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Primer on EDS for the Masssage Therapist (Reply)
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Primer on EDS for the Masssage Therapist
2009-01-19 03:53 am (UTC)
Thank you for the wonderful article. I have EDS and have had gentle massage treatments from a LM Therapist in the past and it was very helpful. With joints being so hypermobile, the head and neck areas are a real concern. Varicosites are very common in EDSsers. The GI tract,Arteries and Veins are more frail so gentle work is important as you said. I agree with Mike Uggen's comments. He does a great job! and is very knowledgeable. I too work energetically on people and this helps to minimize bruising. I like to use Reiki myself with good results. I'm a RN and turn myself "on" with Reiki before working with people. I use Lymph Drainage on myself,which helps with swelling in my feet and legs. I hope you learn Lymph Massage,it really works well. Thank you again for the wonderful article.
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