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LESSON 5: Use Your Weight

19 July 2011 9 Comments

Use your weight instead of your strength!

Strength has nothing to do with the ability to give a great massage! Some of the smallest women give the best massages because they know the secrets of weight transfer and lean into their tools, their hands, with all of their body weight.

Posture can determine the value of the massage you give, because you transfer tension or relaxation through your touch. Touch is commuication! Watch actual muscle fiber being massaged through the skin and under it. You may want to practice on a chicken breast too!


  • mary said:

    Hello Mr. Green,

    I Love your massage technique, Oh they look so good with good results,
    Do I need take a class in massage to start my business here in California? Or I can just learn by watching your tapes over and over again? Please advise!

    Thank you,
    God Bless you,

  • rikka said:


  • Iloh louisa said:

    I got more knowledge in reading ur page about massage. I am a maaseu who will lik to learn more.

  • Iloh louisa said:

    I want to become a professioal in that field please i need you help

  • khaled salah said:

    thank you mr.green

  • Masoud said:

    Useful information which offer practical skills.
    Thank you

  • Carolyn Williams said:

    I want to know if I can become a therapist by watching your videos. I practice massage today,out of my home,I need to become licensed and need your help. I have taken classes through the college,but didn’t become licensed.

  • JIll Ohio said:

    My massage teacher has been very lazy lately. Thank you for these lessons, I have learned so much.

  • Gabriel Marques said:

    Thank you so much Will Green you made all the diference in my practice.

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