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Myofascial Mobilization utilizing Myofascial Release Therapy

Updated: Nov 5, 2023

Myofascial Mobilization

Myofascial Mobilization has long been a part of traditional physical therapy and to some extent massage therapy as well. Back in the day, it was forceful, hurt and often times caused more damage than necessary as well as results being temporary. I began my Myofascial Release journey in 1995 and haven't looked back! Once I felt and experienced the immediate results of myofascial release “The John Barnes Method” and how safe, gentle and non-forceful the approach was, I knew I had to learn these life changing techniques. Most recently I decided to take the John Barnes "Myofascial Mobilization" class. The techniques learned in this class are gentle, safe and effective in getting long lasting results! As with other John Barnes courses as well, you leave empowered that you can successfully treat the patients that come through your door and get long lasting results! If you are a therapist that has yet to take this course or any of John Barnes Seminars yet, what are you waiting for? This is an amazing course, and don’t let the name fool you.

Karen Burg, a Massage Therapist, specializes in Myofascial Release for those suffering from chronic pain, acute injury and trauma. It’s her calling to facilitate the body’s natural ability to heal. She’s known for blending the ancient wisdom of Myofascial Release with empathy and compassion to offer powerful, mind/body education and treatment, resulting in personal empowerment, long-lasting pain relief and an amazing, joyful life. Dynamic Myofascial Release is here to help you.

Check out our website at www.Dynamic-MFR.com, Email us at DynamicBodyworkMFR@gmail.com

or call 619-823-9478


If you have a license to touch, ie: PT/OT/ST, RN, MD, chiropractor or massage therapist and interested in finding when there is a class near you please visit http://www.myofascialrelease.com/seminars/healthcare/seminar-directory/myofascial-mobilization-workshop.aspx

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