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Releasing the Iliopsoas and Quadratus Lumborum DVD $40

Releasing the Iliopsoas and Quadratus Lumborum delves deeply into two muscles that play a profound role in low back and pelvic stability. This DVD give you the tools and strategies to restore power, ease, and fluidity to the low back and pelvis.

When these muscles becomes unable to perform their stabilizing duties due to injuries, poor posture, extended stints of sitting, or stress, they can alter the biomechanics of the pelvis and lumbar, thoracic and even cervical vertebrae.

Discover gentle, effective, and new deep tissue protocols for releasing these muscles using Peggy’s original and innovative Muscle Swimming approach.

Also included is a comprehensive client education section that includes stretches and strengthening exercises for the low back and hips.

  • Develop confidence and competence in working with the slippery iliopsoas and the temperamental quadratus lumborum
  • Attract and retain awesome clients with these powerful techniques that work
  • Experience the peace of mind that comes from having a waiting-list practice

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Testimonials –

“I learned how to work on the quadratus lumborum at a physical therapy office, but your info helped me so much more! Never realized all the different directions of the fibers. The spiral motioning to get to the psoas is priceless! Thank you.” –

MIchelle Daniel, LMT, Florida

I have used your protocols and treated several clients with amazing results. This week I treated a fellow massage therapist with similar results. She has had back pain for 13 months and she felt amazing after the massage. This morning she just texted me with this line – “After 13 months I was able to put my socks n shoes on by myself today”.

Mim Miller, LMT

“The pelvis and specifically the psoas muscle is a tricky muscle to work with and is often times misunderstood by the medical field. Peggy Lamb’s massage and release techniques for the psoas helped me save my patient from getting an unnecessary hysterectomy. Thanks Peggy!”

Tish Sisamis; CAPP- Pelvic PT