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.
- Everything You Need to Know About MRSA in the Massage Session Room February 14, 2019There’s a new bug in town: Community associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus —or CA-MRSA—is the newest strain of bacteria that causes staph infection—and that spreads in non-hospital settings among people who are otherwise healthy. Although MRSA infections dropped in the U.S. from 2005–2012, the rate of decline has since slowed, according to the U.S. Centers for […]Chris Cunningham
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