This is a video of a resistance/release session done by Deane Juhan with Mike Sweet.

Time Code:

0 Discussion of Anatomy – Face
4:09 Starting with Mike
7.47 Grounding
10:10 Grounding with Touch
12:51 Exploration of movement
15:40 Chin
18:30 Vibration to Mandible
21:10 Oribcularis Oris
22:45 Nose
23:30 Zygomatic
25:09 Oribcularis Oculi
27:15 Brow
28:28 Scalp
31:28 Ears
35:54 Neck – exploration of movement
39:46 Masseter
42:32 Vibration to Masseter
48:18 Zygomatic
49:40 Temporalis
57:35 Resistance Release – Jaw Opening
1:00:24 Resistance Release – Jaw Closing
1:03:40 Jaw – Side to Side – Internal Pterygoids
1:09:56 Jaw – Front to Back – External Pterygoids
1:13:15 RR Jaw – Side to Side – Internal Pterygoids
1:17:05 Neck – suboccipitals
1:20:46 Neck traction
1:24:13 Conclusion

Deane Juhan may be best known as the author of Job’s Body: A Handbook for Bodywork – which many consider the essential text on the means, methods, uses, and deeply personal applications of what has come to be known as “bodywork” – a vast, sophisticated series of modalities and techniques that take massage to the level of personal transformation at its greatest expression, profound emotional release and reintegration at its most basic core.

Resistance/Release work is an innovative approach developed by Deane Juhan, based in large measure upon the rehabilitative techniques of Dr. Milton Trager.

Functionally, we are really one muscle that is divided up by the connective tissue structures into different compartments in order to provide specific vectors of motion and coordinated groups of motor units.  We are not robots with hinges, cables and pulleys, but shape-changers, and any gesture involves the participation of wide-spread muscular supports and motivators.

Resistance/Release work is designed to re-coordinate our musculature as a whole and to train more efficient and effective recruitments of muscular contractions and lengthenings involved in any position or movement, from feet to head and from sleeve to core.  The result is dramatically improved muscular coordination, adding both ease and strength to all of our activities.