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Bastille Day reflections: 
"It is the Eiffel Tower that is an inspiration to many. As it stands stately and erect it reminds me of our spinal column. The four legs on which it rests I liken to the four tendons at the base of our sacrum balancing us. These ligaments the sacra tuberous ligament and sacro spinus ligament together with the Psoas muscle attachement to the lesser trocanter provide our spine with appropriate support and stability and balance as do the legs of the Eiffel Tower. 
Longue via à la technique Bowen!" 
Ossie Rentsch
"It is the Eiffel Tower that is an inspiration to many. As it stands stately and erect it reminds me of our spinal column. The four legs on which it rests I liken to the four tendons at the base of our sacrum alancing us. These ligaments the sacra tuberous ligament and sacro spinus ligament together with the Psoas muscle attachement to the lesser trocanter provide our spine with appropriate support and stability and balance as do the legs of the Eiffel Tower. 
Longue via à la technique Bowen!" 
Ossie Rentsch
"It is the Eiffel Tower that is an inspiration to many. As it stands stately and erect it reminds me of our spinal column. The four legs on which it rests I liken to the four tendons at the base of our sacrum alancing us. These ligaments the sacra tuberous ligament and sacro spinus ligament together with the Psoas muscle attachement to the lesser trocanter provide our spine with appropriate support and stability and balance as do the legs of the Eiffel Tower. 
Longue via à la technique Bowen!" 
Ossie Rentsch