Use All Your Senses
As I sat (laid around) in massage school, I wondered why we didn't use all our senses when getting a massage. I knew we used hearing via music, smell through aromatherapy, touch was obvious and even taste was handled, by some therapists that greeted their clients, with a chocolate on their pillow or a breath mint afterwards.
But what about sight? I dreamed of a projector hooked into the sound system that would somehow show the crashing ocean on the ceiling for my client just as the sound hit their ears. I even envisioned the speakers built into the tables so you could control the sounds and movements on the ceiling.
But I didn't give up. I knew there were pressure points forming in and around the eye (orbital) muscles just like everywhere else in the body. I kept digging.
Finally pay dirt! I found Dr. Jacob Liberman. He is to me as Peter Ling is to massage. Ling's Swedish Gymnastics was as much gymnastics as Swedish Massage. He exercised the body to achieve better joint mobilization for his fencing. It also explained his interest in the martial arts.
Dr. Liberman has invented the perfect eye massage, eye yoga and eye exerciser. Two weeks after I started using the eyeport, my sight was fine. I had been noticing them getting weaker with the years. I do not endorse products lightly.
This one I do whole heartedly.