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The One Rule of Effective Fascial Release, And Why Massage Doesn’t ‘Release’ Fascia

Have you ever wondered why massage therapy doesn’t “release” fascia? I mean…those deep tissue massages hurt! They must be doing something, right? I want to let you in on a little secret that will help you understand fascia and how to create changes within that soft tissue system that last. …

How to Relieve Menstrual Cramps – Partner Technique for Abdominal Fascia Release

Women – have you ever planned something fun, like a date or a backpacking adventure, only to realize with horror after you step out your door that your period is here and all you want to do is go home, curl up on the couch and try not to die? …

Abdominal Fascia Release – Try This if You Have Digestive Issues or Process Anxiety in Your Gut

Do you have knots in your stomach? Do you process anxiety and stress in your gut, or have digestive issues? The gut is a HUGE and very complicated topic. This post is meant to be a signal in the dark, a stopping point where you might glimpse a piece or …

Relieve Heel Pain and Recover from Rolled Ankles – Inner Calf Release

This area of the body warrants a close look at the anatomy, while the technique itself is very simple. This one small area, when fascially restricted, can wreak havoc on the entire foot, ankle, heel, plantar fascia and quite possibly a lot of things upstream as well, such as knees, …

Master Mobility by Learning the Distinctions Between Flexibility, Inflexibility and Fascial Restrictions Part 3 – Flexibility or Mobility Issue?

This is Part 3 in a 3-Part series. Click here for Part 1 and click here for Part 2. When is “inflexibility” a fascial restriction or mobility issue, and when is it true inflexibility? That’s the topic of Part 3, the last in this series. Fascial restriction can APPEAR to …