What is KMI Structural Integration?

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KMI Structural Integration is a 12 session series that releases chronic myofascial (fascia, or connective tissue) holding patterns in the whole body to restore posture, joint mobility and efficiency of movement. This series is the closest thing to an anatomical  “factory reset” that we have. Many of us have holding patterns in our bodies that … Continue reading

Anatomy Spotlight: Quadratus Lumborum

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The Quadratus Lumborum, also called the QL, is the primary lower back muscle for lumbar stability, flexion and extension, and torso rotation. This is the muscle that becomes tight when repetitive lifting and/or twisting occurs. The QL attaches to the 12th (last, floating) rib, the transverse processes of the lumbar spine, and the crest of the … Continue reading