In our hectic life, a search of something, which is a little slow and brings a lot of well-being is always on. Why not try fasciatherapy? Not only you will you get to release blockages in your body but from your whole life.

Slow Therapy

Fasciatherapy is a manual therapy that can make still in our body mobiles. The therapist listens to the internal movement of the patient, conducts slow and smooth touches to release and eliminate areas of stiffness and stress. Fasciatherapy seeks link between the body and psyche in both directions. Indeed, the release of a shock or physical trauma will have an impact on the psyche of the person. The revival movement by the fasciatherapist is when body’s internal strengths become responsive, while increasing its vitality and dynamism.

After osteopathy, fasciatherapy not only wakes up bodily sensations but also awakens them. By listening silently to the body and its internal motion, the therapist installs experimental conditions, which reveal the patient’s relationship and a place of communication between his body and himself. The sensations become a place for information and open a new perspective on his way to be in his life.

The fascia is very sensitive tissue that surrounds and connects the organs, bones, muscles, glands, arteries, organs and nervous system. In fact, it is a communication network extremely sensitive to stress. When fascia is tense, as a result of prolonged stress or trauma, they compact inside the body and the person ends up in a mental state in resonance with the squeeze.

Some touches reveal forgotten sensations, which reveal past events. Under the effect of physical pain or mental intelligence of the body creates an illusion of stillness to protect the person in pain. The body compensates for this elsewhere. One can, for example, move differently or have a posture that is more balanced. Often, people are accustomed to living with their pain.

When the time of reunion with their body arrives for the patient, it helps them relieve tension and also to help them get closer to their feelings and their life. The touch brings people to themselves. Moreover, we live in a world of production and speed, where we need to constantly project ourselves to the outside world. Fasciatherapy captures the movement of our life, which still oscillates between what we want and what life brings to us as a project.

The Awakening of the Senses: Fasciatherapy 

In fasciatherapy, the person is affected in its entirety. Also, the patient becomes participatory, active and involved in his own life and health. He learns to educate its perception, and to be more attentive to the sensations to be more aware of their habits. The method thus awakens the fiber material by various tools, including gymnastics sensory, sensory and introspective interview and verbal body language.

The purpose of these tools is to guide patients to enter their inner awakening by perceptions, starting with awareness of the sixth sense, proprioception. The more we come into contact with our bodily perceptions, the closer one gets to oneself, one becomes more sensitive. Initially, humans were sentient beings, but they desensitize as they get drunk on the events in their lives .Indeed, the body stops feeling the pain and the senses become inhibited to protect themselves or to manage trauma Thus, we move away from ourselves a little bit more. Fasciatherapy helps us get closer to home.

The fasciatherapist then guides his patients to verbalize their feelings and get involved in their life. He can ask them to describe the experience; they felt its effects and what direction it takes for them. This approximation of self is necessary for a better relationship with others. People do not take into account the information that their bodies tell them. They have not learned to accept or give any value to what they feel. Yet there is room for discovery in sensation, in the link between our bodies and our thoughts. Often, a feeling gives us key information on our everyday life and offers solutions to our problems.

Fasciatherapy in Touch 

Slower and less traumatic to the muscle than some of the massages, the touches of fasciatherapy do not rush the body. Slowly they welcome the confidences of the body. The therapist first moves his hands over an area of our body and waits for the signal of our relocation to move slowly in one direction.

By listening to the release of tension, he knows where to go. The fibers stores memories that frees the internal motion. To achieve this, the capacity of perception and listening therapist must be just, and self-confidence, strong. “It always best to warn people at the first meeting, as they may be surprised to see the therapist not move for several minutes. It is just that we expect that the tissue will lead us somewhere. You have to remove your ego, as the therapist, is guided by the tissue; it is not us who lead, “says a therapist.

After an initial meeting, the results can be surprising. When one receives a salary, it seems that our bodies works a lot, you will feel an activation of the movement, warmth in the limbs and it seems that your body moves a lot, but rationally, we know that the therapist uses only small manual pressure, voltage or updates and the mobilizations are slow. Some say: “I do not feel anything during the session, but at the same time, I feel everything.”

In one session, you can discuss with him the effects of your feelings and make connections with the various spheres of our lives. Some clients are in process of personal growth, others in prevention, and others because they live a lot of stress or because they have a specific pain. After a few sessions, it is up to them to decide if they want to go further in the process of awakening to their feelings. Everyone goes a little way, but at his or her own pace.

Fasciatherapy in Brief

From professional and recreational athletes of any age, fasciatherapy is for everyone!

Why?

  • Relieve localized pain
  • Eliminate fatigue, insomnia, etc.
  • Find the confidence
  • Integrate as complement to traditional medical treatment (e.g. cancer).
  • Control stress
  • Acts of Prevention
  • Corrects circulatory or digestive disorders
  • Boosts our energy

How does it work? The sessions last about an hour but can be longer if you feel the need. The duration of treatment depends on the interests and demands of the patient. A needs assessment is done with the therapist during the first session.