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Massage, competition and business mindset | #letstalktouch VIDEO

“Aren’t you afraid that you are creating competition?” I heard MANY times after I started teaching Hawaiian lomi lomi massage here in Iceland. Ok, so let’s talk about it, openly, honestly. I will tell you what I’m afraid of and what I want to believe business is about. This is a recording of #letstalktouch from …

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“Why is this massage so long?” | #letstalktouch about long massages!

“Why is this massage so long?” “Can you massage just my back?” ” Do you do 1-hour massage?” Today I’m talking about long massages, short massages, full body massages and part-body massages. What are the benefits of long massage sessions? Can massage be too long? Why I don’t do “just your back”? All this and …

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How to FEEL YOUR BODY and what does it even mean? | #letstalktouch

I give you my introduction to a huuuuuge topic: what does it mean to feel your body? Be in touch with your body? Listen to your body? I translate metaphorical into literal and give you one simple exercise that immediately helps you to feel your body (but first, I explain what does it even MEAN to feel your body and why we don’t want that).

Massage is a journey… where can it take you? | #letstalktouch

“Massage as a journey” – translated from metaphorical to literal, based on stories of my clients and my own experience. Why lomi lomi sometimes has effects similar to hypnosis? What can you do to journey during massage? Is it normal? Is it safe? Is it pleasant? Where do people “go” when they journey?

Massage and discomfort (not pain!) – how to go through it? | #letstalktouch

In this video I am talking about discomfort in massage. How it is different from pain, how it can, in fact,help us during the massage and what we can do to go through it… and what is on the other side of discomfort? I am sharing examples of me going through moments of discomfort when receiving and giving massages.