Self Massage 16 – Symptoms2

[ Please turn off Japanese subtitle “CC” ] Casey T, a Hawaii State licensed therapist, teaches how to self-massage using your own body weight. The instructions are intended to ease severe muscle stiffness and not for relaxation. Video No.16 of the series explains how muscle stiffness causes various symptoms.* Coughing / Trouble with swallowing or speaking (Slurring) / Food stuck in the throat:

  • The Sternocleidomastoid (SCM)
  • The Levator Scapulae
  • The Omohyoid
  • The Digastric

Dizziness / Meniere’s Disease:

  • Vestibulocochlear Nerve
  • The Spinalis Capitis
  • The Splenius Capitis

Charley Horse:

  • The Tibialis Posterior
  • The Rectus Femoris (origin)

* Based on the practitioner’s experiences and his own theory. No scientific evidence is provided. To purchase the massage wood tools, please click here.

Self Massage 15 – Symptoms1

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Casey T, a Hawaii State licensed therapist, teaches how to self-massage using your own body weight. The instructions are intended to ease severe muscle stiffness and not for relaxation. Video No.15 of the series explains how muscle stiffness causes various symptoms.* Lower back pain:

  • The Groin
  • The Hamstrings
  • The Psoas Major
  • The Iliacus
  • The Quadratus Lumborum (QL)

The Buttocks Constipation/Indigestion:

  • The Brain Stem
  • The Vagus Nerve

* Based on the practitioner’s experiences and his own theory. No scientific evidence is provided. To purchase the massage wood tools, please click here.

Self Massage 14 – Inner Hip

[ Please turn off Japanese subtitle “CC” ] Casey T, a Hawaii State licensed therapist, teaches how to self-massage using your own body weight. The instructions are intended to ease severe muscle stiffness and not for relaxation. Video No.14 of the series demonstrates how to self-massage the iliopsoas muscles that attach to the lumbar spine (L1 – L5) and the pelvis. Since they are deep muscles, advanced skills are required. The Iliopsoas muscles:

  • The Psoas Major
  • The Iliacus

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Self Massage 13 – Arms

[ Please turn off Japanese subtitle “CC” ] Casey T, a Hawaii State licensed therapist, teaches how to self-massage using your own body weight. The instructions are intended to ease severe muscle stiffness and not for relaxation. Video No.13 of the series demonstrates how to self-massage the arm muscles. It also explains how to detect and soften the muscles which are stiff due to heavy usage of computer mouse. The Upper Arm muscles:

  • The Biceps Brachii
  • The Triceps Brachii
  • The Brachialis

The Forearm muscles:

  • The Brachioradialis
  • The Extensor Digitorum
  • The Extensor Carpi Radialis/Ulnaris
  • The Extensor Digiti Minimi
  • The Flexor Carpi Radialis
  • The Palmaris Longus

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Self Massage 12 – Neck

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Casey T, a Hawaii State licensed therapist, teaches how to self-massage using your own body weight. The instructions are intended to ease severe muscle stiffness and not for relaxation. Video No.12 of the series shows how to self-massage the neck muscles. As mentioned in the video, please be extra careful when you work on the neck muscles as there are jugular veins and carotid arteries. The Neck muscles (front/side):

  • The Sternocleidomastoid (SCM)
  • The Levator Scapulae
  • The Omohyoid
  • The Sternohyoid
  • The Scalene (Anterior/Medius/Posterior)
  • The Digastric

The Neck muscles (rear):

  • The Spinalis Capitis
  • The Splenius Capitis

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