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NEW Myofascial Release Workshops January to June 2012

by | Jan 15, 2012 | Workshops | 0 comments

Pain Care Clinic has released dates for its new myofascial release self-help workshops for January to June 2012.

About myofascial release

Myofascial release is a gentle, non-invasive bodywork technique based on an understanding of how muscles and fascia work together deep within the body to produce movement and communicate pain. Fascia is believed by many complementary therapists to be an alternative communication system connecting body with mind.

Understanding the body in a myofascial way offers exciting possibilities for self-help techniques to aid physical movement and enhance well-being. These can be particularly beneficial for people living with chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia and RSI.

The Pain Care Clinic Workshops

Pain Care Clinic is running two relaxing and informative workshops including myofascial anatomy, myofascial stretching and self-help bodywork techniques. Workshops take place in Brighton and Hove and London.

Full workshop timetable and booking.

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