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The Treatment

This is your project page to get an insight into a full body treatment with the Swaywaver.

The videos are divided into individual topics and help you to get a feel for how to use the Swaywaver and its method correctly.



Preparing/Positioning Explain to the guest the treatment sequence and how the treatment table works (also ask them about complaints, dizziness or allergic reactions to products).


The guest always gets on to the treatment table on the opposite side. The therapist always stands on the side of the mechanics. (This is also the base position for the entire treatment and must be returned to again and again (anchor point). The guest lies face down on the face & neck cushion or face up on a flat treatment cushion.


Proper positioning of the guest on the treatment table is key to effective treatment.

Proper positioning of the guest on the treatment table is key to effective treatment.


1. Strokes thumb/finger, 1-3 repetitions 1. We begin from the starting point El Coxis (the coccyx) with a sweeping movement up along the side of the spine to the neck. (Lateral to the latissimus on the multifidus and the spinalis thoracic to the trapezius and the underlying rhomboideus major / serratus over the splenius to the semispinalis) 2. This is followed by the same maneuver with the fingers on the other side of the longisimus (back extensors). For this we use the (downward) sway of the Swaywaver. 2. Friction thumb/finger, 1-3 repetitions (rule thumb to fingers/fingers to thumb) 1. Thumb friction - with the thumb circling sideways over the gluteus to the M.tensor fascia lata and back to the starting point. From there along the spine to the neck and sideways back down with the flat hand, with pressure sideways over the buttocks (gluteus) back to the starting point. (Beginning of the longisimus) directly between the buttocks. 2. Finger friction same procedure 3. Palm friction same procedure OSTEO SKIN C O S M E T I C S 3. Kneading whole hand/double thumb friction same procedure Rotate the Swaywaver and with long strokes, smooth out the entire back area we just treated. Cranial 4. Harmony Stroking Maneuvers with both hands bilaterally (both halves of the back) With flat hands, apply strokes from the anchor point laterally (sideways) over the hips, then cranial to the shoulders/neck. Back to the side and repeat if necessary. Using alternate double thumb friction, apply cranial strokes from the anchor point.


1. Strokes Smooth out the shoulder blade with the palm of your hand and bent fingers. Caudal/Cranial (top down then reversed). 2. Friction Fingers circling cranial around shoulder blade (thumb to fingers/fingers to thumb) Stabilize with one hand (right), work with the other hand (left).

3. Double thumb stroking Stroke caudally from the neck to the scapula (shoulder blade). (M.trapezius) Then distal (side) of the spine towards the scapula (shoulder blade) Repeat several times as needed. Smooth out around the shoulder blade with the palm of your hand. 4. Double thumb pressure Palpate/inspect the spine. Work cranial from the 7th thoracic vertebra up to 1 thoracic vertebra using the sway movement (at least 2-3 sways for each vertebra)5.Kneading Trapezius (if a large muscle) with both hands, (if a small muscle) with your fingers. Stroking double thumb/hand/palm

legs back side and feet

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arms and hands

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double thumb/hand and finger nodules stroking


Stroke caudally away from the vertebrae alternately with both thumbs (use the sway of the treatment table). Smooth out with both hands flat and then with the finger nodules (caudal medial and caudal lateral, back and forth). Lateral smoothing out of the shoulders and neck with the rotation of the table. Let the guest make one complete turn with momentum.

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