Client was actually hit by a car on her right side. While she is doing awesome, her knee, pelvis, lower back and shoulder all need consideration when planning out her training. Dealing with one challenge is usually easy enough, but to add multiple is more of a challenge. We will be strengthening the muscles around those areas to regain more movement and flexibility (which she really has quite a bit considering). Just looking for some ideas. I know the bands and tubes are going to work well for her.
I recently introduced a gentleman who stopped seeing his Physical Therapist for his frozen shoulder (which had improved significantly, it was just getting spendy) to Yoga Tune Up Therapy Balls. He loved how the self massage with these balls not only helped increased his shoulder mobility (via mainly the scapulothoracic joint) but also how it greatly diminished his pain. You can learn more about the Therapy Balls from this blog written by Sarah Court. http://www.yogatuneup.com/blog/2014/09/03/think-globally-roll-locally-fo…. Hope this helps!
(I should add that this man’s shoulder was no longer frozen when I showed him how to use the therapy balls. If your client’s shoulder is frozen, she should see a physician and therapist.)
Good luck with your client!