I keep saying – massage doesn’t need to be painful. In fact, I believe it shouldn’t. But this doesn’t mean that massage is a blissful experience always. Sometimes DISCOMFORT appears. Discomfort on physical, emotional or mental level.
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.
PS – this video is a replay of Facebook live from October 4, 2019.
Let’s talk about all this spirituality in massages like Hawaiian lomi lomi. What is this about? Is this a spiritual massage? What does it even mean? Do you need to consider yourself spiritual to enjoy a session of Hawaiian massage?
I call myself a very down-to-earth spiritual person. I believe in more than flesh and bones… and I work with, or through, flesh and bones. And this video is about what “spiritual massage” or “spiritual experience” means to me. And it might not be what you think.
This is a recording of my Facebook livestream from 14th September, 2019. #letstalktouch
Aloha! Here’s a replay of Facebook livestream from 30. August 2019. I am talking about all the things you should tell your massage therapist before, during and after the session to make sure that massage will be a beautiful, healing and relaxing experience.
Aloha in the morning! Or should I say A.L.O.H.A.? Because today I talk about 5 things that you can do after massage to feel its effects longer. And these 5 things are coded in A.L.O.H.A. So here we go!
Magdalena, is this massage relaxing on healing? – this is a question I got from somebody interested in lomi lomi. It’s such a fascinating topic that it deserves much more than a post, so in this video I share my perspective on relaxation and healing.