Learn the practical approach to treating chronic pain using myofascial release
What is Practical Myofascial Release?
Practical Myofascial Release is a structured approach to effectively treating complex chronic pain conditions. It is a distillation of the most effective fascial techniques taken from myofascial release, structural integration, visceral manipulation and craniosacral techniques. It combines clinic treatment with self-help exercises to provide clients with long-lasting effective relief from chronic pain.
What makes Practical Myofascial Release different?
Practical Myofascial Release is based on over 10 years clinic experience of treating complex chronic pain conditions using an exclusively myofascial treatment approach. This means we know what works and what doesn’t.
We have experience of successfully treating all common, complex and ‘hard to treat’ chronic pain conditions including RSI, headaches & migraines, back pain, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, fibromyalgia and scar tissue complications.
We also give our clients simple self-help exercises so they can continue to prevent chronic pain in the longer term.
Many of our clients say they come to us ‘as a last resort’ having unsuccessfully tried medical and complementary therapy treatments. We find that we can help them back to pain free living.
What does the course consist of?
The course is taught in two parts, each part lasting 3 days and having a month between.
In part 1 you will learn the basic Practical Myofascial Release techniques for the whole body.
During the month between part 1 and part 2 we ask you to complete case studies of 3 practical myofascial release treatments each on 3 clients.
In part 2 we will consolidate your learning of practical myofascial release, and focus on the treatment of complex chronic pain conditions including effective scar tissue release. We will also share with you how to teach your clients simple and effective self-help exercises.
Who is Practical Myofascial Release for?
Practical Myofascial Release is for you if:
- You are an experienced bodywork or movement therapist.
- You are interested in learning more about fascia and myofascial release.
- You want to become a myofascial release specialist.
What preparation do I need to do?
If you haven’t done any other myofascial release training before, we recommend you first attend our one day Introduction to Practical Myofascial Release course which runs concurrently with the main course.
You can find our more about our one day Introduction to Practical Myofascial Release course HERE.
What are the other benefits of the course?
- Become a Practical Myofascial Release Specialist.
- Gain accredited certification from the FHT which means you can become insured to practice myofascial release.
- Promote your business through our therapist directory. We give you the first 12 months listing free.
- Learn how to run our Living Pain Free workshops on our Workshop Course.
Where is it taught and by whom?
We run our courses in Headingley, Leeds. Leeds is centrally located in the UK with excellent transport links to the city. Headingley is a vibrant area of Leeds close to the city centre and providing a choice of accommodation and places to eat and drink.
Our courses take place at the Heart Centre, Headingley which has excellent and accessible facilities and a highly rated onsite cafe.
All of our courses are taught by Amanda Oswald, lead therapist and owner of the Pain Care Clinic, and author of Living Pain Free: Healing Chronic Pain with Myofascial Release.
Our class size is limited to a maximum of 10 people. This ensures that all students have the benefit of individual attention within a small group environment.
How much does it cost?
Practical Myofascial Release 6 days = £795
Introduction to Myofascial Release 1 day = £90
Both courses include manuals and a copy of Living Pain Free is included with the 6 day course.
Payment is by card, PayPal or bacs transfer.
Please contact us if you would like to arrange payment by instalment (this applies only to the 6 day course, or both courses booked together).