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Sports and Performance Massage and Sports Injuries CPD


from £10


1 hour to 1 day

About the Course

Welcome to our range of practical workshops and webinars to support the continuous professional development of soft tissue therapists.

Can't wait to use some of the new techniques I learnt from this excellent workshop I attended. Thank you to Michelle Brown from Fit4Training who makes learning so easy and enjoyable - Eve (attended the Treating Shoulder Pain workshop)
A fantastic workshop and some really useful techniques and knowledge learned. Thanks Michelle and Fit4Training - David (attended the Treating Shoulder pain workshop)

Practical Workshops Series

These workshops will involve learning a more modern evidence-based approach to soft tissue therapy and practising techniques to improve symptoms of common client concerns.

Each day will take place in Telford between 9.30-2.30pm.

Wednesday14th June - Sciatica and piriformis syndrome

Wednesday13th September - Treating foot and ankle pain

Wednesday 25th October - Treating elbow and wrist pain

Wednesday 10th January - Releasing the adductors

£50 each

Your Instructor

Michelle Brown

Michelle Brown

After initially working up through the ranks in the fitness industry from gym instructor, group exercise instructor to Fitness Manager for a large health and fitness operator, Michelle diversified into both teaching and Sports Therapy studying a Diploma in Sports Therapy with Professor Graham Smith, current President of the Society of Sports Therapists. Over the past 13 years, Michelle has worked with a range of clients from sports teams, individual sports enthusiasts and competitors and now primarily specialises in working with active women, and women through pregnancy, postnatal, Motherhood and menopause. When it comes to massage therapy, Michelle takes a modern, evidence-based approach and works very mindfully with the biopsychosocial model and advances in pain science. She is passionate about educating other massage therapists, sharing her experiences and advocating modern approaches and research that show that we cannot change the structure of someone's body with our hands and we can't treat pain with pain!

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