Join us to learn how caring for your fascia offers pain relief in a simple, effective, and completely natural way. Discover Myofascial Release (MFR)– the simple massage technique that will help you address the root cause of chronic joint pain while improving your posture, and energy levels.
February 27th: 6 pm - 7:15 pm
April 1st: 6pm-7:15pm
In this 75-minute class, you’ll be introduced to the little known network of connective fibers in your body called fascia. The health of your fascia determines your posture, the way your muscles move, and even influences your overall mood! We’ll demonstrate the simple techniques you can use to care for these tissues as a foundational part of easing chronic joint pain and improving your quality of life.
10 spots available. All experience levels and ages are welcome.
While stretching lengthens tissues, the stickiness or adhesions in the fascia can only be released via sustained pressure techniques, such as those we will teach you in this course!
Massages are great, but our aim is to teach you techniques you can do at home to keep your body healthy on your own. Fascia is constantly changing and reorganizing itself, so with MFR in your toolbelt, you’re able to give your body what it’s needing on a day to day basis.
Yes! MFR is a great place to start to know your body from the inside out. Anyone and everyone can learn the techniques we’ll cover in this class to get to know their body better and start seeing improvements in their pain and energy levels.
MFR should be very strategic in instances of extremer hypermobility or Ehlers-danlos syndrome. In these cases I would suggest attending our Posture for Pain Relief Class as an alternative.
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