What is HFMAST? How can these techniques help my clients? Today the dynamic duo: Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari talk east meets west, trigger points meet acupressure points, and how teaching your clients can keep them coming back to you – not only for 1-6 weeks, but for years to come! To find out more […]
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Welcome to JING TV! Follow the weekly adventures of Meg and Rachel on weekly Jing TV episodes exploring the fascinating world of bodywork, business and beyond. Catch free Jing TV episodes for great tips on advanced massage techniques, how to get more clients and achieve the life you desire plus interviews with the movers and […]
Made especially for the Jing Institute’s 10th birthday party / BTEC level 6 graduation – here is Vasco Menezes (husband of our wonderful teacher Kathryn Jones) singing about Jing!
During recent work updating and developing the introductory course on Oncology Massage for Advanced Massage students, which we had previously workshopped nearly two years ago, we looked again at a substantial number of studies which have been done evaluating the benefits of massage for people who have been diagnosed with cancer. They are mostly small […]
The complex puzzle of chronic pain Being a massage therapist is not always an easy business. Massage therapists, more than any other manual therapy profession, are constantly faced with the issue of chronic pain- that is, pain that persists long beyond the usual healing time for an injury. We are often the last point of […]
For just about, the last 20 years I have had the honour of being a massage therapist and teacher. In that time, I have worked with thousands of individuals with all types of concerns; each one a lesson in itself into the mind body connection. It is always an unexpected journey that is extraordinary. In […]
It means being able to: 1) treat a client who is in significant pain, remedially 2) use a variety of master techniques to get a reduction of pain 3) achieve an increase of ROM (range of motion) and 4) allow time and energy to make the client feel safe, taken care of and experience a […]
Sadly, the topic of massage and cancer is one that provokes fear and misunderstanding into the hearts of even the most seasoned of massage therapists. Despite decades of important work in this area, many massage therapists still subscribe to the outdated myth that massage is contra-indicated or feel unqualified to treat a client with the […]
Revolution: “A dramatic change in ideas or practice” (Encarta World English Dictionary) The profession of massage therapy in the UK stands on the edge of a great precipice. Its future is balancing on the edge of a steep cliff, where we have the opportunity as therapists to use the power of the current strong winds […]
Do what you love, love what you do. Wow! Can you imagine a life where every day you get up bursting with enthusiasm to go to work; a life where you can make your own hours; have time to go to that yoga class in the middle of the day; pay yourself a decent salary […]
A tribute to the JING graduates of the BTEC level 6 Professional diploma in advanced clinical and sports massage: Its 4:09 at the station, On a breezy, April morn, The feelings of adventure and excitement fill me, A new career will be born. Wide eyed and hopeful, I travel across our land, 5 ½ hours […]
This month in Massage World’s CPD section we will explore the exciting world of Eastern massage techniques with not one but 2 articles! Using principles of balancing energy through the meridians, Amma Fusion and Table Thai are 2 dynamic massage techniques that can be easily integrated with your existing body work for an effective and […]