Cervical Stenosis and Mobilization of the Shoulder: Reducing Cervical Compression

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Cervical Stenosis usually unfolds as a slow insidious progression without obvious markers for its presence. Often, it is the pattern of what a client reveals to you both verbally and how their tissues respond to your bodywork that alerts you to this progression. The most consistent marker of cervical stenosis is when a client reports previous problems of the upper & lower extremity on the “same side.”

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Integrated Restoration Technique: Russian Sports Massage

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The class will present both pre and post event techniques including multiple types of effleurage, friction, vibration, range of motion and muscle energy. Also being covered will be the effects of massage on the skin, muscle, connective tissue, tendon, ligament, joints and nervous systems.

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