I’ve written a bit about this previously, that your myofascial self treatment and care must match your workout. That there are likely some go tos, some self treatment that you will do for life to help keep your body moving and feeling best. I am familiar with those for myself. Generally that is some timeContinue Reading »
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Learn about the different ways you can self-treat using myofascial release therapy techniques, plus when self treatment is the best option and when it should be avoided.
Are You Addressing The Same Aches And Pains Over And Over In The Same Way?
How Aches And Pains Become “Normal” I recently spent some time receiving a series of myofascial treatment sessions for myself. I wasn’t in crisis. Didn’t have anything seriously bothering me. But was aware of some nagging trouble that just never seems to resolve. You know, shoulder, back, and neck tension “from too much time inContinue Reading »
What Does The Best Care For Your One Body Mean?
We talk about providing the best care for your one body. The big question is, though, what does that BEST CARE look like for you? Hint: It is likely not going to look exactly like anyone else’s best care. . . The Best Care For Your One Body Will Be Unique To YOU For example,Continue Reading »
How Do You Approach Myofascial Self Treatment?
I was asked this question a few days ago, “How do I approach my own myofascial self treatment?” What You Are Doing For Myofascial Self Treatment Matters I started to answer with the things I do on a regular basis. Legs up the wall at least once a week. Nightly lying on and softeningContinue Reading »
We trust what you sense and feel . . . So you can trust what you sense and feel
What does it mean to trust what you sense and feel? That’s a great question! Consider, we’ve all had our experience invalidated in some way, at some point. You know how it feels, you speak up about something, a need, a desire, something you notice in the world around you, something you are feeling inContinue Reading »
What do you want and how do you think it will go?
We see many clients who come into their initial evaluation and myofascial release treatment sessions wondering how things will go. Wondering if working with us will help them finally get their life back, finally allow them to return to the activities they enjoy and haven’t been able to do for a long time, sometimes years.Continue Reading »
When we move better, we feel better. Not the other way around
Frequently we hear from people, “If I felt better, I would be able to move better.” We believe this is backwards. If we move better, often we would feel better. Now, don’t get me wrong, it isn’t necessarily fun to move when you don’t feel well. Literally, it can be a pain. But when doneContinue Reading »
Myofascial release self treatment tools – what should I be using?
A client asked me recently about a myofascial release self treatment tool she had seen online for “releasing the psoas muscle.” She was wondering if it might be something helpful to purchase, if it might do more, faster, than what we had been doing. I took a look at the website for the toolContinue Reading »
Neck Pain – What to Do
It’s surprising how much it can get in your way and ruin your day. From being careful and limited in how you move, to the blowups at your boss or family because you’re in too much pain to take it anymore. Frankly, it just plain sucks. You’ve probably tried pain pills, massage, heat, cold, maybeContinue Reading »
Self Treat Clinic: Shoulders to Fingertips
A self-treat clinic for issues anywhere in your arm.Learn safe, simple techniques to recover the use of your hand, wrist, arm and shoulder. Perfect for limited range of motion, weakness, numbness, and pains. Including:Carpal Tunnel SyndromeWrist or Hand PainTennis ElbowFrozen ShoulderOld Injuries (Sprains, Dislocations) Presented by:Michael Sudbury, LMT Myofascial Release Therapist When:Saturday June 27th, 2015 10:00 am – 12:00Continue Reading »