Client care is something that many will overlook but it's one of the largest factors in whether you get long term relief. Anything a massage therapist can do for you you can often do for yourself. It will never replace the luxury of a massage but we've all heard that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Working on yourself is as simple as breathing, stretching and some simple self massage. Here's a video showing how you stretch and open your gluteals and it often helps ease low back pain.
These are simple easy to use tools that you can expand upon taking a yoga class and by getting regular bodywork. Once you know where the tension is it's far easier to work on.
My name is Robert Gardner and I’m a licensed Thai massage instructor, therapist and yoga teacher in Austin, Texas. I primarily use Thai massage, yoga therapy and lead yoga classes to help my clients and students. I’ve been practicing the healing arts for twelve years and am here to assist and educate people to stimulate their own healing. Read more about Robert...