Unlocking the Knots: How we Release Stuck Fascia with Massage Therapy

Have you ever experienced persistent muscle tightness or discomfort that just won’t seem to budge?

You might be dealing with stuck fascia, a common but often overlooked issue in the world of physical wellness.

Fascia is the connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles, bones, and organs. When it becomes tight or restricted, it can create a range of problems, from decreased flexibility to chronic pain.

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Picture fascia as a delicate yet resilient web that weaves its way through our bodies. Over time, stress, poor posture, injuries, or even repetitive movements can cause this web to become tangled or stuck.

At WholeFrog® we use a variety of techniques, tools, and machines to free your fascia and help you to feel good now!  We always start by making sure our clients are drinking enough water. 

Therapeutic Bodywork and Massage Therapy work wonders in releasing the tension trapped within fascial layers. Massage techniques like myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, and deep tissue massage target these adhesions, promoting blood flow, and encouraging the fascia to regain its natural elasticity. It’s like giving your muscles a much-needed breath of fresh air, allowing them to move more freely and comfortably.

The magic lies in the skilled hands of our massage therapists who understand the intricacies of fascial release. By applying targeted pressure and gentle stretching, they can help break down adhesions, promoting better circulation and enhancing the overall health of your connective tissues.

Our therapists are also trained to use various balls, our amazing GX machine, cupping, or other techniques and tools.

Regular massage sessions can gradually undo the knots that have accumulated, offering relief from chronic pain and restoring a sense of balance to your body. So, the next time you feel your muscles holding onto stress, consider booking a massage appointment to give your fascia the attention it deserves.

Your FullRange therapist is ready to relieve your stress, muscle aches and pains, injuries, and dysfunction.

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WholeFrog® Online has a team of R.N’s, professional medical massage therapists, fitness professionals, PT’s, and coaches who all share the same goal, YOUR optimum health and wellness.

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Sources:

  1. Myers, T. (2014). Anatomy Trains: Myofascial Meridians for Manual and Movement Therapists.
  2. Schleip, R., & Müller, D. G. (2013). Training principles for fascial connective tissues: Scientific foundation and suggested practical applications. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 17(1), 103-115.
  3. Findley, T. W., & Schleip, R. (2007). Introduction to the nature of fascial tissue. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 11(3), 103-112.