- Creator of the Alexander Method of SMR Certifications.
- 20 years experience as a personal trainer.
- Over 10 years as a specialist in functional movement and self-care through SMR concepts.
- Certified by NASM (CPT, CES), FMS, ISSA (CPT, PNS), and CrossFit.
- Gym owner in Southern California with his wife, Carolyn.
Jeff has toured the USA since 2007 and internationally since 2014 teaching fitness instructors and athletes from many backgrounds how to manage their therapeutic efforts through better technique and tool selections more appropriate for their chosen activity or sport. He’ll teach you how to better manage your self-care strategy so you can get the best results in the shortest time.
Work smarter so you can recover faster and train harder.
email Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please have your client email me directly at: email@example.com
My rates are posted at: http://networkfitness.com/Forms/Administrative/Network_Fitness_Policies_&_Rates_2009.pdf
Basically, it’ll be $100 per appointment to teach her what to do and where on her body to do it. It’s best if she comes to me in Irvine. Most people only need 3 or 4 sessions before they have a good enough grasp of the movements to work on their own. After that they might have some other questions that we address every couple months.
Thanks for the referral, and I look forward to working with your client!
I have a client who has:
Tendonitis in he left elbow and shoulder. She had surgery to correct it – helped a little.
Arthritis in her neck.
Carpal Tunnel in her wrists.
A lot of nerve damage in her left arm. Her arm goes completely numb, especially after lifting any weight above her head.
Rotator cuff tear
I want her to come see you, so you can educate her on how she can heal herself. What are your fees for one on one, and how do I set this up?
She loves my class, but she literally can’t do ANYTHING with her arms, or her arms are in dire pain and numb the next day. I’ve tried light wall balls, push ups from the knees, front squats only with the bar–they all leave her in agony.
I am happy to keep her limited to lower body movements, but ideally she (and I) would like to restore some mobility in that area instead. I know you are just the guy to help.
Let me know how she should best proceed, and I will direct her from there.
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