From resisting to releasing: the gifts of moving the fascia


'Once you’ve experienced the aha moments that accompany practices that release the body’s fascia, there’s no going back. You know it. A subtle shift. A feeling of letting go. Maybe you haven’t been able to describe it in words. It’s an experience that needs to be felt. But you know it. That moment your body goes from resisting to releasing.' (Uplift)

My Moving Fascia® self-release workshop is coming to Bristol on the 22nd May at Vital Pilates studio in Westbury Park, and I would love to see you there! Let me introduce you the first principle of this method:


S O F T E N...


💦 Body tissues can become dehydrated due to injury, immobility, repetitive movement, and inflammation. Dehydrated tissues lose the capacity for gliding and optimal movement, affecting the overall dynamic stability of the body.


The SOFTEN self-release technique applies specific pressure and directional movement over a certain period of time, this gives feedback to the connective tissues, allowing them to respond and changing their quality and fluidity, with the extra benefits of regulating the nervous system.


The next three principles are EXPAND, RESTORE, INTEGRATE... And I'll explore these in a future post. Now, what is the difference between having a myofascial release treatment (e.g. Bowen Therapy) and attending a moving fascia class that can teach you self-release techniques? Keep reading!



WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HANDS ON MYOFASCIAL RELEASE TREATMENT AND THE MOVING FASCIA SELF RELEASE METHOD?


DIfference between Myofascial release and Moving Fascia Method
From Evolve Movement Education resources



If you are curious and would like to try this technique to see if it is for you, all you need is to book on my next workshop! Places are limited, click here to reserve you place. I look forward to meeting you there!




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