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    Default Massage or permanent back damage?!!

    I saw an ad from Anita Sizzle, (Cant find it now!)
    and fair play to you Anita, it looks like you might actually know what you are doing!

    The point is that far to easy for anybody to offer massage when really they could be doing permanent damage to you without realising it.
    One escort I saw I actually had to ask her to stop whilst I still had a working spine!

    I was going to suggest to Pat when she did her favourites review, that escorts should only say they offer massage if they have done a course, but to be honest I dont think its very realistic so I think the best way is to just come out and say you are qualified, in the way that Anita has

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    Quote Originally Posted by roryman View Post
    I saw an ad from Anita Sizzle, (Cant find it now!)
    and fair play to you Anita, it looks like you might actually know what you are doing!

    The point is that far to easy for anybody to offer massage when really they could be doing permanent damage to you without realising it.
    One escort I saw I actually had to ask her to stop whilst I still had a working spine!

    I was going to suggest to Pat when she did her favourites review, that escorts should only say they offer massage if they have done a course, but to be honest I dont think its very realistic so I think the best way is to just come out and say you are qualified, in the way that Anita has
    Thanks Roryman, but in all fairness it takes years to be a really good therapist. The most important thing about massage is knowing the muscles, their actions, insertions and orgins as well as always asking the client about the PRESSURE

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    I saw that also and was seriously impressed with the long list but was concerned I’d die of old age before I got to the happy ending or would be so loose and limber I would not be able to stand up in both sense’s of the term.

    Fair dues Anita thats a really impressive list but you would have you’re work cut out for you getting around all the knots in my back as it’s like a map on Montana at this stage.

    President Obama [congrats btw as I know you are a Democrat and I love the ring it has to it ] would be up for re election.

    Nice to know that some who do Massage know what they are doing as you could walk in but be wheeled out but with a grimace more then a smile on the face and a lot of explianing to do!!!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oven Ready Eddie View Post
    I saw that also and was seriously impressed with the long list but was concerned I’d die of old age before I got to the happy ending or would be so loose and limber I would not be able to stand up in both sense’s of the term.

    Fair dues Anita thats a really impressive list but you would have you’re work cut out for you getting around all the knots in my back as it’s like a map on Montana at this stage.

    President Obama [congrats btw as I know you are a Democrat and I love the ring it has to it ] would be up for re election.

    Nice to know that some who do Massage know what they are doing as you could walk in but be wheeled out but with a grimace more then a smile on the face and a lot of explianing to do!!!.
    Your first session would be a really good straight forward massage, of Swedish, myofascial release and deep tissue massage strokes, and than If I noticed knots, I'd do some Trigger Point therapy. Most of my traiining is for sports injuries, and since you spend so much time on this board, I couldn't imagine you have time to play sports and thus have sports related injuries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anitasizzle View Post
    Your first session would be a really good straight forward massage, of Swedish, myofascial release and deep tissue massage strokes, and than If I noticed knots, I'd do some Trigger Point therapy. Most of my traiining is for sports injuries, and since you spend so much time on this board, I couldn't imagine you have time to play sports and thus have sports related injuries.
    Very astute Anita, but does getting kicked by a Race Horse in the upper thigh count as a sports injury as I got that a while back and he leveled me good an proper but he did win after so I forgave him as his winning’s paid my medical expenses. As for knots well they are all work related but I work them out as I like hiking but you are correct in that I have zero interest in sports like football but I can walk forever with a heavy load but never been a runner as I’m solidly built and the county council banned me from jogging on the roads as I was adding to our nations fine and varied collection of potholes.

    So anytime you fancy a hike up Ben Bulbin you give me a shout.

    Good string to your bow though as I guess there is always call for those skills in a whole range of areas like sports/work related. The other day I saw a program about a Woman who teaches massage technique classes for parents to do for babies which I never heard of before but makes sense when you think about it.
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    Yes u gotta have experience in massage a friend of mine tried out getting massage from a certain 'therapist' 3months ago due to few aches & pains nothing at all serious at the time after 2 sessions he ended up with permanent damage to the back is out sick from work all the time & is now in an awful state visiting chiropodists costing him a fortune, he has permanent pain Scary stuff..

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    Many escorts offering massage and they donīt know how to do it properly and didnīt learn for this. Itīs very dangerous to give masage when you are not a certificate professional.
    So guys my advice is to never get masage from any escort unless she can prove that she is a professional in this and ask her for her certificate as proof.

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    [QUOTE=experienced punter;52666]Yes u gotta have experience in massage a friend of mine tried out getting massage from a certain 'therapist' 3months ago due to few aches & pains nothing at all serious at the time after 2 sessions he ended up with permanent damage to the back is out sick from work all the time & is now in an awful state visiting chiropodists costing him a fortune, he has permanent pain Scary stuff..[/Q

    You're sure your friend is telling the TRUTH about the origin of his/her injuries? There's no way a massage therapist can inflict those kind of injuries that requirer a Chiroprator orr physiotherapist unless said injuriies orginated from chiroprator or physiotherapist.
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    [QUOTE=anitasizzle;52683]
    Quote Originally Posted by experienced punter View Post
    Yes u gotta have experience in massage a friend of mine tried out getting massage from a certain 'therapist' 3months ago due to few aches & pains nothing at all serious at the time after 2 sessions he ended up with permanent damage to the back is out sick from work all the time & is now in an awful state visiting chiropodists costing him a fortune, he has permanent pain Scary stuff..[/Q

    You're sure your friend is telling the TRUTH about the origin of his/her injuries? There's no way a massage therapist can inflict those kind of injuries that requirer a Chiroprator orr physiotherapist unless said injuriies orginated from chiroprator or physiotherapist.
    Yes its true though what I imagined & he probably wasn't aware of was that he may have had some pre-existing condition before he went to this 'masseur' & whatever way his spine was manipulated it exacerbated this condition dunno I'm no expert but another friend of mine collapsed few yrs ago despite never having any backtrouble & is in a wheelchair since Scary stuff

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