Hot Ashi: FasciAshi Barefoot Massage Relax Track

May 11, 2020

May 11, 2020

8:30 am To 5:30 pm

Missouri Barefoot Massage Training Campus @ Sole Shine


(210) 816-1241


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Event Description

Relax Track Specialty Course: Barefoot massage with heated flax seed packs from Mother Earth Pillows! Learn to use heated flaxseed pillows to perform specific barefoot massage protocols for the client in both a supine and prone position, in Hot Ashi part of the our Relax Track specialized classes. Hot Ashi is performed through clothing on a massage table with overhead bars and a flexible strap for balance and shearing ability. Heat is an effective way to relieve both chronic and new pain and aches as well as promote relaxation. Its use is non-invasive and non-addictive, inexpensive and easy to incorporate into massage services. Using therapist’s feet in conjunction with heat produces almost effortless results, both in relaxation and in stress / pain reduction. Prerequisite: FasciAshi Fundamentals Certification. Class price: $224. You can choose to pay in full upfront, or make two payments. A non-Refundable $112 retainer is required to hold your spot in class – the remaining $112 balance is due before class starts.


Sara Newberry

Center for Barefoot Massage

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