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Deep Stone, Geothermal Therapy, LaStone

Learning Deep Stone

As this article is posted, I’ll be on my way to England again to attend the LaStone course Deep Stone. I’m very excited and look forward to gaining new skills and better my massage. I’m certain this will also increase my non-stone massage skills. It’ll  be interesting to discover how to use the cold stones properly, so my clients feel even better after a massage.

A quick course description, as written on their site:
This course takes you on a journey into a deep tissue and temperature based treatment system, designed specifically to look at 43 specific muscle groups. This advanced course is for those wishing to extend their stone massage technique and extend their knowledge on geo-thermal therapy. It enables a therapist to offer so much more on their treatment menu and work much more prescriptively with their clients. The first module looks specifically at large muscle groups of the lower body. This allows the therapist time to master the site specific massage techniques. The secret of this course is to cocoon with the warm and work with the cold!!!!

It can only be good! Four days of learning, massage, stones and good company.

About Pia Poulsen

Pia Poulsen is educated as a wellness massage therapist at Institut FIGARI in Paris, from where she passed her certification exam in January 2008. Since then she has expanded her skills to become the first Advanced LaStone® practitioner in France as well as a certified LaStone® instructor.


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