Bend Oregon Sports Massage Therapist - Andy Libert

Healing yesterday's injuries and preventing tomorrow's pain


10 Things I love about Myoskeletal Alignment #5 and 6

Fri, Apr 24 2020 12:40 pm Blog    Comments

Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques'  ingenuity and creativeness have kept me in the business of being a bodywork practitioner for 27 years. Two important reasons are first that it is a predictive tool based on displayed patterns and second, once you know what pattern you are going after, it provides many tools enhance your client's mobility and well being.  


10 Things I love about Myoskeletal Alignment #3 and 4

Sat, Apr 04 2020 12:07 pm Blog    Comments

In the first blog of this series, I emphasized the direct efficacy of Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT) and it's inclusiveness. In this installment, I address treating our nervous system with precision.

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10 Things I love about Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques #1 and 2

Fri, Mar 27 2020 3:23 pm Blog    Comments

When I was preparing to teach my first Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT) Workshop, I was thrilled. Given the opportunity to spread what I built a lot of my knowledge and practice on, as a fan, I wanted to be able to provide at least 10 concrete things that I could quickly use to help spread Erik's Dalton's great work. They are in no particular order. Here are the first two, and I will be presenting the others in the future.

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3 Great Benefits of Whole Body Vibration

Sat, Jul 27 2013 9:43 am Blog   July 2013   Whole Body Vibration    Comments

Libert Myoskeletal Massage utilizes one of the best vibrating platform system on the market, the Noblerex K1, to provide the substantial benefits of whole body vibration technology (WBV). The K1 is the only vibrating platform to utilize a Triangle Oscillating System. This motion stimulates rhythmic contractions of muscles and muscle groups to maintain balance and equilibrium.


The Joint by Joint concept of movement

Thu, Sep 12 2013 9:40 am Andy Libert Blog   September 2013   Body Mechanics    Comments

The joint by joint approach to the body is attributed to Gray Cook and Mike Boyle. It is a systematic way of looking at the body as it moves and how the joints act and react in a relative way to each other.


Why don't I fall down when I stand up?

Sun, Sep 15 2013 9:20 am Andy Libert Blog   September 2013   Body Mechanics    Comments

Physics, tensegrity and movement mechanics

One of the most fundamental forces that human beings are subjected to is gravity. Gravity is defined as the natural force of attraction exerted by a celestial body, such as the Earth, upon objects at or near its surface, tending to draw them toward the center of the body. It is the mutual attraction between two bodies that have mass. According to Einsteinís theory of general relativity, gravity is created by the curvature of space. However, the mass of a human is not significant enough to create any significant curvature of space. Any curvature created by a personís mass is outweighed by the curvature created by the Earthís mass. The series of developmental steps that humans go through as they progress from lying on their backs to standing on two feet is constantly driven by this massive pull on their bodies through the surface of the earth. That process in our early growth is our fundamental core training and stabilization.


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