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Shoulder Release & Balance $39.00 USD Register Now $29.00 USD Forever Members enjoy early access, special pricing, and no expiration dates! If you’d like to take advantage of this special price, please add Forever Access here and then come back to this page to make your purchase. (If you have Forever Access - make sure you are logged in to make this pricing available.) 4 until 08/31/2020


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Description

Jean Sullivan teaches her method of rebalancing the shoulder girdle through a series muscle release techniques and movement training. Learn what muscles are often tight and restricting essential movement patterns and how to restore the motor control necessary for healthy shoulder mobility.

Objectives

  • Learn to see imbalanced movement patterns in the shoulder girdle
  • Learn release techniques for commonly tight muscles that interfere with shoulder function Introduce new movement patterns to support improved muscle recruitment
  • Learn exercise progressions that build flexibility and strength throughout the shoulder girdle
  • Take away verbal and tactile cues that help your clients improve their shoulder mobility and alignment


Concepts & Techniques

  • Restore mobility and functional movement in the shoulder girdle
  • Release restrictions in glenohumeral joint and scapula before strengthening
  • Establish neutral positioning of the humeral head
  • Coordinate humeral and scapular movements
  • Activate and recruit muscles individually before incorporating them into larger movement patterns

Props & Equipment Used

  • Balls
  • Chair
  • Reformer
  • Small Props
  • Trap/Cad

Workshop Level

  • Advanced
  • Intermediate


Duration & Access

This workshop is  approximately 1.3 hours  long and you have 30 days of access
(No expiration for Forever Access Members)
 
 

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