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Diaphragm, Ribs, & Respiration

Skills in Structural Integration with Bruce Schonfeld

It’s been said that ‘breath is life.’ And so, full range of motion of the respiratory mechanism is essential to whole body health and gen­e­ral wellness. This class address­es the respiratory di­a­phragm, bony thorax, (ribs, sternum, and thoracic spine), and related soft tissues impeding natural breath­ing.

Structural implications of scoliosis, breast augmen­ta­tion, mastectomy, and scar tissue associated with post­-surgical restrictions will be covered. Visceral restrictions inside the thoracic cavity will be discussed as well.