Pampering you Healthy - Educational Seminars
Crystal's Healing Hands Massage, LLC -
Healing Hands Educational Seminars is proud to bring back Dr James Mally to teach two classes this October.

Cct 17 Massage Cupping
Oct 18 Assesment and Treatment of Shoulder pain
More information below

Call 540-776-2274 to register

Massage Cupping
Therapy that really sucks
Dr. James Mally (the one on the right)

October 17, 2017

Tuesday 9 am - 6 pm (8 hours)

$140 + $25 materials

Price includes set of 4 silicone cups

Massage cupping is a powerful tool to enhance your practice.
Adding movement makes it even more effective.
Kinetic Cupping is an innovative technique that involves moving
flexible silicone cups over your client's skin, along with
stretching. The combined effect lifts the skin and superficial
fascia over the underlying tissues.
Most massage work involves compressing tissues, but Kinetic
Cupping lifts tissues. Along with soft tissue release, the synergy
of these techniques helps to:

• Relieve chronic muscle tension

• Release adhesion's

• Prepare clients for deeper work

The cups are transparent, simple to use, and don't require
heat or combustion. Best of all, they're easy on your

Workshop topics include:

• History of cupping

• Cautions and contraindications

• Unique ways cups can be used with movement

You'll leave the workshop with extensive notes, a set of four
silicone cups, and a variety of ways to incorporate cupping with
your next massage client.

Call (540) 776-2274 to register. Space is limited!

James Mally, N.D. is an orthopedic
massage therapist, teacher, and
educational content producer with four
decades of experience. He teaches
workshops around the globe and founded

October 18, 2017
Wednesday 9 am - 6 pm (8 hours)
Assessment and Treatment of Shoulder Pain
with Dr. James Mally

When a client presents with shoulder pain,
you need to know how to properly assess the
cause of the pain and to formulate effective
treatment strategies.

This workshop covers evaluation and
treatment of some of the most common
causes of shoulder pain, including:

• Adhesive capsulitis • Impingement and bursitis • Rotator cuff tears • Slipped bicipital tendon • Thoracic outlet syndrome

Expand your toolbox of assessment and treatment strategies
through a series of demonstrations and practice of these

• Joint capsule release

• Soft tissue release

• Multidirectional friction and eccentric contraction

• Trigger point therapy

• Strain-counterstrain

• Reciprocal inhibition

Dr. James Mally

(the one on the right)

Dr. James Mally has been doing massage professionally in many different
settings since 1975. He has been teaching massage certification programs
since 1979, and was director of Healing Arts Institute in Citrus Heights,
California for 21 years.
James R. Mally, N.D. is approved by the National Certification Board of
Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a Continuing Education
Approved Provider. Provider # 451329-10..

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