Get ready my friend! If you’re willing to summon a little gumption and grit in order to try this powerful at home technique, you just might start breathing easier, free your rib cage from your diaphragm fascia (which means improved thoracic mobility, at least distally or at the lower end) and help some of your most important organs move better and receive blood and nerve communication.
I’m teaching you one simple way to release your diaphragm fascia at home.
For the best results, PLEASE watch the video demo in combination with reading the following about WHY to do this and HOW to do it safely.
WHY should you release your diaphragm fascia?
First of all, let’s talk about some anatomy.
While the focus here is on the diaphragm fascia (so you can breathe better), what we’re actually going after here is the fascial JUNCTION at the lower ribs. To read more about how important fascial functions are, click here to watch a video I made for you on this (it’ll help you get the MOST out of all your fascia release efforts, not just this one).
The fascial junction along the front (anterior) of your 12th ribs (left and right) include the fascia wrapping the ribs, sternum, the diaphragm fascia, potentially some lung fascia, liver fascia (on the right), stomach and spleen fascia (on the left); we’re also contacting the linea alba, rectus abdominis, internal obliques and maybe even the transverse abdominis fascia; not to mention the fascia wrapping the many arteries and nerves here. I mean – wow!
There’s just SO MUCH fascia here.
Use this fascia release technique to experience:
How to get the most out of this technique:
Please share your experience/results below and inspire someone else to try this! Got a question for me? Post that below and I’ll do my best to answer. Thanks for watching and I wish you better breathing and optimal vitality!
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