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Manupractic™ (formerly known as Dayana Technique) is an additional technique used by massage therapists. It combines the techniques of Esalen massage, myofascial release, Lomilomi, Qigong, and energy work to produce a blend that brings the most out of the therapeutic benefits of a whole-body approach.
Lincoln Lau trained in massage therapy, Esalen Massage, Lomilomi, Qi Gong, and in energy work techniques. In the late 1990s, he combined them to develop Manupractic™'s unique free-flowing method of work.
The Manupractic™ technique is often used as a complementary technique in massage therapy. Treatment consists of longer and lighter strokes across large body areas. The strokes aim to focus the client away from intense remedial work and re-integrate the worked body part into the experience of the body as a whole.
Manupractic™ is a whole-body treatment which has the same benefits of massage therapy, such as treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions and accelerating the healing process by having a positive affect on the circulatory and lymphatic systems.
A level of training that includes every competency component needed to safely and appropriately apply the treatment.
An additional treatment that first requires the practitioners to be trained in an appropriate related discipline.