Adam can help if you...
Feel tight, restricted or like the body is holding excessive tension
Want to increase blood flow
Seek to improve muscular range of motion
Experience muscle soreness
Want to boost your immunity
Desire to release trauma trapped in the body
Myofascial release can help soothe the symptoms of:
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder
Muscle and joint pain
Injuries due to poor shoulder or hip alignment
Myofascial release therapy eliminates pain caused by muscles or other connective tissues that are “tied down” by tight fascia. Also, damaged fascial tissue can contribute to pain at “trigger points” that restrict blood flow to nearby areas, causing the damage to spread.
Myofascial release relaxes and lengthens muscles and soft tissues to help you regain function and flexibility after injuries and treat chronic pain in many parts of your body.
Fascial tissues (the connective tissues that surround your muscles and envelop your entire body) promote health, but only when unrestricted. Adam is trained to release fascial blockages and restrictions by applying sustained pressure on your soft tissues using techniques that lengthen fascia and free up muscles to create greater flexibility, reduce pain, and increase immune function.
Learn more about myofascial release here.
Adam is a transplant from Los Angeles, CA where he practiced massage therapy (specifically the John Barnes’ approach to Myofascial Release) after graduating from the Hands on Healing Institute of Tujunga, CA in January 2013.
Using the concepts of Myofascial Release (MFR), Adam works to guide the body’s innate wisdom to restructure the whole-body fascial system and achieve a free-flow of energy so the nervous and muscular structures can do their work unimpeded by past trauma. His goal is to allow the body to feel fully functional, then give clients simple exercises they can do to achieve functionality on their own.
Adam's passion and sense of humor can best be summed up in his own words:"My job is to work my way out of work with as many people as I can."and "All bodies deserve to be touched by hands that love them unconditionally; and everyone needs an elbow in the butt."
Get to know Adam in his 2017 Walk the Talk video.