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How To Massage Like A Professional

Learn the massage techniques professionals use and get professional results

Nancy Blachly, LMT, NCBTMB

© 1988 Nancy Blachly
All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form

  • Simple, easy to follow as you work along with the video step-by-step
  • Learn to massage with confidence
  • Connect with others on a profoundly healing level
  • Help friends and family enjoy a deep sense of peace and well-being
  • Full body massage course taught at colleges by nationally certified massage therapy instructor with 34 years experience teaching health and massage

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What students have said about this Massage Course:

“My husband and I love it! We follow the video step-by-step and are really getting the strokes down. It’s been a wonderful way to share some quality time together.”

“My girlfriend is thrilled that I can massage her like this now and I’m thinking about taking this up as a career now.”

“Just watching this video makes me feel relaxed.”

“I’ve watched most of the other massage videos on the internet and think they must be for people who already do this for a living. I like this one because it’s really easy for a beginner like me to follow and I learned a ton.”

“Outstanding instruction. I found this massage course to be comprehensive and easy to follow. As others have said, it’s geared for the beginning student who wants to help family and friends relieve stress, subdue aches and pains, and restore in them a sense of well-being.”

About the Author
Nancy Blachly, CMT, NCTMB has been a licensed massage therapist In Lake Tahoe since 1984, a 22+ year member of the American Massage Therapy Association, and a Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, NCTMB. After graduating Magna cum Laude from the University of Wisconsin with a pre-med focus in human anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology, and a Phi Beta Sigma award for distinguished scholarship, and then teaching High School for several years, she became one of the early pioneers and first licensed massage therapist in South Lake Tahoe. She instituted and taught massage therapy at the Lake Tahoe Community Collage in addition to maintaining a private massage practice where she sees clients from all walks of life– including golf, ski, and cycling professionals , film, television, and music recording celebrities.
Her additional training includes neuromuscular deep tissue release, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain, lymphatic massage, Emotional Freedom Technique, Inter-dimensional Healing, acupressure vortex points, Biogenesis Energy Healing, reflexology, and Complimentary and Alternative Medicine Research methods. She’s also a certified BioAcoustic Research Associate working with sound frequency and vibration as a healing modality.
As a way of sharing her knowledge and experience with others, she teamed with her sister, Bonita Blachly, an award winning film director, to create the video and workbook “How to Massage Like a Professional” in 1987. 

About the Producer/ Narrator
Bonita Blachly, winner of 10 WPAC Excellence in Broadcasting awards for her video productions from 2004 – 2008, has enjoyed an active career in television taking on a variety of roles in front of the camera as well as behind the scenes - producer, director, writer, editor, and cameraman.  Beginning her professional training at the University of Wisconsin, Bonita has been the vibrant stage and television personality hosting shows for Lifetime, TNN, and HGTV networks and performing as talent for commercials, training videos, and books-on-tape.  Bonita’s performances and productions have delighted audiences of all ages and interests.

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