Transverse STR was conceived about 15 years ago when I started playing around with the angles, direction, and methods of applying the classical form of STR. It was with the intention of achieving a better outcome that required less effort on my part but felt better for my client. As a result, the advantages proved to be many.
Takes into account the structural limitations of hypermobile clients (including pregnant women)
efficient use of multi-pennate muscles
This technique can be applied to shallow areas of muscle
The releasing of the diaphragm and the abdominals are no longer an issue
Awkward areas such as along the length of the spine are
'Ropey muscles' can be efficiently softened and 'stretched'
It will save your hands and thumbs, you will be able to apply a strong, and sensitive technique without strain to yourself
If you want a technique that will
effectively get the job done with ease, one that can easily be integrated into how you already work, this will do it.
I suspect you just might leave with the same passion for it as I have.