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A SHORT COURSE ON MYOFASCIAL RELEASE FOR THE FACE.

19th May, 10.00am – 5.00pm
NEC, Birmingham 

Ruth is an advanced myofascial and soft tissue therapist. She has been using Myofascial Release (MFR) in her clinical practice for 12 years, having trained in massage and MFR in the US. She has completed the John F Barnes myofascial seminars as well as having attended workshops and seminars with other leading authorities in fascial work, including Erik Dalton and Tom Myers. Ruth has been teaching MFR in the UK for 8 years and is the owner of MFR UK and The Natural Therapy Centre, near Glasgow.

This short course will enable you to use add new skills in MFR to your treatments. Fascia is one uninterrupted structure, which exists throughout the body, from head to toe. It is organised within the body in a three-dimensional web. In its normal healthy state, it has the ability to stretch and move without restriction. Trauma and inflammation can cause the fascia to bind down, resulting in excessive pressure on nerves, muscles, blood vessels, osseous structures and organs. MFR techniques are gentle, safe, easily learned and are highly effective in reducing tension, promoting relaxation and well-being.

More info »

Further reading: 

Myofascial release (MFR), International Therapist, Issue 91: Ruth Duncan provides an introduction to MFR, when and where it originated, plus the benefits of this treatment.

Read here »

THE FHT ANNUAL TRAINING CONGRESS:

  • Over 20 lecture-demonstrations and workshops (1 CPD per hour)
  • A wide range of topics
  • Private training rooms
  • Easy access to venue.
BOOK NOW AT www.fht.org.uk/2013

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