Fascia is a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue enveloping, separating, or binding together muscles, organs, and other soft structures to provide space, structure and support to the bodily components. Pathological changes within the fascia play a major role in the development of somatic (body) pain and dysfunction. Students of Myofascial Release learn to address these changes through the use of slow, sustained movements that restore normal function while providing the client with a sense of relief, balance and improved well being.
At the end of the course the therapist will be able to demonstrate myofascial release techniques to add to their own massage style.
PLEASE BRING YOUR FACE REST COVER, A SET OF SHEETS AND CREAM TO ALL WEEKEND CLASSES AND NOTE TAKING MATERIAL.