You stand behind the receiver. Try to keep your back straight and your weight evenly distributed between your feet. Make sure that your neck and shoulders are relaxed and bend your knees a little.
- In order to establish a connection between you and the receiver and place your hands lightly on the shoulders. Ask him/her to take a few deep breaths, so all the stress and tension dissolve.
- effleurage place both hands, one either side of the back, on the top back on level with the bottom of the shoulder blades. Gently at first and then more firm strokes up back around the shoulder blades and back again. Repeat until you feel the area begins to heat up.
- friction to place the balls of your thumbs level at the bottom of the shoulder blades a few centimeters away from the spine. Perform the braking deep circular friction movements working against the neck area. Do not press directly on the spine, even.
If you find any ' knotty ' areas of friction over these nodes until you feel them subside break or discomfort.
- effleurage feet to the side of the receiver. If you treat the right scapula you must place yourself on the left side, place your left arm over the front of the shoulders and your right hand, palm down on the right scapula. Circle around the scapula, until you feel warm and soften. Repeat on the other side.
- rubbing in the same position as step 4, use the whole of your hand to rub across the scapula. Repeat on the other side.
- friction is still in the same position place your thumb on the bottom of the shoulder blade and applies deep circular motions around the shoulder blade.
- squeezing Stand behind the receiver and place the palms of both hands, one on top of each shoulder with your thumbs at the back and fingers at the front. Squeeze and release the shoulder muscles until they feel warm.
- twisting standing behind your partner place the palms of both hands on the top of one of the shoulders. Pick up and squeeze the muscle with one hand and pull it toward you and then Repeat with the other hand. Repeat the twisting on both shoulders, until they feel soft and supple.
- clamp still stands behind the receiver place the hands one on each upper arm. Gently squeezing and releasing the muscles, working down the upper arms against elbow and glide gently back again. Repeat several times.
- clamp stand next to your partner. Let their forehead drop slightly forward in one hand and place your other hand flat on the back of the throat. Squeeze the neck muscles slowly and gently between the thumb and fingers.
- to make contact standing behind the receiver place your hands gently on top of 0 the recipient's head in order to establish a connection.
- friction place your hands either side of the head, with the fingers well spread out in a claw shape. Use the pads of your fingers to make small circular friction movements all over the scalp. As the tension releases you will feel the scalp begins to move.
- effleurage standing behind the receiver in your hands gently on the forehead. Stroke gently out across his forehead to the temples. Then place your hands on cheeks and stroke outwards and finally stroke outward across the Chin.
Repeat these wonderfully soothing movements several times.
Wake up! Located behind the receiver use your fingertips to gently drum/tap at all. Try experimenting with different rhythms. You can also easily print over the face too. This gentle tapping helps to stimulate and activate the mind ready for the rest of the work day!