Evaluation and Treatment of Shoulder Injuries & Muscle-Specific Deep Tissue Techniques for the Paraspinals and Side-Lying Shoulder
with Brian Utting
Sat & Sun, September 23-24
$325 for both days or $195 for either
16 CE hours total - 8 CE hours each
**10% discount for TLC students/grads**
REGISTER FOR BOTH MUSCLE-SPECIFIC DEEP TISSUE CLASSES FOR A DISCOUNTED PRICE OF JUST $325
You can choose Day 1, Day 2, or Both Days on the Payment Page.
About the Workshops:
Day 1- Evaluation and Treatment of Shoulder Injuries
A lot of our clients suffer from chronic rotator cuff injuries that seem to stubbornly persist using conventional massage techniques. Learn precise and specific orthopedic assessments and thumbs-free techniques to identify and successfully treat some of the most common injuries to the subscapularis, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, long head of the biceps and acromioclavicular joint. The class will include a review of rotator cuff anatomy, palpation of the rotator cuff muscles and related structures, and instruction in appropriate treatment massage techniques to treat the soft tissue lesions. You will also receive a detailed 30-page handbook for future reference. "This shoulder class was the best class and instruction I've ever had." - Deborah Luger
About the Instructor:
Brian Utting founded the Brian Utting School of Massage (BUSM) in Seattle, WA in 1982 and was BUSM's Director, Director of Education, and a lead instructor there for 26 years. Brian developed and refined the curriculum at BUSM and taught many subjects, including anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, pathology, contraindications, business skills, communication skills, hydrotherapy, and a variety of massage techniques. His 1000-hour COMTA-accredited school was considered one of the best massage schools in the country.
Brian designs his classes and programs so that the students really get the material and can take it home and apply it in their practice, rather than just being exposed to it. He teaches with a rare blend of knowledge, passion, precision, humor, common sense, and depth. Brian was awarded the AMTA's Robert N. Calvert Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2009, and was inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame in 2014. Brian now owns and operates the Pacific Northwest School of Massage. Visit Brian's website at www.pnwschool.com