Licensed massage therapist uses myofascial release technique to help physically and energetically open and rehydrate the fascial system
What You'll Get
- Myofascial release therapy aims to provide an effective and safe way to physically and energetically open and rehydrate the fascial system. The treatment uses three techniques, including structural release, rebounding, and unwinding, to soften the tissue and make it more pliable.
- Carl Bruckner is a licensed massage therapist and yoga teacher who specializes in myofascial release therapy.
The Fine Print
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Myofascial-release therapy helps alleviate pain, improve range of motion, and promote the body systems' natural flow—something Carl Bruckner knows well. He found so much relief as a patient of the bodywork method that he switched careers to practice it. After obtaining his massage therapy license, he opened GeorgiaMFR, where he treats everything from chronic fatigue to athletic injuries by stretching and releasing the fascial tissue.