Thursday, 27 March 2014

Connective Tissue Massage

Connective Tissue Massage is a dynamic approach to bodywork that releases myofascia restrictions more effectively than any other technique available. Connective tissue massage relieves chronic tension, increases ease of movement, improves posture, and enhances self-awareness. These results are often achieved with remarkable efficiency, providing immediate relief from symptoms without requiring excessive force. Connective tissue massage can reduce stress, relieve chronic tension, and improve flexibility and posture. 

Connective tissue massage can also be helpful in preventing, and rehabilitating from, many types of injuries. Connective tissue work may be useful on or around a specific site of injury. Because it relieves fascia strain and tension around joints, it is ideal in reducing structural compensations which could otherwise develop following trauma (whether acute or chronic). This can mean a faster and more complete recovery, helping minimize the body’s vulnerability to future injury.

Connective Tissue Massage is a unique sensory experience, and does not involve the use of oil or lotion. The sense of well-being that ensues can include more energy, increased breathing capacity, and enhanced self-awareness. Connective tissue massage can be used as either a primary or adjunctive support to other therapies to alleviate symptoms of any number of chronic conditions, and other neuromusculoskeletal disorders such as,

• Tendonitis 
• Fibromyalgia
• Scoliosis 
• Chronic fatigue syndrome
• Sciatica
• Multiple sclerosis
• TMJ 
• Arthritis 
• Carpal tunnel syndrome

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