Myofascial Release Therapy

Fascia is the connective tissue surrounding all the muscles and is also found between the muscles and the bones of the body.  It helps to contain the muscle as well as allow muscle to move over the bones in the body.

Over time, as a result of repetitive movement, poor posture or injury the fascia can become dry and sticky causing adhesions and restricted movement. Myofascial Release works to free up the fascia allowing for freedom of movement and proper postural alignment.

An assessment of the clients posture and pain issues is done prior to the treatment. Myofascial therapy work is generally done while the client is clothed in shorts and a sports bra.

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