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Leaving Sedona

Myofascial release 2 was exhausting, brilliant but exhausting. Im really proud of myself for coming here, the last few days we have been studying more crainial techniques and advanced myofascial techniques for the sacro-iliac, psoas,thorax and the dural system. I am really looking forward to using these techniques when I get back to my massage clinic in Brighton. The training that is available in the UK is brilliant but to have come here has been a dream come true. I am really fortunate to love the work that I do so much that 2 weeks in a classroom makes me feel recharged and excited.

Myofascial Release Unwinding

That was a pretty intensive few days. One of the big things about myofascial release is working on yourself as a therapist. Its simple really, if you cant feel yourself how can we expect to beable to treat clients. So these past few days have all been about working on oursleves. Its been incredibly hard work, long days and non stop, I feel exhausted, raw and happy. Some of it is about leaving our egos outside the treatment room, though its meant witht he best will in the world we as therapists can often walk into a treatment room thinking, right Im going to make this client better, but really we can only facilitate someone elses journey, its down to ourselves as clients to get better.

Myofascial Realease 1

Just finished the first 4 days of the course, amazingly brilliant course. John is an incredible teacher and manages to keep everyone engaged. Its a really good mix of hands on work and theory. Loads of slides of fascia under the skin and seeing how this form of bodywork really works on stuck conditions. Its interesting to be studying with a lot of Americans, they seem to be impressed with our level of knowledge. People have travelled from Canada, all parts of the US and Italy to attend this course.

Sedona is stunning, after working all days its lovely to get out into the mountains to clear the heaad and work on our own restrictions.

Myofascial release in the USA

Heading out to Sedona in Arizona tomorrow. Its a long journey but I am very excited, Im going to train with John Barnes, I cant beleive how lucky I am to be training with him. Its a 2 week course in myofascial release, Ive already studied it here but training with John is a bit like learning the guitar from one of the Beatles. Myofascial work is realing at the forefront of treating long term pain conditions. It realy works with the body using a number of techniques to reduce restrictions in the body.
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