Muscle Actions, Origins and Insertions

Do you need to get to know your origin and inse​rtions of muscl​es and would a really visual and interactive e-course with demonstrations and muscle action i​llustrations help? 

Come and join our Anatomy and Physiology Virtual Classroom with one of the UK's leading Anatomy and Physiology teachers and chartered physiotherapist, Jane Johnson, who will teach you all about muscle actions and attachments.

This training package is ideal for any body worker who wishes to develop their knowledge of the actions, origins and insertions (points of attachment) of muscles. It is particularly useful for the massage therapist, kinesiologist, shiatsu practitioner, fitness professional and exercise teacher. It is an ideal introduction on how to locate and palpate the main muscles of the body.

 

It comprises:

  • A one hour film showing Jane Johnson coaching her student on the Origins, Insertions and Actions of over 40 muscles of the body. Jane describes and illustrates the location and action of the muscle whilst her student draws it her client. You are able to follow along, drawing the muscles with face paints onto a friend or fellow student.
  • Downloadable diagrams of the body for you to complete with Jane, drawing in the muscles of the body
  • A 12 month licence to use this online learning resource

Click here to view the muscles origins​ and insertions covered on this learning resource

 

 

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