The Official World Online Massage Championship

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The IMC asked Agda Ferreira Bianco

Q1

Tell as a few words about you and your experience as a massage therapist

I’m Agda Bianco, humanized holistic therapist, with more than 30 years of acting and learning, and 16 years that I have also been working as a Training Instructor of Massage Therapy. I am passionate about the results of a massage, because when we touch another human being, I get incredible results, aware that the greatest tool is the energy of love placed in each humanized technique, in each movement performed, and so I harmonize and expand the technique, very fluidly.

Q2

What is the motivation for your participation in the online INTERNATIONAL MASSAGE CHAMPIONSHIP 2021

My motivation is to inspire people to learn more about massage skills and show that pain is a worldwide feeling that can indeed be alleviated with techniques and healing energy through the hands. And I also found an opportunity, through this contest, to continue strengthening this millenary profession.

Q3

What message would you sent to the therapists of your country?

The touch of the hands transmits healing and humanized emotions through massage. We do massage to be better with others and with ourselves.

Q4

Tell us a few words of the treatment you will present us in this championship

The proposed technique brings classic movements, for relaxation and anti-stress purpouse, which I add vibrating movements, because the bones are also able to adjust. In this technique there is harmony, fluidity and connection. The minimum is the maximum.
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Swedish-Classic Massage, Agda Bianco, Brazil.

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SWEDISH-CLASSIC MASSAGE

The technique uses the hands and forearms for muscle relaxation and stress relief, using vegetable oil with essential oils that enhance the result. Vibration and muscle release techniques were performed.