Position of Ease for Low Back & Hips

March 21, 2020

March 22, 2020

1:00 pm To 7:00 pm

270 Carpenter Drive Northeast, Sandy Springs, GA 30328, USA




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Event Description

Strain/Counterstrain, Positional Release Techniques and many other similar modalities developed by the greats of massage therapy have contributed to finding relief by putting spasming muscles into a Position of Ease. This course is a nod to Leon Chaitow, Lawrence Jones and many others who discovered an easy way to reset muscles.

This clinical course is a generalized overview of Position of Ease Techniques and how to apply them to reset the low back and hips. Students must have some clinical experience in massage therapy in order to take this course. This material will work seamlessly into any clinical massage session

You will learn:
– To assess and identify postural imbalances in the hips and lumbar spine
– Position of Ease Techniques to reset spasming/ tight muscles to balance hips and low back


Ann Pauley

About the Instructor

Ann is co-owner of The Posture Project, a yoga and massage studio in Woodstock, Ga. She graduated from the Academy of Somatic Healing Arts (ASHA) in Norcross, GA in 1998 as a Massage Therapist with certificates in Sports Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Swedish Massage. She has studied Postural Balancing in-depth as a massage therapist and has worked with several chiropractors during her many years of experience.

Ann is an experienced Sports Massage instructor, former Department Head at ASHA and a certified Life Coach.

Over her long career, she has developed several continuing education courses, such as Balancing the Shoulder Girdle, Massage Protocol for Carpal Tunnel and Thoracic Outlet Syndromes and her own, Restorative Muscle Techniques. Through her coaching, she has also developed a detailed self-empowering experience called The Life Changer Program. 

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