Myofascial Release – Let go of Fears ….past traumas and release emotions … helping you to move more freely

Deep trauma can be embedded in our psyche- its well documented that PTSD exists and this is why I recommend using  Myofascial Release Therapy.

What is Myofascial Release Therapy and why use it

It is as a safe and  deeply effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial fascia connective tissue

For releasing restrictions and help release meridian memory, 

For eliminating  pain and restoring movement.


Myofascial Release uses slow movements lasting between 2-5- or 7 minutes or more,  which allows the viscoelastic medium (fascia) to release and restore tissue elasticity, which helps it heal itself.

Trauma, inflammatory responses, and/or surgical procedures create Myofascial restrictions and produce tensile pressures. And this massage is highly restorative.


A one-on-one healing session will  use  hands-on  Myofascial Release techniques to increase movement, yin flow,  enhance  strength, flexibility, strengthen  posture and intuitive body scanning.  

 MYOFASCIAL RELEASE THERAPY has been found useful for : 

  • myofascial release therapy massageHeadaches & Migraines
  • Myofascial related Pain
  • Women’s Health 
  • Pelvic & Menstrual Problems
  • Fascia Restrictions
  • Repetitive Stress and  muscle Injuries
  • Scoliosis
  • Neurological Dysfunction

Hands-On Treatment

Myofascial Release is a fantastic  technique for the back and enables release of fascial restrictions to  release the fascia tissue using a slow release to support recovery in the central nervous system.

Myofascial release  uses the following  techniques

Skin rolling 
Skin rolling seeks to remove restriction in the superficial fascia. It can be used to pin point areas of tension

Arm and leg pulls 
Joint pulls connect the fascial web from the top of the head to the tip of the toes. Joint pulls will release any fascial restrictions.

Cross handed stretches 
These are performed on the skin each hand pushing in opposite directions. This technique can be used over large and small areas.

Transverse diaphragm releases 3 transfers planes in the body: 
Helps to free the 3 transverse planes in the body: pelvic floor, respiratory diaphragm and the thoracic inlet.

Email below if you would like to understand how this massage along with intuitive massage could support you :