Thai Massage Training Video: Wrist Care (Avoid Injuries)

Here is another video for Thai massage practitioners. It’s another part in a series of videos that will help you to take proper care of your health, joints, tendons and muscles by using good body mechanics.

This is a very fundamental lesson, but it’s good to review it anyway – because if you get the basics right, you’ll always provide good work for your patients, and you’ll be able to practice for many years to come.

Knee Pain Exercise for Thai Massage Practitioners

As a Thai massage practitioner one thing that you really need to learn is to take care of yourself. If you don’t practice Thai massage with mindfulness, you will most likely end up using your body in ways that aren’t good for it – that’s why body mechanics are important.
And sometimes, if you experience pain, that’s a signal of your body that you need to either do things differently, or that you need to balance out the strains you put on your body.
Knee pain is very common among beginning Thai massage practitioners – and here’s a good demonstration of an exercise that can help you to build stronger, healthier knees.