Since the successful introduction of the auth. fascial massage technique in 2011, the massage technique has been successfully practiced thousands of times on clients. Its stimulating effect on fascial Neuroreceptors, passive stretching stimuli and variable intensity distinguishes the massage technique in particular.
The original e-Handbook of the auth. fascial massage technique guides you step by step through the holistic application. Use the self-treatment technique developed by the founder to quickly learn the auth. fascial massage technique. Gain your first self-experience with the massage technique and experience the effect of auth. fascial massage and the fascial working principle on your own body. Familiarize yourself with the sequences, different intensities and stimulation frequencies. The self-treatment technique will quickly give you confidence in using the technique.
The auth. fascial massage technique aims to loosen, revitalize and strengthen fascial tissues by loosening fascial lesions.
Fascial lesions also impede fluid circulation in the tissues, leading to pH shift in the tissues and new formation of fascial lesions. With the removal of fascial lesions,
extracellular fluid circulates freely in the tissues. The tissue is supplied with nutrient and oxygen-rich fluid, and regenerative processes are promoted. In parallel, the
removal of degradation products (waste products) via the lymphatic and venous vascular system is increased and the pH value in the tissue is improved.
Résumé: With the application of the authentic fascial massage not only eliminates fascial lesions, but also neutralizes fascial tension forces and other imbalances in the tissue. Synchronously with this, the muscles involved also naturally loosen up.
On the other hand, fascias do not loosen up sustainably if only the muscles relax. This is due to the fact that muscles and fascial tissue react to different stimuli, and fascial tissue is not directly supplied with blood. Example: Muscles respond to heat input with improved blood flow, and the muscles relax. Fascial tissue requires a change in shape and/or elimination of fascial lesions for sustainable loosening. The goal is achieved with different techniques taking into account the fascia specification: stimulation of fascial Neuroreceptors, stretching stimuli or pressure (intensity).
The auth. fascial massage technique stimulates fascial Neuroreceptors by specific frequencies and stretches fascial tissue with variable
intensity. With the stimulation, the fluidity of the extracellular fluid in the tissue is increased. Furthermore, the stimulation causes extravasation in the
extracellular matrix, with the effect that regeneration processes are accelerated. The tissue swells slightly and incidentally creates a cellulite effect. Fascial
lesions are loosened up by the fascial stimulations and corrected by the organism. And last but not least, the stimulations cause the so-called relax effect =
Fascial principle of action.
For external use in case of present fascial tensions in the superficial and/or deep level.