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Myofascial Release



Interstitial Cystitis


Menstrual Problems


Myofascial Pain Syndrome


Neck Pain




Pelvic Pain


Plantar Fascitis


Pudendal Nerve Entrapment








Shin Splints


Tennis Elbow


Tinnitus (Ringing of the ears)


TMJ Syndrome


Trigeminal Neuralgia







Back Pain


Bladder Problems


Birth Injuries


Bulging Disc




Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Cerebral Palsy


Cervical and Lumbar Injuries


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


Chronic Pain


Degenerative Disc Disease




Emotional Trauma




Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)


Herniated Disc


Headaches or Migraines




Myofascial Therapy (Myofascia Release Therapy) is a technique that uses sustained pressure to re-pattern the muscles and fascia, creating more freedom and flexibility in the connective tissues. Since every muscle, bone, nerve, artery, vein and organ is connected through connective tissue (fascia), understanding how tightness in one area can cause chronic pain in another is tremendously important for optimal health and sustainable yoga or athletic practices.

Though myofascia techniques date back as early as the 1940's, Myofascial Release Therapy is finally receiving crediibility and recognition as a powerful approach to healing when medicine, surgery and traditional therapy do not achieve desired results. Below is a list of some of the common ailments that are being successfully treated with Myofascia Release.  See common benefits below:




Myofascia Release Workshops & Private Sessions help students learn how to identify if tightness in one area of the body is causing pain in another. Students move through a full body myofascial practice using blocks and tennis balls (provided) to release every major muscle from head to toe… think self administered deep tissue massage!  At the end of the session, students are given a detailed cheat sheet of everything covered in class so that they can continue to the practice on their own.

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