Consistent Myofascial Release self-care is a great tool for preventative health, and also promotes recovery, when paired with treatment by your Health Professional.
With the 30-Day Online Healing Journey, we provide daily 30-minute self-treatment videos. You will learn safe and effective exercises to practice Myofascial Release self-care in the comfort of your own home. These are designed to awaken the deep potential that lies within your own mind and body.
The journey will be available for purchase in Earlt Spring 2021.
What will I gain from participating in the journey?
Each day we will tune into your fascial voice. We will explore the anatomy of specific areas, and demonstrate how treating your fascial system can improve the function of these areas.
I will teach you techniques to realign your posture, release your neck, back, hips and shoulder, improve your breathing capacity and address other specific goals you may have.
30 minutes per day is my recommended minimum amount of time to invest in your self-care. But beyond following along with the videos, I encourage you to extend the time you allocate for your well-being and continue practising the techniques you learn.
What to Expect:
Together, we will navigate through your myofascial restrictions and learn how to release them gently and effectively.
Myofascial Release addresses the totality of your human being-ness, so please be ready to connect with underlying feelings, sensations and beliefs that you may have been avoiding. These feelings, sensations and beliefs are key to understanding what you need for you to return to a pain-free active lifestyle.
How can I participate?
We are still in the process of refining the curriculum for the 30-Day Online Healing Journey. Our expected launch date is December 2020.
If you would like to be notified as soon as the journey becomes available, please send me an email. Please also feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
Important to note
Due to the online nature of these sessions, I am not able to see you in person, assess your condition or supervise your self-care routine. As with any self-care program that you undertake, we advise you err on the side of caution. If you feel pain or uncertainty in any particular moment of the self-care process, please ease up. Listen to your fascial voice, and use pain as your messenger.
Myofascial release treatment is non-injurious, as long as you approach the process gently, with curiosity, and mindfully. While it is important to explore the depths of your fascial restriction, we do not subscribe to the notion of ,”No pain, no gain,” but rather, “Feeling is healing.” With that said, let’s enjoy this journey together.
Magdalena Regdos, RMT