This home study program is presented by David Palmer, the 'father' of Chair Massage according to Massage Magazine and the developer of the first massage chair. Based on Japanese acupressure techniques, this program presents a complete chair massage sequence for the neck, shoulders, back, hips, arms, hands, and scalp. This step-by-step presentation teaches practitioners three complete, upper body acupressure sequences.
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After completing this course, you will be able to complete a seated massage sequence in 15 minutes, and execute the transitions in the sequences smoothly and without hesitation.
Juan Oyola, LMBT
I do chair massage so please start adding even more chair courses!
Angela Elizabeth Benoit, LMT, BCTMB
Susan D. Newman, LMT, BCTMB
Jim Clair, LMBT, BCTMB
David Palmer began his professional massage career in 1980. He began working with chair massage in 1982 as a way of making skilled touch more accessible to the mainstream public. For his pioneering work in bringing chair massage into public consciousness, David Palmer has been acknowledged by Massage Magazine as the "father"; of Chair Massage. In November 1997, David also received the prestigious President's Award from the American Massage Therapy Association for his meritorious service to the profession. Through the founding of the Touch Pro Institute, David has trained tens of thousands of practitioners in the techniques and marketing skills of chair massage.
Mr. Palmer is the author and instructor of Chair Massage Fundamentals.
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