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Technique 1 - Levator Scapula

Technique 2 - Suboccipital Temporalis and General Scalp

Technique 3 - Piriformis

Technique 4 - Floating 12th Rib

Technique 5 - Superficial Thoracic Lumbar Fascia

Technique 6 - Iliacus: Sidelying

Technique Video - Deep Lumbar Fascia Release

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Free Technique Sample #1

Levator Scapula: Prone

Myofascial Release Technique

Purpose:
This Myofasical Release Technique releases the fascial attachment on the superior medial scapular border, included is the levator scapula. This technique involves active movement by the client, which dramatically increases fascial release.

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Free Technique Sample #2

Suboccipital Temporalis and General Scalp: Sidelying

Myofascial Release Technique

Purpose:
This Myofascial Release Technique is a natural continuation of the Lateral Neck Release. The temporalis is an area of tremendous fascial restriction and is very underrated in the amount of tensile force it can generate throughout the body.

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Free Technique Sample #3

Piriformis: Prone

Myofascial Release Technique

Purpose: A specific technique for piriformis syndrome, this release helps decrease excessive internal rotation, which results in hip and joint dysfunction.

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Free Technique Sample #4

Floating 12th Rib: sidelying

Myofascial Release Technique

Purpose: Releasing the 12th rib helps give mobility to this bony landmark.

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Free Technique Sample #5

Superficial Thracic Lumbar Fascia - Prone

Myofascial Release Technique

Purpose: This is a general opening technique to prepare the structures for deeper techniques.

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Free Technique Sample #6

Iliacus: Sidelying

Myofascial Release Technique

Purpose: Releasing the general attachments to this site begins an overall release of the pelvic structures.

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Based on 20 years of experience using the yellow page advertising, the one and only rule is this. Go large or stay home. If you decide that this form of media is for you then you better make sure you are one of, if not the largest, ad. Forget color. Go for size because size matters! Another point is if you do not have a business name yet; try to be near the first of the listing. For example, one of my clinics was called Advanced Wellness Centre. We ran not only large ads but also ranked first because of the name. In the yellow pages it is all about positioning.

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