Thai massage therapy for the shoulder, neck, occiput
August 21, 2018 Posted by Stephanie Golden 5200
Traditional Thai (or Thai yoga-) massage for the back of the shoulder, the neck, and base of the skull. This posture – like most – works best if the receiver is totally limp. If they are holding their arm across their torso for you, then it becomes more work for you, and less pressure for them. If you remove your leg from beside their arm, the arm should fall to the ground. If it doesn’t, they’re holding.