Introduction to Myofascial Release
Saturday and Sunday 26th and 27th September
10am - 5pm
Myofascial Release is a gentle hands on treatment, which releases tensions within the body. The treatment process is about understanding how to feel for imbalances within the body and using your new skill set to develop a pain-free structural integrity for the client.
Myofascial Release techniques are a valuable addition for massage therapists wishing to develop their own skill set and aiming to get to the root of chronic illness. Myofascial Release is also extremely good at accessing emotional patterns which are held physically within the body. Myofascial release can bring great pain relief, an increase and ease of mobility and an overall greater sense of wellbeing.
The techniques delivered during the workshop will give the skill set to treat injuries at their root cause; and develop your understanding of the emotional and physical links within injury.
The workshop will also help you develop an understanding of the importance of a full body treatment, and the ability to use these techniques within your current treatment application.
What will the 2 day workshop entail:
- 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
26th & 27th September 2020
10am - 5pm
Requirements for the workshop: Level 3 Massage Therapist
To apply for this workshop, fill in the registration form (click on box below) and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
At the end of the workshop you will given a certificate of attendance and 12 CPD points
About the tutor
Hannah Freimanis has been a holistic therapist for 17 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, she has been incorporating MFR techniques for many years into her treatments, this then led to Hannah training as a Myofascial Release Therapist. 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!"