Suffering from pain in the shoulders or upper back? Having a difficult time getting into that one position because it feels like you just can't recruit the shoulder muscles appropriately, or maybe you just don't know if you have enough shoulder stability. Learn more with Brian Tenenhaus, a licensed physical therapist, as he explains different strategies and functional movement patterns that will compliment your yoga practice and get rid of your pain. In this workshop you will:
- Integrate functional movement patterns into your yoga practice to support healthy shoulders and upper back
- Learn the different causes of pain in neck and shoulders
- Determine when you need to see a doctor or physical therapist as opposed to when you can take matters into your own hands
- Apply basic strategies to alleviate neck and shoulder pain
Registered yoga teachers earn two continuing education credits through Yoga Alliance.
When: Friday, Sept 15, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Fee: $20, auto-pay & yearly members receive 10% off
Brian Tenenhaus is a licensed Physical Therapist, Quinnipiac alum, with a specialty focused in Functional Manual Therapy. He has his CFMT from the Institute of Physical Art, out of Steamboat Springs, CO. He finds success by treating the root cause. “Anybody can make you feel better for a few hours, or even a few days, but to keep the pain from coming back over the long run, that’s what separates a few therapists from the rest”. Brian has worked with a very diverse population over the years including but not limited to patients with stroke, TMJD, cervicogenic headaches, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, and a vast array of orthopedic injuries.