Fascia Buzz Real-Ease Programs
- Releasing the restrictions and tightness in the abdomen can bring space and fresh blood to the area, which makes for healthier organs, better breathing and easier digestion.
- If you process anxiety or stress in your gut, this will help relieve some of that tension.
- This can help women have less severe cramps during menstruation.
- This may help with some instances of low back pain and “tight” psoas issues (the “tight” psoas might actually just appear tight because of the extremely knotted up fascia in the abdomen and quad hip flexors pulling the muscle(s) in opposing directions.
- Even if you don’t have digestion issues, you might have knots in your belly or benefit from releasing any tightness.
Ankle mobility exercises may seem like small tasks, but they are vital to your knee health. In fact, a loss of ankle dorsiflexion can cause anterior knee pain and other injuries.
With the amount of sitting and working out we do, our ankles have a tendency to lock up quickly. Sometimes just stretching your calves doesn’t do the trick.
With 95% of adults being sedentary and most of us slouching while sitting, no wonder 80% of us will complain about back pain at least once in our lives. Performing this myofascial release technique on a regular basis can help alleviate pain in the lower back (as well as in the feet, ankles, knees and hips).
Often as desk bound climbers, we get nagging pain in our wrists and elbows. Most of the time we attribute it to overuse, which in some cases could be accurate, but in others, it may simply be a shortening of the muscles due to everyday use. This technique can help to release the tension associated with elbow restriction.
Most tension headaches are assumed to be a musculoskeletal problem — bone, joint, and meat — as opposed to the neurological “brain ache” of migraine. They are probably simpler than the exotic physiology of migraine, but you might be surprised how murky the nature of musculoskeletal pain is.
Muscle pain is a strong candidate, as well as neck and jaw muscles. These sensitive spots in muscle are either literally tense (contracted), or it just feels like it, which is one of the reasons we call it a “tension” headache.
If you spend much time at a desk, in a car, or on a couch, you probably have reduced hip mobility, and you probably don’t even notice it because you don’t feel it in your hips. However, if you’ve ever had lower back pain after a long day at work or had trouble squatting all the way down to pick up a bag of groceries, chances are your hips need some attention.
Stretching your hip muscles and joints decreases your risk of low back and knee pain,
Knee problems are common for athletes, and about 55 percent of sport injuries are to the knee.
Many athletes, and especially tennis players, are often "quad-dominant." This means that their quadriceps muscles are strong and dominating in the movements where their hamstrings should also do a share of work, but they don't because of their weakness. This imbalance can cause many future issues.
Similar to breath work, allowing your mind to tune out and listening to the stillness within your heart and breath can do wonders for your mood and your vibrational resonance. Whether you prefer guided mediations or sitting in stillness, the wondrous effects of this practice reach both the physical, energetic and spiritual levels.
Everyone gets tight neck and shoulders, whether you are an athlete, office worker or new mom, this technique can bring relief.
Not only will this exercise ease neck and shoulder tension but also improve shoulder range, ease headaches, make you more upright and just make you feel great!
One of the most common pains and injuries is shoulder pain. Ranging from pain that may simply be a minor annoyance during bench press to pain that completely limits range of motion leaving the client with limited function and discomfort all day long.
If you have been suffering from arm pain, elbow pain or wrist pain, with conditions such as tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, or repetitive strain injury, or spending excessive time on the computer, this one’s for you.