Myofascial Release


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What is Myofascia Release Treatment?


Myofascial Release (MFR) is a gentle, hands-on technique that works deeply into the body to ease chronic pain, restore alignment, function and mobility to muscles and joints and also encourage soft tissue healing and rehabilitation.

MFR benefits the most sensitive clients with chronic pain conditions, those with deep tissue restrictions from injury and overuse, plus it is very relevant and effective for sporting performance.

MFR Techniques - all use slow, sustained pressure, treating the different layers and structures of the body, following the ebb and flow of the soft tissues and feeling for how much pressure to use and for how long in order to encourage tissue change and softening but without force.
This is the kineasthetic touch and allows body wide change and tissue reorganisation as well as offering a platform for emotional release and trauma resolve.

MFR techniques focus on releasing each patient's unique soft tissue barriers, feeling for adhesions, tightness and restrictions in any part of the body which might be causing pain or disfunction.  These areas may not always be where you are feeling pain as we are treating the entire fascial matrix.

MFR techniques are relevant for all parts of the body, from the feet and legs to the pelvis, sacrum and spine up to the temples and jaw (including intra-oral work).  

Fascia is the main connective tissue that surrounds our muscles, tendons, ligaments, organs, bones and blood vessels,  In latin "Myo" means muscles and "fascia" means band.  Our fascia creates one 3D tensional matrix from head to toe.  Like other soft tissues it can be damaged by injury, overuse, surgery, stress and trauma and can lead to myofascial restrictions, producing huge tensile strength on pain-sensitive structures throughout the entire body's fascial matrix, and will inhibit the healing process.

When fascia is healthy it looks and moves like "a spider's web on a dewy morning" and when there is an injury or trauma it binds down and dehydrates.


I am qualified with an Advanced Clinical Diploma in Integrated Myofascial Therapy from the esteemed Myofascial Release UK.