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Self Myofascial Trigger Point Release Workshop III - Upper Body

  • 12 Dec 2018
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • ASPIRE55 STERLING - 51 Waterloo St, #01-06, Singapore 187969
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Self Myofascial Trigger Point Release: Massage Ball

Workshop III - Upper Body


ASPIRE55 STERLING - 51 Waterloo St, #01-06, Singapore 187969

12 Dec 2018 | 14:00 - 15:30

In this workshop, you will get a better understanding of muscle imbalance and movement dysfunction at the upper limb, the lower limb and the spine. Learn how to loosen tight muscle and fascia tissues effectively to improve movement patterns at the upper limb, lower limb and spine using Self Myofasical Release Techniques with Therapy Massage Balls. Blend these into your lifestyle for a pain free quality movement.

A detailed description of the muscle groups and trigger points, including basic anatomical & biomechanical analysis of each muscle group, symptoms related with muscle trigger points, referred pain patterns and differential diagnosis.

  • Learn to assess and correct postural misalignment
  • Integrated corrective exercises for optimal function
  • Chronic shoulder pain / Frozen Shoulder
  • Lower back pain / Hip misalignment
  • Tension Headache
  • Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome
  • Improve mobility and Range of Motion

Note: You would need to bring along a pair of therapy balls for the workshop. Alternately, you may place an order @ $25 (discounted) prior to the workshop.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Individual who are suffering from existing chronic muscular injuries and want to self-treat instead of relying on pain killers.

RSVP earlier, limited slots only! Workshop will commence will 9 pax.


Feedbacks from previous Workshop:

"Very useful session to learn techniques that can help ourselves and others."

"Instructor Jane explained connectivity of muscles, fascia, trigger points, referred pain etc. Showed us correct positions and use of fitness balls. We understood the goal, how to self-check if we are releasing pain correctly. She prepared us for post-exercise pain, to drink lots of water (detox) and the need to strengthen muscles after trigger release. Personal patient attention. Learnt much!"

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