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Welcome to the Jing Massage Blog and Vlog!

Loads of really exciting Jing TV episodes on the Jing Massage Vlog and articles and posts written by our very own Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari on the massage blog! We cover everything from Myofascial release to Price increase – so for great top tips and essential advice for all therapists, stay tuned!

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Anatomy with Attitude Course Taster

TRachel and Nina ran a antastic free taster zoom of our awesome Anatomy with Attitude musculoskeletal course – whether you missed it or want to watch over and over again, here’s the recording for you to stream! If you liked this taster you will LOVE the course! If you’re interested in learning MORE (of course […]

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Successfully treating chronic pain through trigger point therapy. Trigger points: the massage therapist’s best friend by Rachel Fairweather. Published in Massage World issue 105, 2019

Learning effective trigger point work can be a seemingly magical component to add to your toolbox of manual therapy skills. Ask any therapist who has been doing precise trigger point work for a length of time and you are likely to hear a plethora of stories of wonderful results that range from the clinically satisfying […]

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Pregnancy Massage with Jing Massage & Dermalogica

Pregnancy Massage: Dermalogica Webinar Recording

In this dynamic webinar, the Jing director duo – Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari partnered with the amazing Dermalogica, to give you amazing top tips for Pre & Postnatal Pregnancy Massage! Feeling confident treating pregnant women is a rewarding way to expand your practice and provide significant pain relief at this important time. This course […]

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Understanding and treating fibromyalgia through advanced massage techniques by Rachel Fairweather published in the FHT’s International Therapist Magazine

“It is as if all of my joints were locked and I am caught inside, as though imprisoned in a kind of body or an envelope that has padlocks inside, like doors that I cannot open.” Fibromyalgia patient interview (Valenzuela-Moguillansky, 2012) Frustrating or fascinating – the complex world of Fibromyalgia Syndrome Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) can […]

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