Self Myofascial Release (SMFR)
Sessions availble online & in-person
Self-myofascial release (SMFR) is based on the same principles of myofascial release (MFR).
In SMFR, the therapist is replaced by tools such as foam rollers and a variety of balls. Self directed pressure and/or bodyweight is applied through the tool to create pressure to the fascia.
It is our goal at YogaFASCIAnation to empower you with techniques to help you feel better in your body.
A SMFR session will include various therapy balls and foam roller. These tools vary in desnity and size and are used to target different areas of the body. Typically a SMFR will also include a check-in and re-check in, breath work, awareness and relaxation.
Together with your own goals and using specific tools suited to your needs we will weave our own individualised approach, crafting a unique session.
What can Self Myofascial release (SMFR) help with?
Stress & anxiety: down regulation of the nervous system
General muscle soreness and relaxation
Managing pain: symptoms assoiated with many general aches and pains
Improved neuromuscular efficiency
Self-care: promotes a sense of wellness and health
Self-myofascial release (SMFR) is based on the same principles of myofascial release (MFR),. In SMFR the therapist is replaced by tools such as foam rollers and a variety of balls. Self directed pressure and/or bodyweight is applied through the tool to create pressure to the soft tissues.
"I had a series of 3 falls and pain and stiffness had been my everyday. I had 3 remote SMFR sessions which have been immensely helpful. Since I have been able to sleep as I haven't had hip pain. I have also been able to put my socks on for the first time for two weeks! SMFR is truly wonderful" K Hayler
If you would like to discuss how SMFR can help you click the button below to arrange a SMFR discovery call.
I see a wide range of clients that seek myofascial treatment after losing flexibility or
function following an injury, surgery or experience ongoing pain, in some cases that have been unresolved for some years. I treat clients with soft tissue pain patterns such as fibromyalgia, ME and Lyme disease. I also treat women’s health issues.
My clinics are based in Stonehouse and Stroud, Gloucestershire.
“ A scar is the tip of a fascial iceberg”
Scar tissue can occur as a result of physical trauma (either from surgery or similar injury). This density is often what creates a pull on the tissues deep under the skin, which can then in turn cause pain., and can often lead to compensations in other areas.
Read more about scar tissue release here.