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Introduction to Myofascial Release

 Saturday and Sunday 27th & 28th July 2024 10am - 5pm 
 

Myofascial release techniques offer massage therapists a valuable addition to their skill set, particularly for those seeking to delve into the root causes of chronic illnesses. By incorporating myofascial release into their practice, massage therapists can address physical imbalances and tensions within the body's fascia, leading to potential improvements in overall well-being.

 

Uncovering emotional patterns held in the body, one of the unique aspects of Myofascial Release is its ability to access and address emotional patterns that are physically stored within the body. Emotional stress and trauma can manifest as physical tension and restrictions in the fascia. By using myofascial release techniques, massage therapists can help release these emotional patterns, promoting a greater sense of release and emotional well-being for their clients.

Myofascial release is known for its effectiveness in providing pain relief. By easing fascial restrictions and tension, this technique can alleviate chronic pain and discomfort. Additionally, myofascial release can enhance mobility by improving the flexibility and range of motion in muscles and joints. The easing of fascial restrictions can lead to increased ease of movement and a greater sense of freedom within the body.  

 Through its holistic approach, Myofascial Release can promote an overall sense of well-being. By addressing both physical and emotional aspects, this technique can help clients experience a greater sense of balance, ease, and relaxation. The release of tension and the restoration of structural integrity can contribute to an improved quality of life and a deeper connection with one's body.

The techniques delivered during the workshop will equip you with a skill set that goes beyond treating surface-level injuries. By understanding and addressing the root causes of injuries, you will be able to provide more effective and long-lasting treatment for your clients. Moreover, the workshop will deepen your understanding of the intricate connections between emotional and physical aspects within injuries, allowing for a more holistic approach to healing.

The workshop will also emphasize the importance of a full body treatment approach. Rather than solely focusing on isolated areas of injury, you will learn to consider the interconnectedness of the body as a whole.

By understanding the body's interrelated structures and systems, you will be able to identify and address underlying issues that may contribute to the development or persistence of injuries. This comprehensive approach will enhance your ability to provide effective and well-rounded treatment.  Integrating Techniques into Your Current Treatment Application  The workshop aims to help you integrate the newly acquired techniques seamlessly into your current treatment application. By expanding your skill set, you will have a broader range of tools at your disposal to address various injuries and conditions.

On the workshop you will: 

- Learn about the properties of fascia

- Why it is important to treat the fascial system 

- Practice hands-on Myofascial Techniques

- Learn self-care Myofascial techniques for therapist and client

Techniques to include: 

- Longitudinal Planes 

- Refining placatory skills

- Cross Hand Releases on various areas 

- Introduction to multi-therapist techniques 

- Introduction to Myofascial Unwinding 

27th & 28th July 2024

10am - 5pm

Cost: £250

Deposit: £50

Requirements for the workshop: Level 3 Massage Therapist

To apply for this workshop, fill in the registration form 

        At the end of the workshop you will given a certificate of attendance           and 12 CPD points 

Reserve your place with deposit £50

About the tutor

Hannah Freimanis has been a holistic therapist for 20 years, mostly focusing on Remedial & Sports Massage and Reflexology. During her continued years of practice Hannah's interest in the fascial system has developed and grown. This then led to Hannah training as a Myofascial Release Therapist and running a successful practice providing MFR therapy. Hannah has been a tutor for many years, teaching at the West Shires School of Complementary Therapies and thoroughly enjoys passing her passion onto others and watching people grow into talented therapists. 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"A highly knowledgeable, dedicated, professional and passionate! 

Hannah is truly an inspiring tutor with the right amount of humor and patience and the ability to naturally guide and support!"

Eliza Taylor

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