I like to help people keep moving and grooving!
I am a licensed and certified massage therapist since 2007. I specialize in Myofascial Release (MFR} Unwind and Rebounding, which I work into all of my massages. Unwind is specific technique that address the fascia or connective tissue by waiting for the fascia to release through passive and relaxing movement. Rebounding is a specific technique that address the muscles by focusing on the muscle attachments and realigning the muscle through muscle movement and stretches, instead of painfully forcing the belly of the muscle to relax (which most massage therapists do during their treatment sessions). MFR is a very relaxing massage, and it feels good to get stretched out and realigned.
By using a variety modalities and techniques with Myofascial Release (MFR) Unwind and Rebounding, I can help you experience instant results. After a treatment session, people report feeling lighter and relaxed, they stand up straighter, they achieve increased; flexibility, range of motion and muscle strength, they are relieved to have little or no pain after their treatment, and their time in-between treatment sessions last longer.
MFR Unwind and Rebounding is a great massage for and is helpful for:
- body maintenance to correct posture and relax muscles
- relaxation and improving sleep
- people who have chronic and acute muscle conditions and injuries
- injury recovery for neck, shoulder, hip, back, and knee issues
- increased circulation, range of motion, and flexibility
Clients also benefit from MFR Unwind and Rebounding work who have the following conditions and issues:
Arthritis, Muscular Dystrophy (MD), Multipal Sclerosis (MS), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Cerebral Palsy, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Insomnia and sleep disorders, Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Headaches, TMJ, Neck Pain, Bulging Disc, Degenerative Disc Disease, Whiplash, Scoliosis, Frozen Shoulder, Carpal Tunnel Syndrom, Tennis Elbow, Sciatica, Pelvic Pain, Menstrual Problems, Plantar Fascitis, and Scarring.
Many Physical therapist also use MFR stretches to help people increase range of motion and flexibility.