LITTLE MOROCCO SKIN & BODY

MYOFASCIAL RELEASE THERAPY

 

WHAT IS MYOFASCIAL RELEASE.. AND WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?

 

Effect of a MFR session on the shoulder of this client.  Notice that his right shoulder is now much closer to the table compared to the left.  The primary focus of MFR is to release restrictions within the CONNECTIVE TISSUE FRAMEWORK that can contribute to poor posture, forward posture and overall anatomical misalignment.  The result is a true release of long-held tension, increased ROM and better overall posture.

 

MFR IS NOT MASSAGE THERAPY.  The work is slow and very intentional.  The focus of this is to affect the web of connective tissue (aka, fascia).  Fascia will become ‘frozen’ or will feel tight.  This will cause you to feel tight.. and limited in movement.  The goal of MFR is to release those fascial restrictions, alleviating tightness, restoring proper overall musculoskeletal function to the body, improving ROM, as well as improving posture and gait.

 

DO YOU HAVE AN AREA ON THE BODY THAT IS ALMOST ALWAYS TIGHT, EVEN A COUPLE OF DAYS AFTER A GREAT MASSAGE? 

ARE YOUR SHOULDERS UP TO YOUR EARS? 

IS YOUR NECK TIGHT? 

DO YOU HAVE LIMITED MOVEMENT (ROM) MONTHS OR YEARS AFTER A SURGERY?

 

If you answered, “Yes!” to any of the above then you owe it to yourself to try a MFR session.  If you have tried MFR with another therapist and was not impressed, you may be pleasantly surprised after your session with me.  Do not discount the work based on a session with another therapist.  My MFR approach is in the style of Walt Fritz, PT (Rochester, NY), who was my Instructor for years.  
 

 

$80/30 minutes

$135/60 minutes

$195/90 minutes

$270/120 minutes