Balancing the Shoulder Girdle: Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation

April 25, 2020

April 26, 2020

10:00 am To 3:00 pm

270 Carpenter Dr NE #500, Atlanta, GA 30328




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Event Description

Boost your massage career to the next level by learning how to balance the most mobile joint in the human body.

This course was developed to create a deeper understanding of physical imbalances in the shoulder girdle to prevent or rehab injuries. Throughout this training you will learn the anatomy of the shoulder girdle, assessment for muscular imbalances, Rotator Cuff orthopedic tests and a massage protocol for balancing the shoulder girdle.


April 25-26, 2020


Saturday 10am – 7pm
Sunday 10am – 3pm


Ann Pauley

About the Instructor

Meet your instructor:

Ann Pauley graduated from the Academy of Somatic Healing Arts (ASHA) as a Massage Therapist with certificates in Sports Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Swedish massage. She has studied Postural Balancing in depth as a massage therapist and has worked with several chiropractors during her many years of experience. Ann is an experienced Sports Massage instructor, former Department Head at ASHA and a certified Life Coach. She is also a yoga instructor and has an intensive meditation practice.

Registration Details

 How to register:
Call 404.303.0007
Select Register Now for this class only or the class package you desire.
Submit your payment.

* If purchasing a class package please contact us to let us know in which classes you would like to be registered.

* If purchasing a class package please contact us to let us know in which classes you would like to be registered.

If paying by deposit only, you must be paid in full by the day before class begins.
Deposit payments are non-refundable within 2 weeks of class.
See Refund Policy

* Transcripts will only be released once balance is paid *

Additional Discounts:

Register for two (2) of Ann’s classes: $395 (save $105)

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