Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release is advanced Body work to relieve pain and restore function and mobility…

What is it and what can it do for me?

Myofascial release refers to a series of techniques designed to release areas of facial restriction. It works by releasing one by one restrictions throughout the whole body giving relief to many aches and pains in one treatment. Myofascial release brings about permanent change in the tissues so that the results will last longer than conventional massage treatments.

Postural changes can occur so that symptoms do not keep re-occurring. We can also integrate Myofascial Release into your Sports Massage. Select Sports Massage with Myofascial Release when booking online.

What conditions is Myofascial release good for?

  • Sporting injuries
  • Acute injuries that might be too painful for regular massage
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Pelvic misalignment
  • Postural irregularities
  • Menstrual pain
  • Irritable Bowel syndrome
  • Sciatic type pain
  • Plantar fascitis
  • Chronic pain
  • Complex pain conditions as the result of physical or emotional trauma
  • Unexplained muscular pain
  • Headaches
  • Whiplash
  • Carpal tunnel type symptoms/ RSI
  • Numbness and tingling in extremities
  • Scars
  • Sacroiliac joint pain/low back lumbar pain

What happens in a treatment?

If you like stretching you will love Myofascial release!
Treatment approaches vary according to the condition you present with. Mostly you will be lying down on one of our heated couches covered with towels or blankets. The Therapist will use a variety of different techniques by applying gentle traction to a large area of the body eg back, hamstrings, arms or leg.

Once a release is felt more focussed stretching of individual muscles will be applied. The therapist relies on feedback from the client to ensure that you are feeling comfortable with any sensations you experience.

Sensations during a Myofascial release treatment vary for each individual from tingling, tightness, heat, cold and sometimes emotions or old memories can occur. The therapist is trained to help guide you safely through anything that may occur so that you feel secure at all times. A sense of intense relaxation and an improved sense of freedom, energy and ease within the body are some of the sensations reported by client.

We are Brighton & Hove’s main centre for Myofascial release with more therapists trained in this field of bodywork than any where else in the city.

Sports Massage with Myofascial release is offered by:

Myofascial Release Price

Duration Price
60 mins £55.00 Book Now
90 mins £80.00 Book Now

Myofascial Release Price

Duration Price
60 mins £55.00 Book Now
90 mins £80.00 Book Now

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Information about Brighton

Natural Balance offers Myofascial Release services in Brighton, East Sussex, a large town located in South East England.
Part of the Brighton and Hove built-up area, Brighton is located in the City of Brighton and Hove, a Unitary Authority in Sussex.
A large number of leading businesses make Brighton and East Sussex their home including Natural Balance.
Brighton used to be called Brighthelmstone.
Commonly used nicknames include Blightey & Brighthelmstone.
Over the years Brighton has assimilated villages and a number of settlements including Aldrington, Hangleton, Old Steine, Bevendean, Hangleton, Brunswick, Coldean and Black Rock.
Natural Balance's Myofascial Release service area like-wise encompasses Moulsecoomb, Hollingbury, Hollingdean, Hove and Mile Oak in the City of Brighton and Hove.
Other service areas of Natural Balance in Brighton, Sussex encompassRottingdean, Portslade-by-Sea, Patcham, Saltdean and Ovingdean,
as well as Brighton and Hove's outer urban areas Westdene, Woodingdean, West Blatchington and Withdean.
Last but not least Natural Balance's Myofascial Release services cover the Brighton Municipality including Bear Road area, Brighton Marina and Stanmer.
Brighton is within the BN postcode area.
The Sussex University and University of Brighton are known through out the United Kingdom.
Preston Park, Brighton and Queen's Park, Brighton are are popular with local residents and known through out England.
The major roads of Brighton are the A27 road and A23 road.
To the West, the City of Brighton and Hove is bordered by Shoreham, Southwick, Littlehampton, Sompting, Lancing and Worthing.
Bordering on the East of the City of Brighton is Lewes, Peacehaven and Burgess Hill.