Learning and travelling abroad

Try /r/massage

Thai, Balinese, Shiatsu (Japan), Ayurvedic (India), head massage (India), using feet instead of hands (India), Even Finland has a traditional massage technique but I forget the name.

Honestly I didnt want to learn massage in Asia because I lean towards more western style medicine thought. I learned Remedial Massage when I got back home. I would probably like to improve by learning Asian styles after because now I have a better knowledge of muscularsketal systems.

Just when you learn look to make sure theyre properly accredited so you can take the certificates back home. Some countries you want to work in massage is a protected title, or getting insurance to practice becomes difficult.

/r/solotravel Thread