Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique: Lower Extremities

June 7, 2019

June 9, 2019

8:30 am To 5:30 pm

Body Mind Learn Center, North North Court, Palatine, IL, USA





Event Description

About Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique:
SMRT is a positional release modality that interrupts pain signals in the body, painlessly resolves trigger points, has an incredibly calming effect on the nervous system, and is highly stimulating to the lymphatic system. By working with all tissues in any given area, SMRT easily and quickly allows the tissues to balance and the joints to realign effortlessly, re-establishing correct posture. Benefits of SMRT include:

natural realignment of joints by directly releasing specific ligaments and joint structures
pain free resolution of trigger points
swift and painless removal of adhesions
disruption of the positive feedback loops of pain in the nervous system
considerable stimulation of the lymphatic system
All of this is done quickly, with almost no pain to the client, and in a way that is tremendously easy on your body. Because we have disrupted the pain loops, settled the parasympathetic nervous system, created almost no additional pain, and brought the area back to homeostasis, the results of an SMRT treatment last.

Thank you my dear. What a great class that was.I used the new work on one of my regular clients – he’s 80 and is still rock climbing. He is always tight at a wire. He was blown away by the SMRT – said it was the best massage EVER – and he goes to a lot of therapists and gets a lot of massage. I’m finding it very effective and can’t wait to learn more.
~ Dale, August 2017

I am already applying the work in sessions. Thank you so much for the class! I applied what I learned already today and it made all the difference! I can’t wait to see you again!
~ Monica, Participant Omaha, NE, May, 2016


Dawn Lewis

Body Mind Learn Center


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