Val Guins Forearm Dance Original Massage Video On DVD

by Val Guin
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Emphasis On Therapist Self-care.
Therapists Learn How To ‘Save Your Hands’.
Combines Efficient Body Mechanics w/ Use Of Forearm & Olecranon As Tools.
Techniques Designed To Benefit Therapists With Different Levels Of Massage Experience.
Therapist Increase Energy Levels Through ‘Spiral’ Exercise.
Learn How To Enhance The Client Experience.
Portion Of Proceeds Donated By Publisher.
Packaging Is 80% Recycled Material.

Run Time: 3+ Hours. Format: DVD - Region 0, Plays Worldwide.

Discover an invigorating, groundbreaking massage technique that combines efficient body mechanics with the use of only the Forearm and Olecranon as tools. Val Guin’s Forearm Dance is a NEW practitioner-friendly, instructional massage program that focuses on giving a full body circulatory massage combined with the depth and muscular separation found in deep tissue work. Throughout the DVD, Val demonstrates the importance of self-care for massage and bodywork practitioners, and she states, “it is absolutely essential that we enter each day, each session, each moment, with openness, compassion, empathy and freedom for our clients and ourselves.”

This instructional program offers a variety of techniques in easy-to-access DVD chapters, presented in a captivating coastal setting and accompanied by an inspiring musical score. Val designed the massage techniques in Forearm Dance to benefit therapists with varying degrees of experience in their own massage careers, regardless of their personal health status.

Practitioner benefits include saving your hands by using the forearm and olecranon (the bony prominence of the elbow) as your massage tools, supporting your health and well-being through the use of improved body mechanics, and opening your body and increasing your energy with Val’s step-by-step, ‘Spiral’ exercise.

Client benefits include customized techniques are individualized to meet client needs using the the forearm for broad superficial work and the olecranon for deep work, and continuity of strokes encourages client to de-stress, relax deeply and enjoy the healthy benefits of massage and bodywork.

'During my massage career of over two decades, I had to develop an effective way to sustain my clientele, teaching schedule, and my own health.' – Val Guin

About Val Guin

Val Guin is an internationally-known, certified massage therapist who has been doing bodywork for over 25 years. She is a founding member of the Santa Monica Center of Healing Arts where she maintains a private practice. Val is the Executive Director of the IPSB (Institute of Psycho Structural Balancing), California College of Massage and Bodywork in California, which features the IPSB Massage Technique.

Learning is exciting with Val, a gifted teacher who is frequently invited to present seminars and instruction at AMTA and other massage training events. The intuitive nature of her massage technique is reflected in the visual style of the FOREARM DANCE DVD, which enhances the quality of the learning experience.

After suffering severe injuries in her back and arm after being hit by a drunk driver, Val created Forearm Dance as a self-healing and practitioner-friendly form of massage. Val’s objective? Help you to save your hands and strength, keep your clients coming back for more and extend your massage career by using your forearm and olecranon (elbow) as a tool.

Val Guin’s Forearm Dance was written and produced by Ohana Productions Inc., founded by Val Guin and her daughter Natiya Guin. Ohana is the Hawaiian word for ‘family’, meaning “parents, their children and those they cherish”. The mission of Ohana Productions is to create instructional video programs to help people cope with and find freedom from stress and pain. Val, Natiya and team “Ohana” are also setting a new standard of responsibility in instructional massage programming and production. In order to reduce waste and promote recycling of manufactured goods the duo developed an 80% recycled packaging.

A portion of the proceeds from purchases of Forearm Dance are donated to the non-profit, charitable organization, Share Our Strength.

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