Through Our Healing Arts Training...
Myofascial Release MFR stretches the myofascial unit a combination of muscles and the fascia, a thin layer of tissue covering every muscle. When a muscle is injured or strained, the fascia around tightens and can become sticky. This can affect the muscles capacity to do work. Stretching both areas together, the therapist relieves soreness in the muscle and restores the flexibility that results from restoring the fluid capacity of healthy tissue
Trigger Point Therapy
Deep tissue massage works the deeper muscles to release tension in the body, usually chronic tension. This is done with slow strokes and concentrated pressure on the tense area to remove toxins and loosen muscles. Deep tissue massage can result in soreness for a day or two following the massage.