For dining tables: Simply lay pillows down the length of the surface you are using, cover pillows with a towel then roll a hand towel or bath mat up and place 1-2 inches above the first pillow. Your nose and mouth will rest between this little gap for airflow while your forehead will rest on the pillow.
Who is it for?
Some shameless love
Leigh Hiscook, Adelaide
"Thanks again teacher, I am still very excited and I got much much more out of your classes and method of massage than I anticipated. You are truly an amazing person. A M A Z I N G!!!"
Kerry Collins, Melbourne
"Amazing techniques that get right into the areas that massage is meant. Amazing and simple techniques that Laura teaches".
John Marshall, Brisbane
"Really enjoyed the training, wife says I have picked up some great new techniques".
What exactly is it?
The kitchen bench is a great option if the person giving is tall and the person receiving is of a small build and therefore not too high when they are laying on the pillows. You could play around with very thin pillows or even a camp mat to create a comfortable height for the person giving.
Detail of bonuses...
Nothing I share with you is theory or "might" work
This is exactly how I have treated my clients for 13 years which has lead me to become a very successful and fully booked massage therapist in addition to teaching my sort after techniques and treatments plans to other massage therapists and body workers for the past 8 years.
You do not need any experience, you do not need to be strong, nor do you need to worry about sore hands. My techniques utilise proper body mechanics allowing for considerable ease on the person giving. I regularly perform up to 10 hours of massage a day with these exact same techniques and have tripled the average career length of massage therapists that usually have to retire from the table after only a few short years due to injury.
I am excited to share these incredible techniques with you. I’ll have you mastering massage like a professional, relieving each other's tension, aches and pains in the back, shoulders, neck, lower back, hips and buttock and improving each other's quality of life one massage exchange at a time.
You can even get creative and if you have two surfaces of similar height, you can push them together to create a longer "massage table". Here is an example of a coffee table pushed together with a couch and then pillows laid down the length of the coffee table and couch.
For the price of just 10 x 1 hour massages with me (5 each), you can have forever access whenever you need, to recordings of me showing your massage mate exactly what to do to relieve these areas for you and you for them.
Other options are "L" shaped couches and beds. Watch the above 6 minute video for more ideas.
For serious regular relief seekers that want to make the ultimate investment, check out Gumtree, Ebay, Facebook Marketplace for inexpensive secondhand options. Above is a brand new, inexpensive, high quality and comfortable Aldi massage table. Approx $100-150 AUD.