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Peggy Lamb

Powerful Technique for TMJ Relief

Here’s another simple and effective TMJ mobilization technique you can teach to your clients and do on yourself. Make sure you maintain good posture during this exercise, as letting the head just forward and rounding the shoulders interferes with the benefits of this wonderful exercise. 1. Create proper head/neck alignment by doing a slight chin …

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The Stabilizing Serratus Anterior

We were there before COVID-19 and we will be there after, stronger than ever! The world needs our skilled and compassionate touch. I love this 3D video of Serratus Anterior – a muscle that is crucial in scapula stabilization. It does a great job of helping you understand all the different functions of this remarkable …

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For all of us now

Pandemicby Lynn Unger What if you thought of itas the Jews consider the Sabbath—the most sacred of times?Cease from travel.Cease from buying and selling.Give up, just for now,on trying to make the worlddifferent than it is.Sing. Pray. Touch only thoseto whom you commit your life.Center down. And when your body has become still,reach out with …

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Scapulae Mobility and the Obstinate Pec Minor!

The obstinate pectoralis minor (PMI) can produce a hailstorm of problems throughout the body especially in the shoulders, arm, neck and respiration. Working with it effectively goes a long way in helping you help your clients with neck and shoulder issues, breathing restrictions and even wrist and elbow pain. If the iliopsoas is the hidden …

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Rotator Cuff Stabilization

I really like this video of an easy exercise that provides stabilization and centration to the humeral head. What do you think? As a thank you to my wonderful readers, I’m offering a $25.00 discount on my Releasing the Rotator Cuff package (book and DVD) – your price only $40.90. Purchase Let’s create world peace one …

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The Slippery Subscap – Palpation Tip

Subscap can be a tricky muscle to work with. In my workshops I’ve discovered that approximately 80% of therapists thought they were on subscap, but were on latissimus dorsi/teres major. It’s an easy mistake to make and easily correctable. The reason for this common error is that therapists attempt to enter subscap too far inferiorly. …

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Iliopsoas anatomy: Amazing 3D video

https://youtu.be/Iyz-pOR7XcY I love this exceptional video and show it in my Releasing the Iliopsoas workshops. The Claude Bernard University University in Lyon, France has gifted the world with their fabulous array of anatomy videos. You can really go down the YouTube hole watching all of them! There are some things I would add: the iliopsoas’s …

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Super Simple (and fun) Guide to Increase Range of Motion

I’ve had the honor and privilege of teaching creative movement and writing in women’s prisons for the last twelve years. (Wondering what this has to do with massage therapy? Read on!) One of the units I volunteer in is the Female Sex Offender Treatment Program (SOTP). Yes, there are female sex offenders. When I first …

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