Overview Here, you will find all the posts related to this muscle, including Trigger point patterns, Self-care, Cases, and some other posts are available to everyone. Anatomy, Massage notes, Craniosacral, and CranioMuscular post are available to our Patreon subscribers.
This collection contains posts on craniosacral techniques. This includes biodynamic, osteopathic, craniostructural, and CranioMuscular approaches. It also contains a few key concepts related to craniosacral techniques. My Perspective I am not one of those who divisively embraces one technique. Instead, I appreciate and employ several different approaches. There are various reasons why. But, within any
Overview Integrative Treatment sequencing treats components in a pattern from the highest governor to the most symptomatic ancillary component. This process makes therapy sessions quicker, more effective, and longer lasting. If you’re new to the Integrative Bodywork model and integrative sequencing, review these two short videos: The Integrative Model Planning your Session with Integrative Sequencing
This is a collection of posts about breathing muscles and the related pain patterns, restrictions, and self-care. This includes breathing pain while: Those Other Breathing Muscles Breathing is complex, and many other muscles get involved. For instance, we use our extrinsic back muscles to stabilize our shoulder blades during labored breathing. At the same time,
This collection contains posts that are primarily about craniosacral concepts, techniques, and cases. Cranial and craniosacral techniques have a rich history of development. However, persistent skepticism and opposition during its evolution have had an impact. As a result, several major and many less prevalent approaches to craniosacral have evolved. Each has its loyal practitioners. And,
Anatomy for Massage and Bodywork is a collection of posts with illustrations that focus on relationships that interest the massage and bodywork practitioner. Understanding the relationship between muscles and their local joints is critical in effective Integrative Bodywork. Each muscle has illustrations that highlight the bones of attachments, and the bones trapped between the attachments.