January 26-28th, 2024 – Fascia Release of Cranium, Face, and Cervical Spine Level 3
This comprehensive course will focus on fascial release for those who sustained a concussion from falling backward or hitting the occiput (the occipital lobe is the rear portion of the cerebral cortex, which receives and processes visual information) or posterior portion of the skull of a direct blow from above.
These protocols can support those with visual and auditory issues and taste and smell problems.
Injury in this area can affect:
- Reading and writing
- Word blindness is those who have difficulty seeing certain words
- Inability to recognize the movement of an object
- Loss of sense of smell
- Loss of sense of taste
Release of the galea aponeurosis addresses issues that arise from forceps or vacuum delivery methods.
- Balance issues
- Hormonal issues
- Mental health issues
- Inflammation of the cranium
- Direct pain on head – vice around the head
TMJ Fascial Release and Concussion
Trauma can damage the root of a tooth. It can also change the shape of the mouth leading to fascial restriction of the jaw and temporal regions.
Releasing this region reduces:
- Tooth pain
- Nerve pain
Fascial release techniques to be given to clients or to be practiced on yourself.
- Jaw pain
- Neck pain
- Improve skin quality and anti-aging