Myofascial Release

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29th October 2017
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Your remaining course fee will be payable to the course provider one month before the course date

Course Provider
Teach Therapy
Course Duration
1 day
Course Hours
9.30am to 5pm
Course Requirements
You should have a minimum level 3 Body Massage certificate or Diploma
Course Tutor
Joanne Perkins Reg. Osteopath
You will need to bring
Paper & pen & a pair of shorts
Course Description

Myofascial Release Technique is a very gentle approach which releases tension in the fascia and can be easily integrated into your massage treatment making you so much more effective

Myofascial Release Technique is a very gentle approach which releases tension in the fascia, thereby allowing the muscles to work more efficiently and allows chronic patterns of dysfunction to move more freely.

This technique is gentle on the practitioner's body and enables you to tackle acute and chronic conditions more confidently.

You will be able to integrate myofascial release technique easily into your existing massage treatments and you will learn how to deliver these new techniques with your client positioned in various ways on the couch - not just the traditional supine & prone taught in swedish and holistic massage - this will allow you to be far more effective.

Course Objectives:

To understand the structure of the myofascial system. To understand the function of the myofascia. To describe the contra-indications to myofascial bodywork. To demonstrate myofascial techniques in the upper and lower extremities, neck, spine, diaphragm, shoulder and pelvic girdle.


Note: If you have already completed our Advanced Massage 1 or 2 courses there will be an element of revision on this course

Course Accreditation/Awarding Organisation
  • FHT (Federation of Holistic Therapists)

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