I have both done and received 4-hands... when done well, its definitely helps me get out of my head and into my body... I think to receive it and enjoy it, one needs to be into that experience, a little bit of sensory overload can either help release, or drive you nuts...and also, one should not really be expecting specific isolated tissue work...because, for all the reasons stated...syncronized movements between two therapists at that level is really tricky...and when its not the same, i personnaly find it annoying. But, for a flowing, gentle healing experience...allowing my body to find its own way, four hands is a winner for me. <br><br>I find it a lot harder to give 4-handed work, because I not only have to create a working space with my client, but I have to commune in that same space with the other MT... and, short of choreographing/scripting the massage, that requires real connection between MT's. I have one trade that we sometimes do 4-hand work for/with, and it works great...but for most others...2 hands is usually sufficient. <br><br>However, I am always ready to try it with someone, if anyone is interested.<br><br>Rob<br> <br>
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