Dissection Livestream Specialty Class: Lumbopelvic Stability – Where Breathing Meets Walking
Course is full.
- May 21 – 22, 2022
- Online course
- This course is intended for Online Course.
- Course Details
Thank you for your interest! Registration for this course is now closed. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Please join us for this unique Dissection Livestream event, “Lumbopelvic Stability – Where Breathing Meets Walking, Balancing the Psoas and deep muscles of the pelvis” with Anatomy Trains author Tom Myers, and Master Dissector Todd Garcia.
Our livestream dissection will focus on the intricacies of lumbopelvic stability, the pelvic joints, ligaments and muscles, and pelvic floor structures with both a male and female donor for rich comparative anatomy.
This course will be provided over zoom webinar in 3 x 2 hour modules, with multiple camera views, live chat and Q&A. Recordings will be provided via password protected streaming access for 5 days. This special dissection livestream format allows us to go more deeply into the relationships and applications to multiple manual and movement modalities, from athletic training to trauma resolution to osteopathy.
This course is open to all, but due to its advanced nature, some prior experience with dissection, especially our 4-day dissection livestream, is recommended.
Please note: Times are listed in Eastern Date Time, US. To find your local time, please use a time zone converter.
6 CEUs NCBTMB, pending; 6 CEs NPCP: 0.6 CEs NASM, pending; 6 CEs IASI Cat 1
Saturday, May 21st, 2022
Module 1 – 6:00 – 8:00 PM EDT
- Bipedalism and the pelvis in motion
- Leg starts at the 12th rib
- Common pelvic patterns (anterior shift)
- Hamstring effect of pelvis position, Adductor Magnus as 5th Hamstring
- Short Hip Extensors vs DLR
- Why so many hip replacements?
- Biceps Femoris
- Sciatic nerve
- Femoral nerve and artery
- Gluteus maximus
- Gluteus medius
- Gluteus minimus
- Gemellus Superior
- Obturator Internus
- Gemellus Inferior
- Quadratus Femoris
- Sacrotuberous ligament
Sunday, May 22nd
Module 2: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
- Abdominal Cavity and lumbopelvic Stability
- Abdominal layers and “belts” TVA/OI attachments at Thoracolumbar aponeurosis
- Psoas/Respiratory Diaphragm “Cobra”
- Ligaments – Iliolumbar, Sacrospinous, Sacrotuberous
- Rectus Abdominis
- External Abdominal Oblique
- Internal Abdominal Oblique
- Transversus Abdominis
- Parietal Peritoneum
- Abdominal Cavity and Organs
- Respiratory Diaphragm
- Crus of Diaphragm
- Psoas Major attachments
- Quadratus Lumborum
- Iliolumbar ligament
- Sacrospinous ligament
Module 3: 3:00 – 5:00 PM EDT
- Pelvic Floor and “Hip Grip”
- Hip Grip” Anterior and Posterior Balance
- Psoas and Obturator Internus balance
- Psoas and Piriformis Balance
- Balancing the Diaphragms
- Iliopsoas tendon “pincer” to lesser trochanter
- Inguinal ligament
- Adductor longus
- Adductor brevis
- Adductor magnus
- Iliopsoas traversing pelvis
- Obturator internus alternate view
- Piriformis to “roof” of sacrum
- Fascial pelvic floor
- Levator ani
|Dates||May 21 – 22, 2022|
Saturday, May 21
6:00 – 8:00 PM EDT
Sunday, May 22
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
3:00 – 5:00 PM EDT
|Teacher(s)||Tom Myers, Todd Garcia|
|Tuition||$250 until May 15th / $375 thereafter|
|Credits Earned||6 CEUs NCBTMB, pending; 6 CEs NPCP: 0.6 CEs NASM, pending; 6 CEs IASI Cat 1|
|Cancellation Fee||For cancellations up to 24 hours before the start of the course, full tuition credit to applied towards a future workshop or product. Cancellations within 24 hours before the start of the course, no refunds.|
Get in touch if you have questions about this course.