Third Book in You Knead Me Series: How to Massage Your Partner's Chest and Tummy in 10 Easy Ways

Back with her third book in the “You Knead Me Series”, Author Yasuko Kawamura teaches “How to Massage Your Partner’s Chest and Tummy in 10 Easy Ways.”

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Learning to massage your loved one is a gift that keeps on giving for years to come.

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2013

Stressed bodies tend to hunch. Rounded shoulders cause the shortness of breath and neck strain which can further affect the body and mind. What can be done to alleviate these symptoms? Author Yasuko Kawamura releases her latest video eBook, “You Knead Me: How to Massage Your Partner’s Chest and Tummy in 10 Easy Ways.”

Author Kawamura states, “Learning to massage your loved one is a gift that keeps on giving for years to come.” In “How to Massage Your Partner’s Chest and Tummy in 10 Easy Ways” readers will learn that massaging the chest area is very important in correcting posture. Releasing the tight chest muscles allows the shoulders to open, bring the neck and head back into the correct position. The good posture is also known to improve the mood and energy, even feelings of depression. It literally helps to keep the head up high during the tough times. Massaging the stomach area helps improve digestion.

“How to Massage Your Partner’s Chest and Tummy in 10 Easy Ways” is a non-sexual home massage guide. Each massage technique comes with a video instruction. As with her previous video eBooks, this comes with bonus techniques also with the video instructions.

“You Knead Me: How to Massage Your Partner’s Chest and Tummy in 10 Easy Ways" is available on Amazon worldwide. It can be downloaded for free through Tuesday, February 19, 2013 PST. To interview the author, contact her through her website.

About Yasuko Kawamura

Yasuko Kawamura is a nationally certified licensed massage therapist, holistic health practitioner, and Reiki practitioner based in Orange County, California. Originally a computer engineer, Kawamura discovered her passion for the healing arts while dealing with a challenging relationship.

Seeing a need to show people how to connect with their partners through caring touch, Kawamura added classes for couples to her massage practice. By showing couples how to effectively massage each other in a non-sexual manner, she promotes physical and emotional intimacy, improved communication, and, of course, love between the couple.


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