Isolating the Iliopsoas and QL September 13, 2020
Omaha, NE. Time: 9:30 am - 11:30 am 2 CEU's
Location: Omaha School of Massage Therapy
5406 S 99th St
Omaha, NE. 68127
The Psoas is one of the body’s most important muscles. It plays an inordinately significant role in determining the usefulness of spinal function. There are not many movements we make in life or during exercise that don’t involve the Psoas muscle. Many muscles are involved in walking, but good walking and running patterns always begin with the Psoas.
The Quadratus Lumborum contributes to the stabilization and movement of the spine and the pelvis and works very closely with the Illiopsoas. If you or your clients have low back pain, knowing exactly how to identify and release these two muscles is a must for every massage Therapist!
Refund and Cancellation Policy
No refunds or credit will be given for monthly 2 hours workshops. We need a minimum number of attendees to schedule a class. If you registered and we do not receive minimum number of registrations your registration may be used for a later workshop.
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