Allowing yourself to be less focussed on the outcome, and much more accepting of whatever seeks to emerge during a treatment gives both client and practitioner the freedom to open themselves to the creativity and sponteneity of the moment. Pain is rarely a purely physical event. Backacke for instance often emerges from an armoured storehouse of many years of suppressed emotion, of body patterns which have congealed in such a way as to to help us avoid the messy business of feeling. We can't just take away years of contraction by merely putting our hands on. Before that can happen there has to be a shedding of the layers of resistance, a moment of vulnerability for both parties. This workshop explores that space and what it feels like.