I'm super excited to be bringing this new technique into my work. I recently trained in Shiatsu with Fascia Release with a wonderful Italian teacher called Gabriella Polli, in London.
The Fascia is a web of connective tissues which exists throughout our body, connecting and holding all our structures in place. It wraps around every part of our structural system, connecting and protecting, flexing and stretching. You can see it magnified under a microscope in this video on You tube. (click on link)
When we experience trauma, injury or illness, the Fascia can clamp up around that area, to protect it, and go into a longer term holding pattern which causes tension, stiffness and difficulty
The training I have undertaken provides a way to help release the fascia in an incredibly gentle, yet deep way, and my clients have been experiencing a long lasting release and effect from where I have introduced this into my practice.
If you are experiencing long term tensions, pain or difficulty around an injury this is a completely non-invasive way of working, similar to that of a cranial osteopath, but with an incredibly light touch: therefore very safe around areas which are painful or inflamed, or wouldn't respond well to manipulation. It also can work at a very deep level physiologically. Combining this technique with using some of the meridians and pressure points we use in shiatsu is proving to bring profound results with some of my clients and I am really excited to be able to offer this in my practice.
If you'd like to know more or have questions as to whether this would be suitable for you or someone you know, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Wishing you well
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Author: Hannah Currant
Hannah is a Shiatsu and EFT Practitioner based in Bristol.
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