Myofascial release is a highly effective therapeutic technique that targets the fascia, a connective tissue that surrounds muscles and organs in our bodies. This hands-on therapy involves applying gentle, sustained pressure to release tension and restrictions within the fascia, restoring its natural flexibility and function. Myofascial release is renowned for its ability to alleviate chronic pain, improve posture, and enhance overall mobility and flexibility. It can be particularly beneficial for individuals dealing with conditions like fibromyalgia, muscle knots, or postural issues. By promoting the release of muscle tension and fascial restrictions, this therapy not only relieves discomfort but also supports better body alignment and improved range of motion. If you’re seeking relief from persistent pain or looking to optimize your physical well-being, myofascial release can be a valuable addition to your wellness journey, offering a path toward greater comfort and improved mobility.
• Pain relief, detoxification, Injury prevention
• Improved flexibility and range of motion
• Enhanced circulation
• Reduction of scar tissue and adhesions
• Stress reduction and relaxation
• Treat musculoskeletal conditions (herniated disc, Shin splints, rheumatoid arthritis, sprains and strains, fibromyalgia)
Our Cupping and Myofascial Release Options
Step into the soothing embrace of our Infrared sauna, enveloping yourself in its comforting warmth. Afterward, immerse yourself in the rejuvenating effects of a cupping session, leaving you feeling refreshed and energized.
Indulge in the therapeutic benefits of Myofascial (Soft Tissue Manipulation), allowing your muscles and body to unwind and release tension. Followed with a session in our Cryotherapy machine, providing you with a revitalizing experience.
CUPPING & MYOFASCIAL RELEASE
Experience the healing advantages of both Myofascial Therapy (Soft Tissue Manipulation) and cupping, while enjoying the comprehensive benefits of our walk-in Cryotherapy machine and Infrared Sauna. This combination aims to effectively alleviate an extensive amount of tension, promoting relaxation and overall well-being.
What to do after your Myofascial release
Drink plenty of water to help your body flush out toxins and metabolic waste products that may have been released during the session. Adequate hydration supports the healing process.
Rest and Relax
Give your body time to adapt to the changes in your fascia. Rest and relaxation are crucial, especially in the hours following the therapy. Allow your body to recover and heal naturally.
Engage in light, gentle movements such as walking or slow, controlled stretching to promote circulation and prevent muscle stiffness. Avoid strenuous exercise immediately after the session.
Maintain Good Posture
Be mindful of your posture. If the therapy targeted specific areas related to posture correction, try to maintain good posture habits to support the positive changes achieved during the session.
Practice deep, diaphragmatic breathing to promote relaxation and oxygenate your muscles and tissues. This can further enhance the effects of myofascial release.
Mindfulness and Stress Reduction
Manage stress and tension through relaxation techniques such as meditation, mindfulness, or gentle yoga. Stress can contribute to muscle tension, which you want to avoid after myofascial release.
What to avoid after your Myofacial Release Treatment
After myofascial release therapy, it’s important to take certain precautions to ensure you get the most benefit from the treatment. Here’s what to avoid:
Avoid engaging in strenuous physical activities immediately after the therapy. Give your body time to recover and adapt to the changes in your fascia.
Refrain from applying excessive pressure or deep tissue massage to the treated areas for at least 24-48 hours. Your fascia may be sensitive, and aggressive manipulation can cause discomfort or injury.
Stay well-hydrated to support the removal of toxins and metabolic waste products released during the therapy. Dehydration can impede the healing process.
Alcohol and Caffeine
Limit your consumption of alcohol and caffeine, as these substances can contribute to muscle tension and dehydration, which may counteract the effects of myofascial release.
Be mindful of your posture, especially if the therapy targeted specific areas related to posture correction. Avoid slouching or maintaining poor posture habits that could re-tighten the fascia.
Avoid heavy or large meals immediately after the therapy, as digestion can divert blood flow and energy away from the healing process.
Excessive heat, such as hot baths or saunas, should be avoided in the hours following myofascial release therapy, as it can potentially increase inflammation.
While gentle stretching can be beneficial, avoid aggressive stretching or yoga poses that could strain the treated areas.