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LESSON 15: Comfortable Environment

19 July 2011 7 Comments

Create a comfortable environment!

The environment you create will help determine how well your massage is received. Temperature is very important; soft music and candles are often welcomed. Marraiges are often rejuvenated in the massage room, and children love massage too!

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  • hasna khatun ali said:

    Your videos are really effective and helpful. creating the atmosphere is a must indeed. Thank you.

  • Larry said:

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  • Milaflor L. Valdez said:

    Thank you for the Free Massage Course, I’ve learn a simple massage that can help me to massage my family and friends. I will share my learning’s to my relatives.
    Once again thank you and may the Good Lord Bless You and your website.

  • Bettie Gross said:

    Mr. Green,
    I really don’t know what to say except “thank you.” I received your blow up massage cushion and have gone all the way through you online classes. I love them. My daughter, who has muscular dystrophy is benefitting from massage. It is keeping her relaxed and is giving her much more activities during the day. Thank you so much.

    Bettie

  • Bella said:

    Hi Will! I’m a trained Massage Therapist in Australia. I love your teaching style – you have a very likeable demeanor and the information was great. I hope there is lots more advanced stuff on offer!

    Bella

  • Carolyn Williams said:

    THIS IS wonderful,I just want to become certified and licensed,but it seems like it’s going to be too be too expensive at a school.

  • Karen said:

    Is this course still available for purchase?
    Thank You,
    Karen M Turner

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