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Myofascial Release

Myofascial Massage addresses: the body's fascia (fibrous connective tissue that holds the body together & gives it shape).
General intent of Myofascial Massage is: to release restrictions in fascia.
Several forms of Myofascial Massage techniques are: 1) connective tissue massage (CTM), aka Bindegewebsmassage. 2)Rolfing, aka structural integration. 3)Myofascial Release (MFR).
Connective tissue massage (CTM), aka Bindegewebsmassage, utilizes: the systematic application of light strokes without oil.
Rolfing, aka structural integration, seeks to: re-establish proper vertical body alignment by manipulating & elongating fascia.
Myofascial Release is a method of: freeing restrictions in myofascial tissue to relieve pain, restore function/mobility, & release emotional trauma.
Fascia is: connective tissue that surrounds every muscle, nerve, & organ providing shape & support.
Fascia is composed of primarily: Ground substance, collagen, & elastin.
Created by: Sonhos