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  • Legs15
    on Jul 21, 2010 in Integrative Thai
    You repeat everything on the other leg. The transition to the other side without losing contact: Keep the heel with your inner hand. Place your outser hand in between client’s feet, in the center. Slide your inner knee to the heel, as you step...
  • Legs14
    on Jul 21, 2010 in Integrative Thai
    Reach for client’s foot and lift their leg, crossing it over your chest. Change lunges, as you drop your inside knee down and lift your outside knee up Change gripping hands, allowing client’s foot to fall into your outside fingers Client...
  • Legs13
    on Jul 20, 2010 in Integrative Thai
    Transition As you straighten client’s leg control with your outer hand at the hell, rotate your inner hand under the knee so that client’s leg does not snap. Let your knees relax away from one another, sitting in a wide knee working position. At...
  • Legs12
    on Jul 20, 2010 in Integrative Thai
    BPP on client’s upper thigh from knee to hip and back 1-2-3-2-1 Chop up and down the leg in a clockwise motion 2 times to soften the muscle. Be careful in the transition out of this pose: Slide your outer hand back to the heel, inner hand to knee.
  • Legs11
    on Jul 20, 2010 in Integrative Thai
    Lean back once the leg is extended straight and lightly pull on your hands Shift the leg down an inch and repeat. 1-2-1 (depends on size of client. Come down just to middle of muscle or so). Let your outer foot come down and place it as if against a...
  • Legs10
    on Jul 20, 2010 in Uncategorized
    While this pose relieves stiffness and pain, enhances flexibility, OMIT this posture when working on people with knee problems. Place your outer hand on hamstring muscle just below the knee. Lean forward pressing knee down, slowly push heel away from...
  • Legs8
    on Jul 20, 2010 in Thai Yoga
    Rotate client’s knee out and then back in toward the middle of their chest. Place your inner foot over client’s free ankle to secure the position. Palm Press into hamstring muscle. Use your outer knee to support your outer elbow. Keep your arms s...
  • Legs9
    on Apr 24, 2010 in Thai Yoga
    Step your outside foot about a foot away from the client and turn your toes out 45 degrees. Allow client’s leg to relax into your hand. Press your inner hand into hamstring muscle. A circular movement, which benefits the hip joint by lubricating th...
  • Intention
    on Apr 23, 2010 in Therapy
    Consider these examples for a moment: A woman is about to stumble down a flight a stairs when a man reaches and grabs hold of her elbow, stabilizing her. On a busy train a man reaches and touches the elbow of the woman in front of him. As they are ta...
  • Legs7
    on Apr 22, 2010 in Thai Yoga
    Transition: Drop your inner hand to the floor outside client’s straight leg. Use your outer hand to push their knee forward as you step up into a half lunge, with your outer foot next to client’s hip. Place client’s foot inside your...
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