Myofascial Release Course
Myofascial Release Course with Stretching
Our massage course about Myofascial Release with stretch will equip you with a comprehensive understanding of the specialized techniques needed to effectively massage aponeurotic fascia and epi fascia.
These structures are essential for the overall functionality and mobility of the human body. Our course will guide you through the appropriate techniques and benefits of massaging these areas, ensuring you deliver the best possible experience for your clients.
When targeting pain relief and posture correction, each myofascial release with stretching requires a dedicated technique. In this course, you will learn how to apply myofascial release to maximize the benefits of stretching, resulting in enhanced mobility, reduced pain, improved posture, and increased dynamic postural stability.
Improved Range of Motion - Stretching Techniques for Effective Pain Relief and Improved Mobility
The 2 other primary courses in our Posture Correction Program center on movement, in the case of Deep Tissue Massage, and pain relief, in the case of Trigger Points Therapy. The Myofascial Release course focuses on stretching and flexibility to improve mobility and general balance.
Our method of incorporating stretching in massage therapy goes beyond just improving the range of motion. We use gentle stretching techniques to identify the root cause of pain and adhesion in the muscle.
The importance of pre-stretching
By applying pre-stretching, we can pinpoint areas of tension or adhesion and use techniques such as myofascial release, trigger point therapy, or deep tissue massage
to address the issue.
This helps to avoid overstretching and strain. We also recognize that tension around joints can cause misalignment, and we use stretching to encourage proper alignment of the spine and other joints.
Different ways to treat the Epi fascia
Epifascia, also known as the superficial fascia, is a layer of connective tissue found beneath the skin. It contains adipose tissue, nerves, and blood vessels. Proper massage techniques for epi fascia include:
Skin Rolling: Gently pinch and lift the skin between your fingers, rolling it back and forth. This method helps stimulate circulation, release tension, and promote lymphatic drainage.
Effleurage: This technique uses long, gliding strokes to warm up the superficial fascia and improve circulation. It relaxes the client and prepares the area for deeper massage techniques.
... Among many other approaches we like to review with our students ...
Pain Relief, Scar Tissue and Proprioception
Proprioception is key for balance and body awareness.
After serious injury, one's proprioception won't work properly. Assisted stretching and Myofascial release can enhance proprioception by improving connections between fascia, muscles, and nerves.
In the same way, Myofascial release combined with deep tissue massage also breaks up scar tissue, increasing joint range of motion, reducing pain, and promoting healing.
Certificate and Career Opportunity
This class shows you how to use these techniques to effectively address posture correction and tailor them to the unique needs of your clients.
RSM's massage courses are designed for massage therapists, yoga practitioners and sports trainers with, at the very least, one month of such experience.
Course participants receive a diploma from RSM, which serves as a testament to their real interest in myofascial release and assisted stretching techniques, and their commitment to providing quality therapeutic care.
This certification not only enhances your professional credibility but also expands your career opportunities within the wellness industry.
Course Fee & Timetable
THB 6,900 Baht
(approx. EUR 190/ USD 200)
• 5 Days Intensive Course from Monday to Friday
• The course starts on Monday at 10:00 am here in Chiang Mai
• Duration: 20 hours (18 hours + 2 hours of Review and examination)
Lessons & massage training 10:00-12:00 / 13:00-1500
After the lesson, students are invited to practice until 16:00