THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.—Developed by licensed massage therapist Heather Karr, this 12-hour continuing education course uses video to demonstrate massage techniques to use with the SPAball Kaddy for a deep and therapeutic massage. The course also shows how to locate common trigger points and how to use a golf ball to eliminate the pain and stiffness associated with them. You will also learn the benefits of using a golf ball while at the same time protecting your hands and thumbs, contraindications, information regarding working on golfers, and marketing tips to help promote your unique massage and business.
Kym Douglas, health and beauty expert, said, “Heather’s Golf Ball Massage is one of my favorite new discoveries! It’s fluid and relaxing, but still therapeutic. Not only did I enjoy Heather’s techniques with the SPAball Kaddy and golf ball, but I use it nightly on my high school football player son Hunter! He loves it and so do I!”
Karr’s unique modality with the golf ball has been mentioned in Golf Digest, Los Angeles Times, FOX’s “Good Day Columbus,” CBS’s “The Doctors,” Hallmark’s “Home & Family Show,” New England Golf Monthly, Golf Canada, SPA Week, Ventura County Star, and more.
As a licensed massage therapist, Karr specializes in modalities ranging from deep tissue and sports massage to hospice therapeutic touch. She was inspired by a client who found relief by rolling around on a golf ball for self-massage. Karr soon found that, although a golf ball is perfectly shaped for smoothly and deeply massaging hard-to-reach muscles on her clients, it was damaging to her palms when used alone. She created a solution to that problem—the SPAball Kaddy. Even for the casual user, the SPAball Kaddy allows anyone to reach deeper into the muscles than when using a golf ball or fingers alone.
The course costs $150 and spa group discounts are available. A SPAball Kaddy and SPAball Kaddy Professional Holster are required in hand before starting the course. Sign up for this course here.
About GBM Health Inc.
GBM Health Inc. is based out of Thousand Oaks, California; for more information visit golfballmassage.com.