Fascial Massage Therapy + CoAT - Course of Applied Tensegrity is beneficial in treating:
- repetitive strain
- work & sports injuries
- post-surgical scars (c-section, hip, knee)
- spinal discomfort
- frozen shoulder
- plantar fasciitis
- stress related disorders
During your session you may be treated in areas that you may think are not related to your complaints or symptoms you are experiencing. The whole body, integrated approach to treatment is necessary when you recognize the nature of the 3-dimensional, inter-connected fascial web.
A person presenting with complaints of chronic low back pain may also have contributing fascial restrictions in the neck, due to the gradual tightening of the muscles and especially of the fascia. Optimal resolution of the low back requires the fascia of the head and neck to be released as well.
Additionally, scar tissue puts a tremendous strain into the whole body and needs to be released. Abdominal scarring often manifests as neck, upper back and shoulder pain, often many years after the original surgery.
Fascial Massage Therapy + Course of Applied Tensegrity (CoAT) can have a profound effect upon the body. These dynamic techniques allow the fascia to soften, rehydrate and release, resulting in reduced pain, increased mobility. The nervous system unplugs from fight and flight, enabling your body to reset to rest and restore.
Simple. Direct. Dynamic.