Fascial Stretch Therapy as a Holistic Treatment: Body, Mind and Soul

During Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST), your body will relax, as the RegenMD theapists move your body to unwind and deeply access your fascia, in combination with your healing breath.  The treatment focuses on the fascia and joint capsule to achieve optimal flexibility, strength, and performance, all while relieving pain.  Unlike traditional massage therapy, clients can remain fully clothed during the manual stretching techniques.

The health and functionality of your muscles, joints, arteries, veins, spinal cord, and brain are all a result of the vitality of your fascia.  As the RegenMD therapists guide your body through movements and breathing, they will deeply access your fascia, allowing your body to unwind and relax.

This form of therapy can benefit everyone from elite athlete to those looking to find true balance.  It is especially beneficial for working to improve both mind and body because this form of therapy can help align all aspects of your being.

Marcus Elliott, Fascial Stretch Therapist and Massage Therapis at RegenMD said:

"Among my clients, I like to work with elderly men, because they have the most difficult time aligning their thoughts to their bodies.  They are more hesitant to doing something good for themselves and working on their bodies.

How many guys do you see in yoga? For those men that you do see doing yoga, what is the sum of their ages? These guys tend to be younger guys. FST is an effective way for elderly men, and really anyone to align their thoughts to their bodies and achieve holistic balance."

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