In this three day ‘Complicated Shoulder & Balancing the Pelvis’ seminar you will:
Discover the critical role the pelvis plays in ascending and descending syndromes and how to re-balance the pelvis. In this seminar Aubrey will help you learn some of the most effective approaches for assessing and treating Pelvic imbalance and chronic low back pain problems.
Learn the Kinetic Chain Patterns for Complicated Shoulder Conditions. James Waslaski integrates over 30 plus years of expertise in manual therapy to teach over 45 live seminars per year all over the world. In this class James will delve into his unique approach to the treatment of frozen shoulder.
About your presenters
Aubrey is the author of the acclaimed Myoskeletal & Sports Therapy books 1 & 2, Complete Myoskeletal & Sports Therapy and Kinesiology Taping Strategies. These books reflect his ongoing interest in the pain-free treatment of over-use, repetitive strain and chronic injuries.
With 34 years clinical experience and 29 years teaching experience, Aubrey’s passion is for educating clients, therapists and the general public about the benefits of Corrective Manual Therapy. In addition to his international seminars, Aubrey is a College Director at Holistic College Dublin, past President of the Irish Massage Therapists Association, a registered I.T.E.C instructor and NCBTMB accredited instructor, and is on the national register of trainers in Ireland.
James Waslaski is a published author, and renowned international lecturer, teaching Chiropractors, Athletic Trainers, Osteopaths, Physical Therapists, Physiotherapists, Physicians, Certified Personal Trainers and Massage Therapists how to integrate their techniques to increase client outcomes. He is also a Certified Personal Trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. James is an approved NCBTMB Provider. His textbook, Clinical Massage Therapy: A Structural Approach to Pain Management, was published by Pearson Publishing in 2011. He presents at state, national and international Chiropractic, Osteopathic, Athletic Training and Massage Therapy Conferences on an annual basis. James received the FSMTA International Achievement Award in 1997. He was inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame in 2008. He was also nominated and awarded by his peers Teacher of Year at both the Canadian Massage Conference in 2012 and at the World Massage Festival in 2015.