March 9, Sat, Releasing the Rotator Cuff

$150.00

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Releasing the Rotator Cuff with Peggy Lamb
March 9 (Saturday)
10am-6pm
6CEs
$150

People with shoulder dysfunctions and injuries suffer constant pain, interrupted sleep, and loss of range of motion. A comprehensive understanding of the shoulder complex and the skills to precisely release the affected muscles are of the utmost importance to bring your clients to a pain-free state. Experience the power of Peggy Lamb’s Muscle Swimming techniques for yourself, practice the skills in class and be confident you can immediately implement these techniques in your practice.

In addition, if you practice manual therapy in your clinical setting, then you are at a high risk of rotator cuff/shoulder injuries. People with rotator cuff/shoulder dysfunctions and injuries suffer constant pain, interrupted sleep, and loss of range of motion.

Women, please wear sports bra to allow access to the rotator cuff muscles

Where: 3303 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 240 Plano, TX 75023
(off the frontage road of the southbound side of Central/75 and Parker next to HobbyTown USA in the Burlington Coat Factory shopping center)

Testimonial:
Peggy Lamb takes complicated information and articulates it in an easily understood way. Her courses provide specific solutions for solving massage therapists’ client problems.
Her Rotator Cuff workshop gives MTs a panoramic view of shoulder issues, and an array of techniques to spur forward momentum in your practice. Best of all, Peggy helps MTs better serve all our clients. Holly Brooks, LMT

Instructor:
Peggy Lamb, LMT, BCTMB, MA is the founder of Massage Publications/The Abundant Bodyworker, providing resources for massage therapists with continuing education courses, books, and videos and business coaching. Her coaching and course work empower LMT’s so abundance and prosperity flows into their lives.

Peggy is an approved CEU provider for the Texas Department of Health, the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and by the Florida Department of Health. She teaches nationally and is a much in demand presenter for AMTA state chapter conventions.

She brings her eclectic and extensive background into her teaching for an interesting and enlightening learning experience.