Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique: Lower AbdomenDawn Lewis
In this 90 minute webinar we will focus on how to achieve lasting release in Iliopsoas. To do this we will explore how to quickly, painlessly, and easily release the lower fibers of rectus abdominis, internal obliques, transversus abdominis, and the smooth muscle tissue of the large intestine, as well as how to assess and rebalance the pubic symphysis. Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique (SMRT) is a form of bodywork designed to balance all structures in any given area. Join us and learn to effectively work with muscle tension and bony immobilization in the lower abdominal area.
Dawn developed SMRT while she was owner and educator at the Cottonwood School of Massage in Aurora, CO. SMRT, or Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique, is a series of passive contractions that allow therapists to release muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue. Dawn explains: “I found that SMRT was more effective than Neuromuscular therapy, while also being easier on the client and the therapist. Between teaching anatomy and SMRT, and working on many, many, people, I was able to fully embrace this knowledge and take my massage to new levels.”