For nonprofessionals and the general public, I recommend initially sitting and carefully watching my hands-on massage performances while listening to my explanations. Feel free to take notes, and if any questions arise, you can post them, and I'll be more than happy to answer. In this instructional video, I am demonstrating simplified massage techniques that are very easy to learn. For the second viewing, have a large-sized pillow next to you. As you observe my performances, try to replicate them on the pillow. You're welcome to watch the program as many times as you need. After practicing on the pillow a few times, you'll be ready to perform the massage on your friends and family.
Professional massage therapists, after reviewing the program, can begin applying it to clients and eventually start teaching the general public.
Remember, you always have the opportunity to post questions.
Eli Gang, MD, FACC, FAHA, FHRS,
Clinical Professor of Medicine at Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA,
Heart Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles,
Several years ago I was introduced to Boris Prilutsky's unique talents as a practitioner of medical massage by a patient of mine who had severe hypertension and known coronary artery disease. The patient's hypertension was actually quite difficult to treat with conventional pharmaceutical medications because of inefficacy and significant drug-related side-effects. Boris introduced the patient and me to his techniques which involve fascia release in the cervical region of the spine...
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