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Ashiatsu is contraindicated for pregnant women.
When in doubt of a condition or client, say, “No”!
Placing deep pressure on popliteal and bony prominences is contraindicated.
It is safe to do Ashiatsu on clients with recent surgeries.
Two-footed work should be done on every client.
Scoliosis, kyphosis and lordosis are contraindicated for Ashiatsu.
Stepping on armpit hair or breast tissue should be avoided.
Watching client’s body language is imperative.
You should apply deep pressure on the sternum.
Hemophilia is a contraindication for Ashiatsu.
A doctor’s prescription will negate your liability.
Care should be taken with clients with diabetes and osteoporosis.
It is safe to do Ashiatsu on the Frail Elderly.
Ashiatsu is indicated for swollen and inflamed areas.
You should step gently, not stomp around the client.
Antibacterial wipes are suitable for cleaning feet.
Stepping over client’s face is acceptable.
If toes cramp you should flex them back.
Massage is contraindicated in pathologies in acute stages.
Anma roll should be applied very lightly.
Do not apply pressure to back of client’s neck on Two-footed Spinal Stretch.
It is correct to place foot on sacrum and push straight down.
You should lean slightly forward on Quad stand.
Ashiatsu is not for client’s taking medications that inhibit sensation.
Ashiatsu is recommended for client’s who want deep pressure.
Ashiatsu elongates and broadens the muscles at the same time.
Zoro toe should be sharp.
Ashiatsu will provide a lasting future for your career.
What is gluteal?
What is the gluteal fold?
Location of Quadratus Lumborum?
Where is the Pectoralis Minor?
On Two-footed W/L/R heels twist:
What is a figure 8?
On what strokes do we return with a drag stroke?
Define gluteal cleft?
Which is headt/foot?
Which is foot/foot?
When should Advanced work be applied?
Ways to keep feet in good shape?