Second Video eBook in You Knead Me Series: 'How To Massage Your Partner's Feet In 10 Easy Ways' Free For One More Day on Amazon
Irvine, CA – What does the flight attendant or person that work in retail do after standing on their feet day in and day out? How can they be comforted by the one they love and feel revived? Back with her second video eBook in the You Knead Me Series, Author Yasuko Kawamura announces the release of You Knead Me: How to Massage Your Partner's Feet in 10 Easy Ways.
There are more than 7,000 nerves in the feet. People's feet carry all the weight especially if they have a job where they are standing or if they are an athlete. Author Kawamura states, 'Using the reflexology concept in which the entire body can be mapped on the feet, massaging the feet is like massaging the entire body. The good news is that you don't have to be a reflexologist to give a good relaxing foot massage at home.'
You Knead Me: How to Massage Your Partner's Feet in 10 Easy Ways reveals those easy ways to remove the stress and connect you even closer to your partner. Some of those techniques are called 'Spread Foot', 'Palm Circle Arch' and even 'Trench Foot'. To ensure the ease of learning for the readers, each technique is provided with a video instruction as well. Just like with the first book on How to Massage Your Partner's Neck in 10 Easy Ways, readers will discover some bonus videos with this second book.
You Knead Me: How To Massage Your Partner series reveals non-sexual massage techniques utilizing videos as well as the communication tips and much more that will help you enjoy giving and receiving massage with each other. Each book concentrates on a certain part of the body to massage.
Currently #1 in both Massage and Family Activities free categories, You Knead Me: How to Massage Your Partner's Feet In 10 Easy Ways can be downloaded for free for one more day through 12/25/12 PST on Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/V5jQrG
About the author
Yasuko Kawamura of Bliss Squared Massage is a nationally certified Licensed Massage Therapist based in Orange County, California. Originally a computer engineer, Yasuko accidentally found her passion in healing arts dealing with a challenging relationship. Yasuko specializes in classes for couples to connect through caring touch.
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