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1. The NCBTMB requires that we put your home address on your transcript. Please enter it in the box below. Don't worry, we will not mail you anything or give it to anyone else.
2. When did Hot Stone massage begin to become popular in America?
3. How do we know Hot Stone massage is popular with Spa customers?
4. What type of stones are used in a Hot Stone massage?
5. Where can you get stones that are good to use in a Hot Stone massage?
6. Where can you get stones that are good to use in a Hot Stone massage?
7. How many stones do you need (about)?
8. The majority of stones in your collection should be how big?
9. Where could you place stationary stones?
10. Why must special precautions be taken for stationary stones?
11. What therapeutic properties does heat have?
12. Which people should seek a doctor’s advice before getting a Hot Stone massage?
13. What can you use to heat your stones?
14. When should you start warming up your stones?
15. What is a safe temperature range for warming your stones?
16. What is a good way to decide if a stone is too hot to use?
17. Why do you not have to worry about maintaining contact with your client during a Hot Stone massage?
18. When efflueraging with a stone, which direction should you move the stones?
19. What should you keep in mind when using a stone to remove an adhesion?
20. What dangers are present in placing stationary stones on the back?
21. What can be used to clean your stones?
22. How can you keep stationary stones on the soles of the feet?

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