Bodywork

Anatomy of the myo-fascial system

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...

The Vasomotor Response

The Vasomotor response: It is common when applying myofascial release techniques to witness a vasomotor response beneath as well as beyond the contact...

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...

Fascial Release Techniques – How they Changed my Treatments for the Better

Originally published: Positive Health Online My journey with myofascial release started in 2009, when I discovered this amazing art, I studied intensively in...

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...

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...