Scar Release

Sam believes strongly in the body’s natural ability to adapt and heal when given help in the right direction. Scar therapy is a gentle hands on approach to help activate natural healing mechanisms within the body, assisting the rehabilitation of scars and adhesions that are tight or tethered. This helps improve lymph and blood supply to the immediate and surrounding areas, and supports the physiological recovery from scar trauma.

Types of scars that can be treated (but not limited to):

  • Superficial external, childhood, genetic, injury, surgery (emergency, planned), plastic surgery, women specific (mastectomy, hysterectomy, C-section)

Lymph Release

The lymphatic system plays a key role in removing toxins out of the body and replenishing the immune system so it can continue to regenerate and function healthily.

Events like surgery, injury or cancer treatments can stop the system from functioning at its full capacity, resulting in abnormal amounts of swelling and tightness around the body, increased fatigue and susceptibility to illnesses. MLD is a gentle hands-on therapy designed to assist the lymphatic system reboot into its natural rhythm, relieve swelling and return the body to a natural state of equilibrium.

Learn more about the lymph

Fascia Release

Fascia is a thin casing of connective tissue that surrounds and holds every organ, blood vessel, bone, nerve fiber and muscle in place, like a big spider’s web around the body. Accidents, surgery, serious injury and repetitive strain can pull the fascia out of alignment often resulting in referred pain or areas feeling extremely tight and locked down.

Hands-on manipulation and adjusting of fascia throughout the body works to relax, lengthen and realign your fascia. It can assist in relieving pain and motion restriction.

How fascia works in our body

Neurogenic Stress Release

With life experiences piling up, we can find ourselves stuck in physical pain and emotional distress with the body barely having time to catch up and use its natural mechanisms to unwind and reboot. 

Neurogenic stress release gently invokes neurogenic tremors discharging pent up stress and tension from the nervous system. Our bodies were actually designed to tremor, and when we allow it to do so, we essentially discharge excess energy from the nervous system. 

Once complete our body can move out of excess activation and return to its natural state of equilibrium, helping the body to release stress, PTSD, and trauma.

A lovely animation to explain