So i promised myself that today was going to be the first day of my crazy busy schedule to become a massage therapist and an aromatherapist, i got up early cooked a serious amount of food, i made dinner for the next couple of days, made spicy potatoes for asifs lunches for the coming work days. I then washed his cricket uniform and tidied the kitchen.
I have a reflection diary to complete for my course in Trinity college, so that was my first thing to do. It can only be two pages long which isnt a lot i wrote three pages which im happy with so i just need to cut it down. I also done a cover page for it.
I then started studying my massage therapy course work i completed section 1 to 3 im pretty proud of myself.
So here is some of what i learned Muscles of the back:
There are many muscles in the back, they have an origin, insertion and allows us movement and action.
Trapezius The Origin of the Trapezius is the occipital bone and C1 to T12 Spinous processes Levator Scapulae The insertion of the Levator Scapulae is the superior medial border of the
scapula Supraspinatus The action of the Supraspinatus is to initiate Abduction of the humerus
Infraspinatus The origin of the Infraspinatus is the Infraspinous fossa of the scapula Rhomboid Minor The insertion of the Rhomboid Minor is the medial border of the scapula
Rhomboid Major The action of the Rhomboids are to retract and Adduct the scapula
Teres Major The origin of the Teres Major is the inferior third of the lateral scapula
Teres Minor The insertion of the Teres Minor is the greater tubercle of the humerus
Latissimus Dorsi The insertion of the Latissimus Dorsi is the Intertubercular grove of the humerus
Serratus Anterior The origin of the Serratus Anterior is lateral edge of ribs 1 through to 9
Erector Spinae The longest muscle in the Erector Spinae muscle group is the Longissimus
Multifidus The action of the Multifidus muscles is to rotate, lateral flex and extend the spine
Rotators The action of the Rotatores is to Rotate and assist in extension of the spine
Quadratus Lumborum The origin of the Quatratus Lumborum is the Iliac Crest