Massage Tutorial: Reflexology Warm Up TechniquesRebecca demonstrates a few Reflexology warm up techniques.
Massage Tutorial: Reflexology Warm Up Techniques Part 2Rebecca demonstrates a few Reflexology warm up techniques.
Massage Tutorial: Reflexology Warm Up Techniques Part IRebecca demonstrates a few Reflexology warm up techniques.
Thai Acupressure Instructor, Noam Tyroler Visits Online Thai Massage Class at Zion Massage CollegeNoam Tyroler is a Thai Acupressure Instructor, author of the book Thai Acupressure and the video training series at Thaiacu.com. This week, he visited the students at Zion Massage College during the school's temporary conversion to online education in the period of Coronavirus social distancing.
Noam is a frequent guest Continuing Education Instructor at Zion Massage College. He is a much sought after and well-respected Massage Therapy Instructor and leader in the industry; and his trainings on Thai Acupressure always have a waiting list.
At Zion Massage College, we strive to teach the most effective healing traditions and techniques from around the world. In this video, Rebecca and the students speak with Noam as he visits us all the way from Isreal. It is always a pleasure to hear from him!
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Toning & The Chakra SoundsRebecca Farraway discusses the benefits of using "toning" and the Chakra sounds to facilitate balance, focus and relaxation.
Lokah Samasthah Sukino BhavantuGood Morning! I hope you have an amazing, happy, peaceful week!
Covid 19 - Apocalyptic Fantasy or a Higher Way?Rebecca discusses the recent panic over Covid 19 and makes a few alternative suggestions for staying healthy.
Let's stop peeing on each other!Rebecca discusses her experience at a recent Byron Katie workshop and why critical thinking and mindfulness are important in making the world a more sane and peaceful place.
Tony Robbins Unleash the Power Within GiveawayRebecca, Christina and Rocio from Zion Massage College, give away 3 Gold level Tony Robbins UPW Tickets for March 12th - 15th, 2020 in San Jose, CA.
Is Massage Therapy a good career choice in our Age of Technology?Visit www.zmc.edu to learn more.
Why Pain Pills Don't Work to Treat Chronic Muscle and Nerve PainRebecca Farraway from Zion Massage College explains why pain pills are often ineffective at treating chronic muscular and nerve pain. She explains the role that Massage Therapy plays in effectively treating chronic pain.