Dynamic Rapid Massage
Multi-level training system
The effectiveness of Dynamic Rapid Massage is based on the precise, artistic execution and coordination of rhythm, movement, breathing and different techniques. That is why cultivating and learning at a high level is not an easy task. To get the right effect in a relatively short amount of time, you need to be in excellent physical and mental condition, and have excellent whole-body movement and breathing ergonomics, as well as a sense of rhythm.
To develop and make all this a routine, 3 level training system is available in our school!
„The education was very good. We had an excellent instructor, who was always there, watching and helping in everything. Besides it we had a great team as well. In Germany, where I live, I have some practice in wellness massages and reiki. However, this is an entirely different approach to physiotherapy. The feedback from the guests was very helpful in the course. I’m glad, that we can learn this technique.”
Falk Hoppe (2016, Everness DRM basic course) – dental technician, masseur, reiki handler
Basic course (level 1.):
The basic training of our school is a 4-day (4 x 6 hours) introductory course where we get to know the basics. We learn whole-body movement ergonomics, breathing ergonomics, practice rhythm and momentum coordination; and in the meantime we get acquainted with the technical system of Dynamic Rapid Massage, and learn in basic level how to perform it.
After completing the basic course, you will not be able to do Rapid Massage professionally, however, if you are learn these principles, techniques, forms of movements, breathings and rhythmics, it can be an excellent further training option, if you are masseur or other physio-therapist, in addition even if you are a musician or exercise artist. Because there is no stakes in basic training – we only take a symbolic basic exam at the end -, it is recommended for anyone and can be done by anyone who feels determined and persevering for a hard, focused workout and is open to new things.
Rapid Massage Service gives some jobs for the most talented masseurs, sometimes even after the basic course.
I was learning Dynamic Rapid Massage at the 2018 Summer Everness Festival. Sanka (Sándor Nagy) gave us the theoretical foundations and practical tricks in a concise, yet sufficiently thorough, informative and understandable form. The mood was always good, even if we were tired after a few days. The team was super, and the fast-paced, precise, energetic massage movements was also excellent. I didn’t have any professional training or experience in massage before. But based on the feedback from the guests there, we successfully mastered the curriculum. Thank you very much for everything I got with this, I learned about massage and myself. Thank you for all the help, friendship, atmosphere, joyful moments, hours, days. Wherever you go on your way, if you feel attracted to something similar, it’s worth “stopping” here and trying yourself out. I am sure you will move on with wonderful experiences, effective hands-on experiences and some new friendships. ”
Miklós Csipkay (2018, Everness DRM basic course) – movement and attitude developer, zumba instructor
Further trainings (level 2.)
In Hungary, after passing the basic exam, if you are really serious and really want to learn Dynamic Rapid Massage well, you can come to further training sessions. By attending these occasional 3-4 hour sessions, you become a really good rapid masseur. At the level 2 trainings we learn and practice all the techniques broken down into elements, with the right movements, breathings and rhythms. Meanwhile, we are enriched with more detailed anatomical and energetical knowledge, we master the method of momentum coordination at the skill level, and we also develop the boundaries of our mental and physical condition.
At the level 2 exam are already subject to strict professional requirements. In addition to the more significant theoretical curriculum, breathing and movement ergonomics, momentum coordination, and rhythm dynamics are not 1-2 months until somebody learns to apply them professionally in practice. So this level is the longest term of Dynamic Rapid Massage Education.Because of these, passing this exam is not tied to time, only to knowledge and performance. Everyone can try to pass these exams when their preparedness and condition reaches the required level.
Upon successful completion of the second level exam, the candidate can say that he / she knows the technical system, breathing and movement culture of Dynamic Rapid Massage at a skill level, both in theory and in practice; and also has a general anatomical, energetic, and ergonomic literacy.
“I finished the course at the 2015 Everness Festival. I was chosen based on my CV and my motivational letter. The course was an exciting and unique experience, especially after I could use my massage skills. Since then, I am much more open with people. I have learned a lot, but I am still learning by continuing the work with the team. It is very uplifting. I would recommend it to anyone.”
Andrea Lőrincz (2015, Everness DRM basic course) – language teacher dancer, massage therapist
Further trainings (level 3.)
It can’t be said enough about how important perfect movement, breathing, and execution are to be able to do a treatment in 10 minutes that not superficial, but gives the patient a really great experience. And this practical knowledge is really not easy to acquire, so thats why we have 3 level training system.
So when we have passed the second level exam and we already know the techniques and movements well, and we know when, why and how to breathe to support our movement with it, a lot of our energy is released. This is when we turn this released energy (our attention) inward, focusing on our breathing. The goal is for movement and breathing to be in perfect harmony with each other, and to help each other find a balance through proper focus.
When we find this harmony, our senses open. Then, by directing our attention outwards again, we can perceive our subject better with our touch, we can perform deeper, more effective and more varied treatments.
INTERESTING: The combination of breathing and movement with focused attention is called Qi Gong (Qi-kung) in Chinese medicine. This technique is the basis of many oriental healing and martial and movement arts. Due to its immune-boosting and concentration-enhancing effects, some Chinese hospitals still prescribe simpler Qi Gong practices for certain diseases. Qi Gong is an active meditation.
Yes, on the third level we learn how to make our work an active meditation. In addition to the development of our senses and concentration, our physical capacity also increases during treatment with Chi-kung. We will be able to do more massages without getting tired, and thus we will be able to pass the last, hardest level exam. Both quality and quantity matter in this exam to see the harmony of breathing and movement, and the resulting higher load capacity. This means that we can’t properly prepare for it just during workouts, as we can’t massage each other 10 times, 20 times, 30 times in a row because it’s not healthy (mainly because of the stretches). Therefore, we prepare for the this level exam during on many “sharp” works, where is a lot of people for massage.
For this you need a kind of “warrior spirit” in order to experience the extreme load and continuous concentration as good and useful, and the amount of work does not go to the detriment of quality.
Anyone who has also successfully passed the advanced level exam can rightly call themselves an artist-level connoisseur of Dynamic Rapid Massage, but also a breathing and movement artist.
“What I got at the school, is not just a diploma. It’s not just a profession. The goodness, what you can get here. Sensitive things, what I learned here, and not just in the field of massage. Sanka conveys his very high-standard science selflessly. Thanks to the good-looking classes and performance style, it’s the only one school, I’ve ever wanted to go to. I recommend to everyone. Changing your life in roots. Like my own. Thank you for the opportunity!”
Tamás Andor Kolozsvári (2012, Pálinka Festival DRM course)– office worker, graffity artist, massage therapist