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Hot Stone Massage : A Three Dimensional Approach (Paperback)

Author: Bruder, Leslie

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Worth Every Penny!!

by Maggie Russell on 2/19/2009

I have just purchased the fabulous book 'Hot Stone Massage A Three Dimensional Approach'. It is certainly better than the book I have to study from which is 'The Official LaStone Therapy'. The wording is more clear and it reads so well. The technical wording in this book makes more sense to me and the stones are so amazing and colorful! I have been waiting for this book to arrive in the the UK since 1/1/09, so I am just so happy to have it in my hands.....It is worth every penny in my book! Well done!"

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This easy-to-follow manual will teach massage therapists how to give a safe and effective hot stone massage. The book covers every aspect of administering a hot stone massage including the many type of stones, equipment and accessories, room set up, precautions, physiological effects of heat and cold, stone placement, and a novel system for optimal stone management and flow. The book''s centerpiece is a unique three-dimensional approach to hot stone massage, which involves working on both sides of the body at once, removing stones from beneath clients without their involvement, and transitioning seamlessly from one body part to another.

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Publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Mfg Part# 9780781763271
SKU 208358593
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0781763274
Release Date 1/1/2009
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0237
Publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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