Monthly Archives: May 2014
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Gil Hedley, Ph.D., gives a lesson on the importance of movement and stretching to maintain the sliding properties of tissues in the body, as well as the value of bodywork modalities and yoga when movement potential ha...
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Pain management therapy should be considered as an ongoing process, rather than management of a single episode. The trained
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Massage and bodyworkers often unknowingly correct aberrant postural patterns and relieve pain by applying Sherrington's Law of Reciprocal Innervation. Techniques like those shown above, open up constricted chest wall ...
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James Waslaski, Iliosacral Alignment for SI Joint
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Always ask for a doctor's permission before massaging any person with an aliment, pain or disease that you have questions about.
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Judith talks about her experience teaching for Ida Rolf's Guild for Structural Integration.
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Anatomy Trains, 2nd Edition Myofascial Meridians for Manual and Movement Therapists (Publisher).
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In this clip from the FMS: Applying the Model DVD set, Gray Cook explains how we learned to move as an infant, and how that applies to fixing our adult movement problems.
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Dr. Stuart Mc Gill shares some of his research regarding "spine sparing strategies, Core training, and functional abdominal training.
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Massage In The Ring