Benjamin B. Eugenio Jr, LMT, CIBTAC, MPA
Asian Wellness and Spa Academy
OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE
 Define Pisil Massage and its Benefits & advantages
 Discuss human anatomy & physiology
 Know ...
COURSE OUTLINE
 Module 1 Course Introduction
 Module 2 Basic Anatomy & Physiology
 Module 3 Fundamentals of Pisil Massa...
Module 1
COURSE
INTRODUCTION
 Objectives
 General: Define Pisil Massage, its benefits &

advantages
 Specific participa...
What is Pisil?
 It is a hands –on method of preventive health care and

therapy that
 Increases vitality

 Relieves fat...
Benefits of Pisil Massage


Promotes physical, emotional & psychological well-being

 Stimulates body’s self-healing pow...
Contraindications to Massage
 Absolute-high blood, fever, cancer, intoxication, post

operation & pregnancy.
 Relative- ...
Module 2
Basic Anatomy & Physiology
 Objectives:
 General: Discuss human anatomy & physiology
 Specific: The participan...
Definition of Terms
 Massage – is the manipulation of soft body tissues through
manual or mechanical means for relaxation...
Systems of the Body
 1. Skin – separates the human body from outside world
 2. Muscular system- gives shape & bulk/form ...
 5. Circulatory system- delivers oxygen & nutrients to the
body’s tissues & removes waste products

 6. Respiratory syst...
 8.

Urinary system- filters & excretes waste from the body /
consists of two kidneys & two ureters, one urinary
bladder,...
Module 3
Fundamentals of Pisil
 Objectives:



General: Know & apply Pisil Massage
Specific: The participants shall be ...
3 Hand Signals


Clenched fist – pressure is too hard or painful



Close-open hand- pressure is too light & needs more ...
5 Basic Hand Techniques
 1. One-thumb press- ball of the thumb
 2. Two-thumb press-side by side

 3. Thumb-on-thumb pre...
Degree of Pressure
 Light pressure- children & elderly
 Standard pressure-surface of the muscle
 Medium pressure-pleasu...
Stages of Massage
 Pre-massage- preparation prior to massage
 During massage- actual application of massage
 Post-massa...
Body Mechanics
 Kneel rest- buttocks & heel touching
 Partial kneeling- one knee on the floor, the other knee is
raised
...
Breathing Techniques
 Deep breathing at all times (both therapist & client)
 Inhale with the nose, exhale with the mouth...
Equipment for massage
 1. 70% isopropyl alcohol
 2. Clean towels

 3. “malong” or lenin
 4. Rubber mats for floor sess...
Ethical Considerations
 As therapist, be professional in manner & thought
 In case of abuse:
 First attempt- hand repos...
Module 4
Pisil Massage Sequence
Objectives
 General: Apply Pisil Massage sequence
 Specific: Participants shall be able...
Whole body Sequence
 Part 1 – Neck & back Leeg at likod
 Part 2- Buttocks Puwit

 Part 3- Legs

& feet (prone) Hita at ...
 Part 6 –Arms & hands (Supine) Braso at kamay

 Part 7-Chest Dibdib
 Part 8- Head Ulo
 Part 9 – Face Mukha

 Part 10-...
Module 5
Individual Assessment
Objectives:
 General: Assess

participants’ learning skills

 Specific: Participants sha...
Thank you
Maraming Salamat po
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PISIL masssage is a Department of Health accredited massage training modality equivalent to 30 units. The training lasts for a few hours to three days. After the training an evaluation is held before a training certificate may be issued.

