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Myofascial Release

Myofascial release (muscle fascia release) provides an indirect, non intrusive approach to soft tissue manipulation; gently moving tissue at the surface level, releasing tight fascia and helping to stimulate the body’s ability to re-align itself.​

  • Fascia is the tissue that surrounds and connects all of the structures in the body.

  • This connective tissue can become dehydrated, hardened and stuck.

  • Restrictions can develop in the fascia from trauma, poor posture and repetitive strain.

  • During a myofascial release session, a low load stretch is put into the tissue for a period of approximately 3 minutes to allow the tissue to rehydrate and release.


This is a very relaxing and effective therapy, facilitating the body’s innate healing mechanisms to realign bony structures and release deep seated tension and trauma.

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