Fascial Release

MASSAGE WORLD MAGAZINE ARTICLE 102

Anatomy of the myo-fascial system: Emma Gilmore (As published in Massage World Magazine November 2018) Myo-fascia is a word that is being used...
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Fascial Release for Internal Scar Tissue

I was invited my Anne Marie Jensen Author of Fertility and Physical Therapy, to teach 14 physios in Copenhagen to release internal scar...
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What can be done about injured fascia?

It is now understood that “80% of our body is fascia and that muscle contraction is caused by fascia” Tom Meyers. Once fascia...
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How is fascia injured? Read more:

How is fascia injured? One of the most important functions of fascia is that it is the shock absorber to the body, so...
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Why the wait? Fascial release

As traditional bodywork therapists we move the body tissues, manipulate and mobilise muscles, fascia and connective tissue. We flush through, lengthen, re-align and...
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How to treat a myofascial restriction?

There are many fantastic and profoundly effective techniques to access the facsial system, but today I am going to share with you on...
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The Myo-fascial system

The myo-fascial system? What is the myo-fascial system? Myo means muscle and fascia means band. Fascia is a connective tissue, the most abundant...
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An insight into Fascial Release.

WELCOME to my blog, I am writing from the perspective, of a Fascial Release Therapist. Having been on my journey as a bodywork...
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