5 Minutes A Day of Self Myofascial Release Keeps Pain Away
Self myofascial release is a very important part of achieving your goals.
Along with this, SMR opens the door for you to pay attention to yourself. To tune in to how your body is feeling when treating and noticing how it feeds back. The more you allow yourself to lean into and learn from what you’re feeling, the deeper your treatments will become and the better the results will be.
Self Myofascial Release Manuals
“Comprehensive Myofascial Self Treatment Book Your Path to Authentic Healing and Pain Relief”
by Joyce Karnis, PT
–Understand What Myofascial Restrictions Are & How Restrictions Contribute to Your Pain
–Discover How Myofascial Stretching Is Different From Traditional Stretching
–View Stretches & Tools Used to Decrease Your Pain & Improve Your Function
“Myofascial Stretching: A Guide to Self-Treatment”
by Jill Stedronsky, MS, OTR and Brenda Pardy, OTR
Myofascial Stretching: A Guide to Self-Treatment is a unique manual of techniques that results in permanent lengthening of the body’s connective tissue and dramatically improves health and quality of life.
“Myofascial Release Healing Ancient Wounds: The Renegade’s Wisdom”
by John F. Barnes, PT
“Myofascial Release Healing Ancient Wounds: The Renegade’s Wisdom” explores the intuitive awareness and dynamic mind/body healing principles of Myofascial Release.
This intriguing book was also written for your patients/clients to educate, motivate and inspire them to accelerate, deepen and enhance their treatment response.
Perth Myofascial Release YouTube
Perth Myofascial Release’s YouTube Channel is a great resource for self Myofascial Release education. Joni Edmund, PT is a wonderful MFR therapist, who has worked at one of John’s treatment centers, made these videos. She and her husband, Roger (also a wonderful therapist), now practice near Atlanta, GA at Newnan Myofascial Release and PT.