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Session 3
Open the Lateral Line, differentiate all four Arm Lines
from below, and open lateral aspects of the Deep Front
Line at either end of the rib cage (Fig. A2.7).
Goals:
• Open the body's sides, spread the 'wings' of the
breath
• Contact and balance the body's stabilizing
system
• Contact the body's 'lateral core'
Key structures:
• Peroneal fascia
• Iliotibial tract
• Quadratus lumborum and scalene myofascia
Session h
Balance superficial myofasciae in terms of tonal balance
of both right and left Spiral Line (Fig. A2.8).
Goals:
• Ease the restrictions in any superficial rotations
• Balance the sling around the scapula
• Balance the sling under the foot arches
• Complete the work on the superficial sleeve lines
Key structures:
• Rhombo-serratus complex
• Abdominal obliques
• Tibialis anterior-peroneus longus sling
Core sessions
Session 5
Open the lower portion of the Deep Front Line, and
balance with Lateral Line (Fig. A2.9).
Goals:
• Build support through the inner leg
• Open and balance the adductor compartment
• Release the pelvis from below
Key structures:
• Deep posterior compartment of leg
• Adductor group
• Psoas complex attachments at lesser trochanter
Session 6
Open the trunk portion of the Deep Front Line, and
revisit the Front Arm Lines, especially the Deep Front
Arm Line (Fig. A2.5 & A2.9).
Goals:
• Find appropriate support and positioning for the
lumbars
• Balance psoas and diaphragm to release the 'deeper
breath'
• Find reciprocity between the pelvic floor and
respiratory diaphragm
Key structures:
• Psoas
• Diaphragm
• Deep laminae of abdominal myofascia
Fig. A2.7 The third session focuses on the Lateral Line, and
balancing the shoulders onto it.
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