In the practice of Myofascial Release, we focus on finding fascial restrictions in the individual, generating the proper amounts of pressure, and waiting a sufficient amount of time—five minutes or longer—for a number of important physiologic processes to occur. These include piezoelectricity, mechanotransduction, phase transition and ultimately, resonance, which is another word for the release we hope to help our clients achieve.
- To Address Athletic Injuries, Add Topical Pain Relief to Your Massage April 23, 2019Growth in America’s health and fitness industry has been escalating approximately 4% annually throughout the last decade, according to the International Health, Racquet and Sports Club Association (IHRSA). Trends toward healthy living might be driving people to engage in more regular physical activity, from running, biking and playing basketball to yoga, swimming or walking. The […]Phyllis Hanlon
Essential Therapies, LLC
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