body ergonomics nail technician course

THE METICULOUS MANICURIST

Body Ergonomics Course

BODY ERGONOMICS FOR NAIL TECHNICIANS

This is a body ergonomics nail technician course. Don’t be part of the 5-year burnout from repetitive use injuries and joint pain from doing nails.

In this course, learn:

  • How to preserve, prevent, and restore your body from common injuries nail technicians suffer from
  • Stretches to do on a daily basis
  • The importance of body posture and show you common mistakes nail techs make that create problems
  • Proper station setup and posture at your nail table and your pedicure area

Some of the stretches we will cover include Posterior pelvic tilt, Sciatica, Carpal tunnel, and tendonitis. I have endured repetitive body injuries from my career as a nail tech. I want you to save your career with prevention!

Learn how to build strength & stamina to get through long days & add longevity to your career with the body ergonomics nail technician course. Don’t be part of the 5-year burnout from repetitive use injuries and joint pain from doing nails.

  • Posterior pelvic tilt
  • Sciatica
  • Reverse curve of the neck
  • Rolled shoulders
  • Hip bursitis
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Cubital tunnel
  • Tennis elbow
  • Tendonitis

All of these conditions can be prevented to keep you healthy, happy and productive. I am going to teach you stretches later in the module to reverse many of the conditions I just listed but I want to talk to you first about preventative measures.

Online Course Objectives

Learn How To…

  • Avoid career burnout
  • Perform stretches to relieve repetitive use injuries in the nail industry
  • Injuries include:
    • Posterior pelvic tilt
    • Sciatica
    • Reverse curve of the neck
    • Rolled shoulders
    • Hip bursitis
    • Carpal tunnel
    • Cubital tunnel
    • Tennis elbow
    • Tendonitis

Success begins with a philosophy of prevention & preservation.

BODY ERGONOMICS COURSE

Meticulous Manicurist Online Academy
$ 110
00
  • Save Your Career
  • Prevent Further Injury
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