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In this segment I'm going to talk a little bit more about working on the shoulders, still on the back of the neck, but I'm actually going to have the client lift up a little bit so I can reach down underneath and be on either side of her spine. And the reason that this one is effective is because the weight of the client's body is helping the pressure of my fingers as they are slowly going up the back and they're going to go all the way back up to the top or bottom, I should say, of the skull again. So, we're working the back, kind of hitting the, in the rhomboids in the back as we're doing this on either side. And a lot of people carry a tremendous amount of stress in the shoulders in this area and this is one way, especially for me as a woman massage therapist, to get a little more intensity into the pressure. We're going to do that one more time, then we're going up the back of the neck all the way to the base of the skull. I like to finish up with this one because it really kinda, I work this area when they're laying face down, but it seems to be a little more pressure this way. Now I'm just going to do a general massage in the shoulders again. You can't seem to do enough of this, and even come up here.