Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure to the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions. This technique helps to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Trauma, inflammatory responses, and surgical procedures create Myofascial restrictions that can produce tensile pressures on pain sensitive structures.
Myofascial Release allows us to look at each client as a unique individual.
MFR II, the second class in the Direct Release Myofascial Technique series and focuses on Ribs, Respiration and Spine
You will learn how to free the movement of the ribs and help create better breathing as well as improved thoracic function. This is done via MFR, functional release techniques and joint mobilisation. Many painful areas in the spine are associated with “stuck” facet joints and you will learn to identify and treat them with low force techniques. Participants will go away from the class with a greatly enhanced ability to make specific responses to restriction in these areas via soft tissue and mobilising techniques.
This course covers:
• How to identify stuck facet joints through motion testing and correct the restriction via client movement
• Simple tests for SIJ mobility and stability and how to respond to the findings
• Working with the ligaments of the sacrum and how to address sacral torsions
• Over twenty MFR techniques that are learned through extensive student exchange and can be easily integrated into any manual therapy practice. You will learn new skills and at the same time enjoy release of some of your own restrictions!
• An effective approach to addressing scoliosis through asymmetrical MFR. This can used with functional curvatures as well as long term structural ones such as idiopathic scoliosis.
Contact us on 1300 839 839 to begin a myofascial technique 2 course in Melbourne.
NB The pre requisite for this course is Myofascial Tension Technique 1 (MTT1)
Continuing Education Credit (CEU’s) have been granted for this course by:
M & MA – 20 CPE’s
AMT – (5 CEU’s per hour of attendance)
ATMS – 14 CEU’s