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Anatomy trains - deep and superficial arm lines

Anatomy Trains by Thomas Myers I& soon be adding more how I work with these concepts in my massage practice. In brief, I use Anatomy trains to view causal patterns of discomfort instead of only.

Transform Your Dressage Position By Mary Wanless With Thomas Myers Improve your stability and effectiveness in the saddle through a better understanding of your muscle connections. - See more at: http://dressagetoday.com/article/transform-your-dressage-position-30333?utm_source=DressageTodayFB&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=Facebook#sthash.yZyhYDBX.dpuf

Transform Your Dressage Position. Improve your stability and effectiveness in the saddle through a better understanding of your muscle connections.

Don't neglect the Feet- they are the foundation for the rest of the body structure. #Prehab - Use a golf,tennis or spikey ball under your bare foot & slowly roll it backwards, forwards & in small circular movements to help release the fascia.#feet #anatomy #fascia #prehab #balance

Don't neglect the Feet- they are the foundation for the rest of the body structure. - Use a golf,tennis or spikey ball under your bare foot & slowly roll it backwards, forwards & in small circular movements to help release the fascia.

Myofascial Chain: Deep Front Line

Myofascial Chain: Deep Front Line. These diagrams have really opened my eyes up to how internal arts such as bagua zhang and xing yi Quan use the fascia.

Myofascial Chain: Lines of the Arm

Myofascial Chain: Lines of the Arm. The connection from the back / spine out to the arms illustrates how stretching awakens the tissue and allows energy to travel through this chain.