. 1: Stretching the Leg: Sports Massage Therapy Techniques

Part 1 – Learn how to stretch the leg muscles using sports massage therapy techniques to prevent injury, & raise athletic muscle performance – free massage therapy video.

How to Give a Lower Body Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Quadriceps

Learn how to give a quadriceps sports massage using physical therapy techniques to prevent injury, and raise athletic muscle performance in thisfree massage therapy video. Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

How to Give a Sports Massage for the Lower Body: Massage Therapy Techniques : Unassisted Stretches: Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Lower Body

Learn how to use stretching & other sports massage therapy techniques to prevent injury, & raise athletic muscle performance – free massage therapy video.

How to Give a Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques for Knee Injuries

Learn how to give a sports massage for the knees in thisfree massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury. Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

How to Give a Massage: Techniques of Sports Massage Therapy : Wrist & Elbow: Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques

Learn how to give a sports massage for the wrist & elbow in this free massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury to baseball players.

How to Give a Lower Body Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Feet

Learn how to give a foot massage using physical therapy techniques to prevent injury, and raise athletic muscle performance in this free massage therapy video. Expert: Cherie Krieger Bio: Cherie Krieger has been a registered massage therapist for five years and a state certified massage therapist instructor for one year. Filmmaker: Dana Glover

How to Give a Sports Massage for the Lower Body: Massage Therapy Techniques : Using the Fist: Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Lower Body

Learn how to give a lower body sports massage using the fist, & other massage therapy techniques, to raise athletic muscle performance – free massage therapy video.

How to Give a Massage: Techniques of Sports Massage Therapy : Biceps & Triceps: Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques

Learn how to give a sports massage for the biceps & triceps in this free massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury & warming up muscles.

Exploring the Different Massage Therapy Benefits

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A massage is known to help us relax from the various stresses and strains that you can experience during the day.

As the masseuse talks with about the problems that are occurring to your body and affecting your health, the type of massage therapy benefits that you can expect will be revealed as the various forms of massage are discussed with you.

By using various massage techniques the medical massage therapy can bring relief for problems like Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, cardiac problems, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and others.

These massage therapy benefits include the muscles being readied for the strain of childbirth, any swelling that occurs in the hands and feet becoming reduced.

While a massage is great for the pregnant mother there are other forms of massage that are excellent for sports people.

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How to Give a Sports Massage for the Lower Body: Massage Therapy Techniques : Using Pressure: Sports Massage Therapy Techniques for the Lower Body

Learn how to give a lower body sports massage with pressure techniques to prevent injury, & raise athletic muscle performance – free massage therapy video.

How to Give a Massage: Techniques of Sports Massage Therapy : Rhomboid Muscles: Finding Injuries Using Sports Massage Therapy Techniques

Learn how to use trigger point massage techniques to detect injuries in the rhomboid muscles in this free sports massage therapy video clip.

How to Give a Sports Massage : Sports Massage Therapy & PNF Stretching Techniques for Back Massages

Learn how to give a back massage in this free sports massage therapy video clip, with PNF stretching techniques for preventing injury and warming up muscles.Expert: Jean Hurley Bio: Jean Hurley is a massage therapist at Siegels Day Spa. She has been licensed and certified in massage therapy for 10 years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

Sports Massage – An Athletes Tale

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For years I followed a basic regime and set out my own training schedule to target a particular run, however it wasn’t until I started using sports massage that I realised I’d been missing an important element in my training that soon raised my standard quite considerably.

Sports massage uses a number of specialised techniques and has helped my performance and hopefully prevented a lot of injuries.

It also helped me overcome a particularly painful calf muscle injury I suffered a few years ago.

Some injuries do need specialist treatment from a doctor or physiotherapist and a good sports massage therapist will advise you of this, but for day-to-day niggles, aches and pains sports massage is definitely the way to go.

Also, as I’m not a professional athlete and can’t afford (and probably don’t need) a coach or full-time physio, I find sports massage to be a cost I can bear and a therapy that I can benefit from.

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Sports and Fitness Courses

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Even though some other degrees can lead you to a sports and fitness career, there are still some sure shot sports and fitness courses that will help you be successful in a sports and fitness field.

A degree in sports management will provide you the business knowledge you need to apply in the sports business world.

Having a degree that is accordance with exercise and physiology will give you an advantage in the fitness community and can get you accepted for certain fitness positions.

With an exercise and physiology degree, you can be a personal trainer, team trainer or doctor, a sports nutritionist and so on.

Other sports and fitness courses also include diploma of fitness, diploma of sport, and diploma of remedial massage.

Many of ACNT’s fitness courses are unique in that they offer dual qualifications bringing together qualifications from two nationally recognized training packages.

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Deep Tissue Massage Techniques on Neck and Upper Body Massage neck, trapezius, neck muscles

DVD12 at: http://www.medicalmassagedvds.com – This DVD #12 and other DVDs and ceu courses are available for purfchase at: http://www.medicalmassagedvds.com. Boris Prilutsky demonstrates medical massage techniques for the Neck and Upper Body in this Part 1 demonstration. Visit our site at http://www.medicalmassagedvds.com for more information. Thanks!

7 Steps to a Perfect Sports Massage

By Bodytech Sports and Massage Therapy Clinic  Stoke on Trent

Step1

  • Massage all of the suffering muscles. The muscles employed during the sport should be concentrated on during a sports massage.

