• Modalities A

    Modalities A

    Different Types of Massage Acupressure Ancient healing art that uses fingers to stimulate key points along the meridians to activate the healing response.  Acupressure and Acupuncture use the same points but acupressure does not use needles.  Symptoms are considered to be an expression of the condition of the body as a whole. ( Holding a point

  • Types of Massage and Bodywork Techniques

    Types of Massage and Bodywork Techniques

    A Acupressure Alexander Technique Anma AMMA Therapy Applied Kinesiology Aromatherapy Aston-Patterning Ayurvedic Massage B Berrywork BindgewebsMassage Bioenergetics Bowen Therapy Breast Massage Breema C Chi Nei Tsang Connective Tissue Massage Continuum Cranio-Sacral  D/E/F Deep Tissue Do In Embodiment Training Equine Therapy Esalen Massage Feldenkrais G/H/I Geriatric Massage Hakomi Hawaiian Massage Hellerwork Homeopathy Hot Stone Massage Infant

  • Modalities (Types of Massage) Observations

    Modalities (Types of Massage) Observations

    The modalities section of this website was written after many months of research and many years of being in practice.  There are so many different disciplines and techniques. These are only some of them.  After reading many websites information, they all started to seem the same. The majority of the modalities claim to do these

  • Shin Splints

    Shin Splints

    Shin Splints are one of the most common injuries known to athletes. Shin splints are a term commonly used to describe most lower leg pain. However, shin splints are only one of several conditions that affect the lower leg. The most common causes of lower leg pain are: general shin soreness; shin splints; and stress

  • Muscles of the Leg Chart

    Muscles of the Leg Chart

    Thigh  Origin Insertion Action Notes Posterior thigh See also: Stretches (Hamstrings) Hamstring Stretches Biceps Femoris Long head -Ischial tuberosityShort head- lateral lip of linea aspera Head of the fibula Flex knee, extend hip, tilt pelvis posteriorly, laterally rotates femur Semitendinosus Ischial tuberosity Proximal, medial condyle of the tibia Flex knee, extend hip, tilt pelvis posteriorly,

  • Muscles of the Pelvis (hip)

    Muscles of the Pelvis (hip)

    Pelvis  Origin Insertion  Action  Notes  Gluteus maximus Posterior ilium, sacrum coccyx Femur (greater trochanter) and Iliotibial band Forceful extension of the hip, lateral rotation of extended hip, abduct hip (IT band), lower fibers (inserting on trochanter) adduct hip, External rotation stabilizes knee   Gluteus medius Ilium between posterior and anterior gluteal lines (below crest) Greater



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