© Helen Lesser, 2015
One of the drawbacks of using the Hand Levitation as an induction is that the patient needs to be sitting upright in order to gain maximum benefit from the technique. The ‘power’ of this technique lies in the patient being able to see the ‘impossible’ occurring before their very eyes.
If your reclining chair has a semi-reclined position and/or footrest, this would certainly be useful providing the patient can still
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