12/09/2018, Sports Massage/Pin and Release - King of Prussia
Cortiva Institute - Continuing Education
In this class, we will examine the following Sports Massage techniques:
What is Sports Massage, Benefits of Sports Massage, Contraindications of Sports Massage, Massage strokes for Sports Massage, Pre Event Massage, Post Event Massage, Inter Event Massage, Maintenance Massage We will also be covering Pin and Release techniques for the upper and lower body. Pin and Release or better known as Pin and Stretch is a movement based muscle lengthening technique that is highly effective at treating problems with muscle, tendon, ligament and fascia. Tight muscles are treated with pinning the muscle and sliding force intended to increase movement of the tissues by removing or breaking up adhesions. Very good technique for muscles that have been overused and caused repetitive injury and where scar tissue has built up. By applying focused pressure while the client performs specific motions to lengthen the tissue in these targeted areas, underlying tissues can be released. Client participation is necessary for Pin and Release. This will be hands on and will cover the upper and lower body.
Date: Sunday, December 9, 2018
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Cortiva Institute - King of Prussia Campus
211 South Gulph Road
King of Prussia, PA 19406
CE Credits: 8
Instructor: Jim Earley
Jim Earley, LMT, Board Certified, Sports Massage therapist. Jim has been providing sports massage for 26 years to many colleges and universities in the Mid-Atlantic area and currently works with 30 teams at 14 colleges and universities as well as the Chesapeake Bayhawks Pro Lacrosse team. He was also Olympian Michael Phelps’s first massage therapist and traveled with him for several years.
Student should bring to class:
cream, gel, lotion
shorts, sports bras