Releasing the Rotator Cuff

November 18, 2018

November 18, 2018

9:30 am To 4:00 pm

1940 Sidney Baker St, Kerrville, TX, USA




Event Description

Feeling discouraged by the results you’re getting with your shoulder/rotator cuff clients? It’s not because you’re a “bad” therapist! There’s a specific skill set needed to sucessfully treat rotator cuff injuries. The good news is the training is available.Learn the tools to give your clients complete freedom from shoulder pain.

Learn about rotator cuff injuries, how to release the affected muscles &

prevent future injuries. Experience the power of Peggy’s Muscle Swimming techniques, practice skills in class, and be confident immediately implementing this technique.



About the Instructor

Peggy Lamb will tell you she is a massage therapist. She is a massage therapist, but she is so much more than that. When Peggy confronts a problem, she doesn’t just solve the problem for herself. She will solve the problem for others, and try to insure that the problem isn’t a problem for all her clients. When she tore a rotator cuff, she learned about shoulders, about how they move, how the function, and how they function well. Not only did she completely recover from her injury, she wrote a book “Releasing the Rotator Cuff” so other massage therapists can help their clients with shoulder injuries. When faced with a back injury, Peggy worked to recover from that, and recover she did. Not content to just overcome her own injury, she wrote another book “The Core of the Matter”, with content geared to help others, and other massage therapists, with back problems. Peggy doesn’t just fix issues that come up in her life, but she fixes those issues for others.

Registration Details

$99.00 before 11/1; $125.00 after 11/1. Register on-line at or call 512-833-0179

Related Classes

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage forms the backbone of most massage practices, and by expanding your skill repertoire, you can improve your sessions and set yourself apart from other massage therapists. Courses on specific areas of the body, such as the neck or rotator cuff, may be the most common, but continuing education has much more to offer for deep tissue practitioners.

Some deep tissue CE classes cover techniques that are only possible through deep tissue work, such as releasing the ribcage for better breathing. Modalities like neuromuscular therapy can make your sessions more effective and help you specialize your practice. If you perform a lot of deep tissue therapy, consider courses covering forearm-only massage or the use to tools to reduce hand strain.