Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release therapy (MFR) is an alternative treatment that supports the body’s natural potential to heal itself.  This holistic therapy uses gentle, sustained pressure and stretch, to release restrictions in the fascial system.

A framework of support and protection for the body, the fascial system is comprised of fascia (a connective tissue) and ground substance (a watery lubricant).  Fascia wraps around every muscle, bone, nerve, internal organ, and cell.  Normally fascial fibers lubricated with ground substance glide freely.  However, when injured the facial system dehydrates becoming as dense and thick as plastic. Restrictions in the fascia lock down the tissues and organs generating chronic pain, misalignment, and dysfunction in the body.  As restrictions hold they extend a line of pull to distant areas creating complex patterns of pain and immobility.

MFR comprises a triad of techniques; Myofascial Release (structural release), Rebounding (wave-like rocking motion), and Unwinding (facilitated movement). Together they create a powerful shift in the physical and emotional body opening you to a freedom you may never have experienced.

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Myofascial Release Therapy

Cindy Wysocki

Myofascial Release Therapy (MFR)
An excellent therapeutic treatment for those that are dealing with chronic pain or wishing to maintain their health and well-being. In a safe and nurturing environment your John F Barnes Myofasacial Release therapist will assist you in unwinding long standing physical and emotional holding patterns. This session is comprised of gentle sustained pressure, stretching and/or rocking. A Brilliant Life has obtained John F Barnes MFR Expert Level certification.

Cindy is available at Dreams Life & Wellness Center weekly on Tuesdays.

Cindy also offers Energy Healing and Swedish Massage.

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