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June 27, 2018

One of the most common ailments that clients seek treatment from me for is scar tissue. This could be scar tissue due to a C-section, breast augmentation, knee surgery, open heart surgery... any kind of surgery really. But what is scar tissue and how can myofascial rel...

September 16, 2017


If you’ve received a myofascial release treatment using the John Barnes Approach, you’ll have noticed that your therapist holds each release for quite a long time. Most releases are held for a minimum of five minutes. Ideally, a release could be held for six to eight...

August 25, 2017

Balancing Your Foundation

No matter what symptoms a client may come in with, I always make sure to take notice of the alignment of their pelvis. Sometimes this gets a confused reaction because maybe this person came in complaining about their plantar fasciitis or their...

August 14, 2017

As I was contemplating the message I wanted to convey with my practice I kept coming back to the concept of “holding space”. If you are familiar with alternative or holistic types of therapy you may have already heard of this term and there are a few ways to interpret...

August 9, 2017

In my training to become a certified massage therapist and even before that when I attended college, I had to take several biology and anatomy classes. I've been tested on the origin and insertion of muscles, the function of all the organ systems, how to identify skin...

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