Myofascial release


    • 80 €


Each muscle in the body is wrapped in a separate film called the fascia, and muscle groups are wrapped in larger films. Long fascial-muscular packets form myofascial circuits as they repeat motion vectors. Blocks, joints, and clamps can interfere with the path of myofascial circuits that affect movement along the entire line – for example, neck pain is often associated with flat feet or unstretched hamstrings. The myofascial release procedure uses massage movements aimed at releasing the fascia. It uses manual force on both muscles and connective tissue, which helps to relax myofascial structures and unlock trigger points. It also reduces acute pain, increases joint mobility and flexibility, improves blood circulation and tissue nutrition.