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Postisometric muscle relaxation

Of all the currently known manual methods of muscle relaxation, the most easily reproducible, safe and effective is the method of post-isometric muscle relaxation (PIR).


The essence of the method is isometric tension of the muscle and its subsequent stretching. As a result, muscle tone is normalized and the initial pain disappears. The method is widely used in the practice of massage therapists, physiotherapists, and osteopaths.


The seminar discusses in detail the technique of PIR of the muscles of the torso, limbs, neck and head. The RRR (reciprocal inhibition) technique, as well as frequently occurring stable complexes of pathological redistributions (cross syndromes), are considered.


Seminar program:

Day 1:

- PIR of the trunk muscles (flexors, extensors, rotators).

- PIR of the neck muscles.

- PIR of the respiratory muscles.

Day 2:

- PIR of the scapula muscles.

- PIR of the muscles of the lower limb.


Day 3:

- PIR of the muscles of the upper limb.

- PIR of the muscles of the head and face.

- Repetition and consolidation of the material covered.

Duration of the seminar: 3 days (from 10 to 17).

Methodological manual and video materials are attached.

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