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PISIL MASSAGE

  1. 1. Benjamin B. Eugenio Jr, LMT, CIBTAC, MPA Asian Wellness and Spa Academy
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE  Define Pisil Massage and its Benefits & advantages  Discuss human anatomy & physiology  Know and apply the fundamentals of Pisil Massage  Know and apply the Pisil Massage sequence  Assess the learning skills of participants
  3. 3. COURSE OUTLINE  Module 1 Course Introduction  Module 2 Basic Anatomy & Physiology  Module 3 Fundamentals of Pisil Massage  Module 4 Pisil Massage sequence  Module 5 Assessment
  4. 4. Module 1 COURSE INTRODUCTION  Objectives  General: Define Pisil Massage, its benefits & advantages  Specific participants shall be able to:     -Define what is Pisil Massage is -Know its advantages -Identify benefits -Describe the anatomical terms  -Discuss about massage contraindications
  5. 5. What is Pisil?  It is a hands –on method of preventive health care and therapy that  Increases vitality  Relieves fatigue  Stimulates the body’s natural healing power by pressure applied to key points of the body.
  6. 6. Benefits of Pisil Massage  Promotes physical, emotional & psychological well-being  Stimulates body’s self-healing powers  Prevents illnesses  Restores balance of energy  Easy to learn
  7. 7. Contraindications to Massage  Absolute-high blood, fever, cancer, intoxication, post operation & pregnancy.  Relative- varicose veins, burns, wounds or bone fracture.  Medical-diabetes, weak heart condition, leukemia, others.
  8. 8. Module 2 Basic Anatomy & Physiology  Objectives:  General: Discuss human anatomy & physiology  Specific: The participant shall be able to:  Define anatomy & physiology  What constitutes the human body  Describe & differentiate human body system
  9. 9. Definition of Terms  Massage – is the manipulation of soft body tissues through manual or mechanical means for relaxation or therapeutic purposes.  Anatomy – study of human structure  Physiology-study of bodily functions & its interrelationships  Human Body- complex system made of billions cells, tissues & organs
  10. 10. Systems of the Body  1. Skin – separates the human body from outside world  2. Muscular system- gives shape & bulk/form an individual’s physique/provides movement  3. Skeletal system-helps give the body shape & protects the internal organs.  4. Nervous system- composed of the brain, the spinal cord, and the nerves/two major functions- communication and control.
  11. 11.  5. Circulatory system- delivers oxygen & nutrients to the body’s tissues & removes waste products  6. Respiratory system- consists of organs that let us breath/when airs enter the body, it does through the mouth & the nose  7. Digestive system- composed of the alimentary tract & accessory organs/main functions are to ingest food & to get rid of waste
  12. 12.  8. Urinary system- filters & excretes waste from the body / consists of two kidneys & two ureters, one urinary bladder, & one urethra  9. Endocrine system-endocrine glands regulate the body by secreting hormones directly into the blood stream  10. Reproductive system- responsible in human procreation
  13. 13. Module 3 Fundamentals of Pisil  Objectives:   General: Know & apply Pisil Massage Specific: The participants shall be able to:  Identify five (5) hand movements  Differentiate four (4) degrees of pressures  Discuss three (3) stages of massage  Perform various body mechanics  Discuss on breathing techniques  Identify equipment for massage  Ethical considerations in doing massage
  14. 14. 3 Hand Signals  Clenched fist – pressure is too hard or painful  Close-open hand- pressure is too light & needs more pressure  Thumbs up sign- if the pressure is satisfactory
  15. 15. 5 Basic Hand Techniques  1. One-thumb press- ball of the thumb  2. Two-thumb press-side by side  3. Thumb-on-thumb press- to exert more pressure  4. Thumb-and-four fingers- cover wider range  5. One-palm press – pressure is even
  16. 16. Degree of Pressure  Light pressure- children & elderly  Standard pressure-surface of the muscle  Medium pressure-pleasurable discomfort  Strong pressure –Stiff muscles
  17. 17. Stages of Massage  Pre-massage- preparation prior to massage  During massage- actual application of massage  Post-massage- things to do after treatment also called after care
  18. 18. Body Mechanics  Kneel rest- buttocks & heel touching  Partial kneeling- one knee on the floor, the other knee is raised  Upright kneeling-both knees on the floor angular position
  19. 19. Breathing Techniques  Deep breathing at all times (both therapist & client)  Inhale with the nose, exhale with the mouth  Consistent all through out
  20. 20. Equipment for massage  1. 70% isopropyl alcohol  2. Clean towels  3. “malong” or lenin  4. Rubber mats for floor session, massage table foe elevated session
  21. 21. Ethical Considerations  As therapist, be professional in manner & thought  In case of abuse:  First attempt- hand repositioning  Second attempt- verbally remind client & hand  repositioning  Third attempt- Leave room & report to supervisor
  22. 22. Module 4 Pisil Massage Sequence Objectives  General: Apply Pisil Massage sequence  Specific: Participants shall be able to:  Execute the massage modality from the pre-massage  post-massage stages  Perform the massage from Part 1 through Part 10  Apply all the skills and information relevant in the course
  23. 23. Whole body Sequence  Part 1 – Neck & back Leeg at likod  Part 2- Buttocks Puwit  Part 3- Legs & feet (prone) Hita at paa  Part 4- Legs & feet (supine) Hita at paa  Part 5-Stomach Tiyan
  24. 24.  Part 6 –Arms & hands (Supine) Braso at kamay  Part 7-Chest Dibdib  Part 8- Head Ulo  Part 9 – Face Mukha  Part 10- After care Alagang pinoy
  25. 25. Module 5 Individual Assessment Objectives:  General: Assess participants’ learning skills  Specific: Participants shall be expected to:  Take and pass the written examination  Take and pass the oral and practical examination
  26. 26. Thank you Maraming Salamat po
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