Archive | January, 2011

Perfect Balance Helps You Build a Perfect Practice

21 January

Transform your practice with proven, effective therapeutic techniques that will enhance your clinical success, and keep your clients coming back for more. Perfect Balance Programs have been developed based on years of study, practice, and clinical experience. Develop therapeutic skills that will result in great client satisfaction, retention and referrals.  Add new skills to your massage […]

Side Lying Techniques

21 January

Perfect Balance Seminars provides one-on-one guidance in a hands-on learning experience. Cheryl’s goal is to provide you with a fresh approach that will expand your technique repertoire and inspire creativity. Expanding your therapeutic tool box, will help you become a problem solver, and give you the ability to develop a treatment plan that is as unique […]

Suboccipital Release

21 January

     One of the most common conditions that you will be presented with in your work as a massage therapists is headaches. Tension of the supoccipitals often leads to headache symptoms, and is usually associated with tension in the jaw musculature.  This technique can be extremely effective in releasing the suboccipitals, if your patient […]

Palpation of the Iliopsoas

21 January

  This technique can be found in Seminar #2 Advanced Techniques for Low Back & Hip.  A shortened iliopsoas is  frequently associated with an anterior tilt of the pelvis, hyperlordosis and weak lower abdominals. The result is a distorted posture that overloads the back and neck muscles, perpetuating trigger points in these tissues. The victimized muscles […]

Pelvic Imbalance

20 January

  A high ilium is one of the most common pelvic imbalances. It can set off a chain reaction, thus resulting in many other low back and pelvic dysfunctions. It results in shortened quadratus lumborum (QL) and spinal erector muscles on the high side.  Compressive stresses (shortened tissues) on the high side can then result […]

Scapular Drag

20 January

    This is one of several technique utilized to mobilize the scapula. Adequate scapular movement is necessary for proper shoulder range of motion. This technique can be found in Seminar #4 Advanced Techniques for Shoulder/Rotator Cuff.  Don’t wait any longer to gain the skills you need to excel at your profession.          […]