Myofascial Decompression Workshop
4 Hour Practical Workshop Designed for Personal Trainers
Myofascial Decompression currently being used in the athletic communities by therapists to aid athletes in their recovery. Also known as cupping in many Asian cultures, applications of MFD go beyond the traditional belief where toxins are released from the body using fire and suction cups. Current applications of Myofascial Decompression include myofasical release of resistant muscle knots, increases blood circulation, freeing up fascial and releasing trigger points.
Unlike traditional muscle therapy where muscles are pushed and compressed such as sports massage, active release, or pin and stretch techniques, Myofascial Decompression is able to lift and decompress the tissues beneath the skin to allow for the freeing of Adhesions and promote blood flow.
Help Your Clients Free Up Their Neck and Shoulders
Our course will focus on the neck and shoulder. Using techniques that involve client motion, both passive and active, and manipulation of the myofascial decompression cups.
Skills and application Focused Workshop
FREE Cupping Set
Every Student Will Get Their Own Personalised Cupping Set
Earn 0.6 CECs
You Can Learn...
How to apply proper pressure, cup size, cup placement on the neck and shoulder region
How To deal with cupping marks and when to use lubricants for better results
Both Passive Applications where clients are stationary, as well as active applications where clients are required to move for better results
Dynamic movement, motion, lymphatic, sliding, single cup, multiple cup, nerve entrapment
Post application exercises that targets myofascial lines that influences the neck and shoulders
The Benefits of Learning Myofascial Decompression
Increased healing and recovery
Reduce swelling and edema
Alleviate chronic pain
Improve flexibility and range of motion
Reduce muscle spasms
Improve mobility and movement
Relaxation of hypertonic musculature
Dr Joone Lee (Founder of Cert Global)
Doctor of chiropractic. Bachelors of medical rehabilitation, DC BMR