Services Offered

backAt StillPoint Myofascial Release, you will receive a hands-on treatment designed to meet your individual needs. This profound and authentic therapy is based in Myofascial Release yet utilizes techniques from a variety of manual modalities  Any given session may range from deeply relaxing to therapeutically challenging, or anything in between. Each treatment will be different; each will be a unique session tailored around your needs at that time. Open communication is essential!

Unlike other traditional therapies or conventional medicine, Myofascial Release does not just focus on the symptoms. It certainly addresses the symptoms at hand but also identifies and rectifies the root cause of the problem. This is the reason behind profound and lasting results.

What is Myofascial Release?

Myofascial Release (MFR), as taught by John F. Barnes, is a highly effective, full body, hands-on approach. This manual therapy can provide amazing results for decreasing pain and increasing range of motion.  It has the potential to reach in to the Whole Body… physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.  It views each individual as a whole person and creates an environment to allow one’s self to inherently heal.

locationTo simply describe a complex system, fascia is a web-like system in our body that runs head to toe without interruption. It is a tough connective tissue that supports our entire being from the largest structures in our body down to the cellular level. Until recently, the fascial system has been largely ignored by most professionals in the health care industry.

Physical or emotional trauma, inflammation or postural misalignment can cause fascial restrictions leading to pressure on pain sensitive structures. This excessive pressure acts as a “straight jacket” in our body, producing symptoms such as pain, headaches, limited range of motion or even a general stuck-ness as it relates to Life, inhibiting movement. The modality of MFR uses sustained pressure and gentle stretching or compression into the fascial system allowing it to regain fluidity and relieve the tension of this tough connective tissue.

Although MFR addresses the symptoms at hand, it is designed to discover and rectify the restrictions that are often the root of the problem!

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StillPoint’s Approach

At StillPoint Myofascial Release, it is believed that this is not a “fix it” modality. This is an ebb and flow between client and therapist, a meeting on common ground. StillPoint uses a unique blend of Myofascial Release, CranioSacral techniques and Therapeutic Massage. Your MFR therapist is here to help facilitate your body’s own inherent ability to heal.

Your therapist will work with you to design a treatment to meet your specific needs. Whether you are looking for a reduction in physical symptoms, greater movement, enhanced performance, or way to incorporate your healing on a deeper level, a session will be tailored to help meet your individual goals.

doubleFor greatest effectiveness, Myofascial Release treatment is best received:

  • After a postural analysis
  • On bare skin, with no oil or lotion
  • With a skilled practitioner
  • In a safe environment
  • With an open, curious mind
  • With a desire for authentic healing
  • While giving yourself permission to explore and let go~

Since Myofascial Release looks to the entire body for its answers, many physical and emotional ailments can be addressed through this modality.  StillPoint Myofascial Release holds the intention to help free you of pain and increase movement, all while living your life to its fullest potential!

Through the gentle, non-invasive touch of MFR, many people have already experienced the benefits of reducing or eliminating:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Chronic pain
  • Headaches /Migraines
  • TMJ
  • Restriction of motion
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Sports injuries
  • Sciatica
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Tension / Stress
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Mental Clutter
  • Spiritual Stagnation