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02 Jan,2018
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Begin by having the recipient lie on the floor on their stomach with their arms comfortably relaxed at their sides. You will want to use a surface that is firm, but is also comfortable for the person to lie on. The best position for working on the back is to kneel next to the person, facing their head, with one knee up and your foot on the ground. This position provides the most control, power, flexibility and strength. Keeping your back straight, lean forward, shifting your body weight to apply pressure. As you work down the back, place your thumbs on the large muscles on either side of the recipient's spine, with your thumbs pointed towards one another. Or, to focus more specifically on one point or area, you can use both thumbs placed side by side and only work on one side of the back at a time.

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