Ron Murray: The Pelvis
Friday, April 21, 2017, 9:00 AM to Sunday, April 23, 2017, 6:00 PM EDT
Category: CE Courses
April 21 -23, 2017
The Walker Center
To hold your space in this class
(max 18), please mail a
NON-REFUNDABLE deposit check
of $200 made out to Ron Murray
by April 20th 2017.
Central Mass Bodywork,
305 Whitney St., Suite 201B,
Leominster, MA 01453
Please also send an email to
with your name, address, email address, and phone contact to so you can receive information about the class, local transportation, and local lodging.
Ron’s classes tend to fill quickly, so please let us know ASAP that you plan to attend.
Instructor: Ron Murray, Osteopath, CBSI, Certified Advanced Rolfer
IASI CE Credits: 24 IASI Category 1
The Pelvis is a detailed journey into the biomechanics of the pelvis, both inter and intra-osseously, and how these relate to soft tissue structures in the walking cycle. Learn about the concept of Lemniscate and how it relates to normal mechanics and treatment. Take a detailed look at all five portions of both the long arm/short arm of sacro-ilial and ilio-sacral and how to hydrate these. Explore the intra-osseous restrictions via embryologic, traumatic and stress lines of force. Hip joint health and ligament/capsule hydration. Learn the answer to why treatment of the pelvic floor is crucial to normal walking mechanics and cranio-sacral breathing. The coccyx’s relation to head/neck problems and why your "tail" should wag when you walk!
Ron Murray, BCSI, is a masterful teacher of osteopathy and a Certified Advanced Rolfer. He is a Professor at the College Ettudes Osteopathie and Canadian College of Osteopathy. His courses are highly sought after internationally for his coherent presentation of osteopathic theory and practice for structural integrators and other manual therapists. Ron became an osteopath in 1998. He has been a massage therapist since 1985, a Rolfer since 1988, and a Licensed Berry Method Teacher since 1989. Ron’s special interests are functional applications of embryology to the therapeutic arts and spending time in nature.