Barefoot Side-Lying + Props

April 14, 2020

April 15, 2020

9:00 am To 5:00 pm

Memphis, Tennessee



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Event Description

apply barefoot oil massage for client sidelying position. Practice using a yoga strap, yoga silks, towels pillows to provide extra comfort and support. Study theory related to the application of balms and liniments and learn how to incorporate heat from hot towels, heating pads and hot herbal pillows.


Charlene Gaffney

Elevate Massage Training

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