Connective Tissue Massage

Connective Tissue Massage

Connective tissue refers to tissues that surround, protect, and support all of the other structures in the body.
It represents the matrix that binds together the body’s organs and systems, while at the same time separating them. Fascia, a specific type of connective tissue, provides a continuous sheath of structural support for the skeleton and soft tissues (muscles, tendons, etc.)

Connective tissue massage restores length and flexibility to the fascia, normalizing the tissue and bringing greater health through the fascial network.

What are the Benefits of Connective Tissue Massage

By releasing restrictions within the myofascial network, connective tissue massage can provide relief from symptoms of disorders affecting the neuromusculoskeletal system. Connective tissue massage can reduce stress, relieve chronic tension, and improve flexibility and posture.

Many athletes and dancers use this work to enhance their performance. Connective tissue massage can also be helpful in preventing, and rehabilitating from many types of injuries.

  1. Improve range and freedom of motion
  2. Relieve fascial strain and tension around joints
  3. Reduce structural compensations that could otherwise develop following trauma
  4. Minimize the body’s vulnerability to future injury
  5. Increase energy and enhance a sense of well being



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