Learn the anatomy of the neck and shoulders, assessment of muscular imbalances of the neck and shoulder, and a massage protocol for all three levels of whiplash: mild, moderate and severe.
With forward head posture, comes many health issues as well as pain. Learn this clinical protocol to help reverse the forward head posture and get your clients on a pain-free, dis-ease-free path.
This course was developed to create a deeper understanding of physical imbalances in the shoulder girdle to prevent or rehab injuries.
By working with the fascial envelope you can begin to correct any mal-alignments of the body including: postural, positional, work or sport related, as well as physical and emotional issues.
Enhance your capacity to eliminate or reduce chronic pain.
Learn a deeper understanding of physical imbalances in the neck, shoulder and arm to help diminish symptoms of Thoracic Outlet and Carpal Tunnel Syndromes.
This course covers 20 carefully chosen Assisted Stretching Postures From Thai Massage and how to perform them on the massage table. These techniques are assisted stretching of fascia, tendons, ligaments and muscles at their best! Assisted Stretching is within the scope of Massage Therapy, focusing on connective tissue stretching which is very different from muscle massage.
Learn how to assess and apply specific corrective techniques for both the Sacrum and Cervical spine. Also, learn cranial vault mobilization techniques that help normalize the tone of the intracranial fascia.
This clinical course is a generalized overview of Position of Ease Techniques and how to apply them to reset the low back and hips. Students must have some clinical experience in massage therapy in order to take this course.
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.”