Triple Hamstring Approach

August 25, 2019

August 25, 2019

9:00 am To 6:00 pm

820 Tyvola Road, Suite 203, Charlotte, NC, USA




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Event Description

In Marielle’s signature Triple Hamstring Approach, therapists receie therapeutic and deep tissue bodywork technique for the middle, inner and outer hamstrings; the I.T. Band and hip mobilization – through acupressure, reflexology, joint mobilization, and therapeutic massage. Class offers assessment strategies for determining level of lumbar and sacroiliac tightness, with instruction on how to loosen these areas, particularly around the sacroiliac joint area.


Marielle Friedman

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