As of March 1st 2016, Carol Scheidel, has assumed outright ownership of R J Buckle Associates and is now Director of RJ Buckle Associates. Dr Jane Buckle has retired. Carol has been an instructor for RJ Buckle Associates for many years and the business will continue very much as it is now, but with some exciting new ideas on the horizon. Dr Buckle will help with the settling-in phase until June 30th, 2016.
The ‘M’ technique®
Touch is one of the basic forms of communications, yet many of us are afraid to touch those who need it most.
The ‘M’ technique® is a simple method of structured touch. Each movement and sequence is done in a set pattern at a set pressure and set speed, which never change. The M technique is different from massage and can be learned in a weekend.
The ‘M’ technique® is suitable for the very fragile; the critically ill, actively dying, or when the giver is not trained in massage. The ‘M’ technique® works on skin receptors which send signals to the brain and has been described as ‘physical hypnotherapy’ and a ‘spiritual dance’.
Anyone can learn the ‘M’ technique® – it is suitable for caregivers, family members, volunteers and friends as well as nurses and doctors. The The ‘M’ technique® course is accredited by FHT (Federation of Holistic Therapists) and CThA (Complementary Therapists Association) for CPD credit and is insured by Balens Ltd.
This new instructional DVD will show you how to relax someone in about 5 minutes. This professionally made DVD takes you step-by-step through a hand and foot M Technique. Filmed in a hospice, it is an excellent way to learn the Hand & Foot M Technique. Suitable for nurses, health professionals, carers, volunteers, family members and friends.
"The ‘M’ technique® is much lighter and more soothing than conventional massage. Patients relax quickly and deeply." Sara Percival RN. St Helena’s Hospice. Colchester
The ‘M’ technique® seems like a hypnotic-like dance and I feel invigorated and nourished –Fea Templeton. Massage Therapist. London.
The ‘M’ technique® enabled me to do something lovely and soothing for my mother at the end of her life. J Smith. London