Professional musicians rarely think of themselves as athletes, when in fact they use their bodies in ultra specific, repetitive ways during intensive live performances, long recording sessions, and often, grueling tour schedules. Yet unlike professional athletes who have teams of people who direct both preventative and injury care, professional musicians aren’t usually taught how to care for their bodies and minds while honing or expressing their craft.
In this course we’ll learn about lifestyle, postural, and overuse injury considerations specific to 6 main categories of professional musicians: vocals, piano and keyboard, drums and percussion, guitar, strings, and horns. Understanding each musician’s particular challenges will help you formulate the best treatment plan and take-home recommendations for this special set of clients.
Date: Sunday, April 7, 2019
Cost: $ 135 -Sign up for BOTH Text Neck AND Massage for Musicians for only $250
Instructor: Jessica Crow, LMT, RYT
About the Instructor:
Jessica Crow is a licensed massage therapist and registered yoga and meditation instructor based in NYC. She uses her 20 years of experience working in the healing arts as well as her personal & professional studies in science and philosophy to construct unique healing protocols that focus on shaping and redefining the whole being.
She has instructed public and private classes and helped train both yoga teachers and massage therapists in NYC and around the world. She spent a year as a Global Trainer for the non-profit Wellness for Cancer, where her responsibilities include traveling to US and international spas, hotels, and retreat centers to lead courses for massage therapists and yoga instructors that prepare them to confidently work with cancer survivors.
She teaches three continuing education courses that she has authored for LMTs and other health care providers, and is a speaker for corporate and industry events on the topics of mindfulness and meditation, and she sits on the board of The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in NYC.
She’s also created a meditation and goal-shaping technique called MINDSCAPING® that fuses together powerful healing exercises from the ancient science of yoga and meditation, modern-day Western medicine and evidence-based psychology and neuroscience.
Jessica holds a degree in Human Biology with a focus in behavioral neuroscience from the State University of New York (2010) and is a graduate of the Swedish Institute in NYC (2006) and The Americana School of Thai Massage in Los Angeles (2004). In her spare time she loves to travel, dance, sing, and is a budding voiceover artist.
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