Hi, I'm not sure if this belongs in reflexology, but seems like a good place to start as many reflexologists seem to move on to metamorphic techniqie too. I recently went on a course and loved this technique. I am currently at the stage of giving my 50 sessions (and receiving 20) before the second part of the course. On the course we gave and received sessions sat upright in a normal chair, with foot or hand on a cushion on the lap, and this seems fairly practical. However, it is not as relaxing this way as it could be. I believe others may give sessions on a couch or in a lafuma recliner, which is great for doing the feet and hands. But it leaves the problem of the head! Do you then disturb the client and move them to a chair? Do you give session on couch, but reclined rather than flat, but still leaves the problem of reaching the head down towards the base of the skull??? If in a Lafuma, do you then put chair upright when moving to the head, and intoduce a towel or cushion to give access to head? I've experimented a bit, but I'm still not sure of the best way! What do other practtioners find works best for them and for clients comfort and enjoyment?!