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myofascial release

Myofascial release is a safe and effective treatment to balance the body through the right stretching of the fascia. The Fascia is a continuous network of connective tissues found between the skin and the structure of muscle and bones underneath. It covers and connects the organs, muscles, and the body’s skeletal system. 

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Is myofascial release right for me?

What does a myofascial release session looks like?

Does myofascial release hurt?

While the Myofascial Release may come with considerable intensity and pain, we ensure quick regulation of pressure to ease you of any discomfort. You should work with experienced myofascial release Melbourne experts, to ensure a safe and effective session.

During myofascial release, the myotherapist applies gentle continued pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions.  This removes all pain while restoring normal motion.  The pressure must be continuous to elongate the fascia.

While oils, creams, or machinery are hardly used during a myofascial release treatment session, a bit of lubricant or cream helps to avoid skin irritation and helps the therapist to identify the presence of fascial restrictions and deduce the amount of continuous pressure needed to ensure the fascia’s release.

While the Myofascial Release may come with considerable intensity and pain, we ensure quick regulation of pressure to ease you of any discomfort. You should work with experienced myofascial release experts, to ensure a safe and effective session.

Is myofascial release right for me?

While the Myofascial Release may come with considerable intensity and pain, we ensure quick regulation of pressure to ease you of any discomfort. You should work with experienced myofascial release Melbourne experts, to ensure a safe and effective session.

What does a myofascial release session looks like?

During myofascial release, the myotherapist applies gentle continued pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions.  This removes all pain while restoring normal motion.  The pressure must be continuous to elongate the fascia.

While oils, creams, or machinery are hardly used during a myofascial release treatment session, a bit of lubricant or cream helps to avoid skin irritation and helps the therapist to identify the presence of fascial restrictions and deduce the amount of continuous pressure needed to ensure the fascia’s release.

Does myofascial release hurt?

While the Myofascial Release may come with considerable intensity and pain, we ensure quick regulation of pressure to ease you of any discomfort. You should work with experienced myofascial release experts, to ensure a safe and effective session.

After your Myofascial release

Chances are you will feel some soreness and stiffness after the session. In that case, work with your therapist on how to ease off these pains. Note that a one-off massage doesn’t necessarily fix the chronic tension and knots that have accumulated for long.  You will need a few sessions to get the desired results, and in some cases continuous monthly maintenance sessions to keep the pains away.

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