Step2

  • Begin gently. Warm the muscular tissues up by kneading them gently. You’ll be able to then apply heavier stoking motions when the muscles are accustomed the pressure.

Step3

  • Work the muscles. Kneading motions utilize deep pressure about the muscles and assist them to fortify and mend.
  • Step4
  • Uphold the pressure. Whilst rendering a sports massage, you should keep implementing substantiated pressure along the full muscle to allow for it to fully benefit from the sports massage.

Step5

  • Use rotary motions. Massaging the muscles in a circular apparent movement is advantageous since the trend facilitates to reach every surface area of the muscle.

Step6

  • Give massages frequently. In order to mend traumas, increase tractability and get rid of lactic acid, a sports massage had better be given frequently. Gentle rubs down could be applied each day and deep massages ought be performed at the least once a month.

Step7

  • Recover. After giving a light rub down, the athlete could get back to the field of play almost straightaway. Whenever you use deep techniques, the muscular tissues need to take a day to recover.

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Deep Tissue Massage Techniques with Boris Prilutsky

DVD12 http://www.medicalmassagedvds.com In this clip Boris Prilutsky demonstrates very beneficial deep tissue techniques used in massage for rehabilitation and other purposes. DVDs and CEU courses are available for purchase at http://www.medicalmassagedvds.com …

Does Sports Massage Hurt?

Sometimes sports massage can be a little uncomfortable, but it is only ever a ‘good’ pain – that is you will instinctively know it is doing good. Please remember that you are always in charge, so if you’re uncomfortable in anyway please say and we’ll try a different approach! Often clients will report having gone for a massage treatment with other styles of massage therapist and found it unsatisfactory, as it was far too light and not deep enough. There is certainly a place for this type of massage but it is not something we find our clients request very often here. Of course if you want it light, or lighter, please say – we aim to give a massage you want, not a massage that we deem ‘appropriate’.

It is not unusual to feel a little post massage soreness for a day or two after a remedial massage. This is normal and shows that useful work was done – and that the body is healing! Common post massage advice includes warming the area with a hot bath or a hot water bottle, gentle but progressive and persistent stretching and maybe even (if it for treatment of an injury) a little arnica gel. Arnica gel can be bought at Mother Earth Wholefood shop at the Healthy Living Centre as well as some branches of chemists. Try to get a strong, pure solution, ‘Vogels’ is a very good make.

If you are worried in any way about being sore, or have an important event the next day or two, please do communicate this, it really is no problem to work around.

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Is Sport Massage Only for Sporty People

No on the contrary!

Sports massage has been used for decades as a treatment tool for both sporting and occupational injuries, as well as pre-sport, post-sport and as a preventative measure. Its continued use is down to its success in the clinical setting. However, a new piece of research may be about to discredit its use.

If you ask a sports massage therapist what the benefits of sports massage are, their answer is likely to include “an increase in blood flow”, alongside other commonly quoted effects, such as the break down of scar tissue, removal of lactic acid and stretching and realignment of muscle fibres.

From my personal experience of over 5 years practising sports massage, it is by far the most useful tool I possess, far beyond my TENS and Ultrasound machines! I use sports massage in the majority of my injury treatments, for everything from an acute or chronically sprained ankle, to lower back pain rehabilitation. It helps me to gain a good insight into the state of the underlying muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia as well as helping to stretch and relax tight muscles, release trigger points and break down adhesion’s and scar tissue. I also have a number of devoted clients, whom after seeing their flexibility increase, aches and pains reduce, sporting performance improve and injury rate decrease, make regular appointments for a massage.

My point is this…new research should always be welcomed as we do not, and probably never will, fully understand the human body and the effects that our ‘treatments’ have, especially those labelled complimentary. However, I also believe in the proof of success within the clinical setting. If a practitioner finds something works (even if only on a placebo or psychological basis), then why stop using it?

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Improve Your Sports Performance With Hypnotherapy

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Many of us dream of one day improving our golf swing, having a better backhand on the tennis court or beating a personal best time during a run.

Training and practice can achieve this, but hypnotherapy could also be used to help us reach our goals and make us better at our chosen sport.

Hypnosis techniques have long been used by golfing professionals but the therapy has become more popular in other sports including football, rowing, boxing and cricket.

Sports men and women are increasingly aware of the benefits hypnosis can bring to improving their performance alongside other methods such as sports psychology.

The psychological techniques Woods employs help him visualise his next shot and where the ball will go before ever having to swing a club.

By using this rehearsal in his mind, he can ‘act out’ a perfect shot which then aids him mentally as he actually steps up to strike the ball for real.

This works because the mind and body are linked in such a way that by preparing the mind in advance, there is a chance the body will react exactly as you would want it.

By focusing on only the good performances, you can push the bad out of mind preventing you from recalling past mistakes again.

With those bad experiences gone, there is less chance of repeating them when playing.

You can then just focus on a picture of exactly what you want to do, how you’re going to do it and the feelings associated with getting it right.

This is known as an ‘anchoring state’ which can be important when asking your body to react in a certain way.

Once this achieved, the therapist will use beneficial suggestion to help you control your sub-conscious mind and allow you to alter behaviour and feelings that have previously been detrimental to your sporting performance.

Hypnotherapy is widely used in sports men and women with long-term injuries too, helping them on the road to recovery.

A stretch out of the game can hamper form and leave you with feelings of anger and fear.

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