Myofascial Release Certification Course

Myofascial Release Therapy

Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure to the restrictions in the Myofascial connective tissue to eliminate pain and restore motion. This soft tissue can become restricted due to overuse, emotional and physical trauma, infection, inactivity, and muscle tension. When the Myofascial tissue is compromised, pain often results due to diminished blood flow.

When a Myofascial Release therapy session takes the tissue to a significant position, or when Myofascial unwinding allows a body part to assume a significant position three-dimensionally in space, the tissue changes and improves. In addition memories, associated emotional states and beliefs can rise to the level of conscious awareness and it is here that trauma can be released.

In a tailored private sessions, Beta will make an evaluation and assessment to your specific needs. Before a private session, a short interview is conducted to gain insight into your health and physical, mental and emotional state.

Together you will also explore aspects of your lifestyle, and what you would like to achieve with the session.

Beta treats men and women with a variety of physical and emotional symptoms.

Myofascial Release Therapy Private session will

  • Attend to bulging disc(s)
  • Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Address cervical and lumbar injuries
  • Release emotional and physical trauma
  • Treat headaches and migraines
  • Work with fibromyalgia
  • Loosed frozen shoulders (adhesive capsulitis)
  • Work with scar tissue (hypertrophic, hypersensitive, painful, burn        scars, mastectomy scars)
  • Treat sciatica
  • Ease temporomandibular joint dysfunction and whiplash

Next Dynamic Spiral & Yin Fascial Teacher Training

At Jivana Heath Resort – Goa, India

From December 11th to January 18th

Myofascial Release opens and re-hydrates the human system for the coherent flow of frequency, vibration, information and organization necessary for the health and quality of life. John Barnes

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