The "ghost heart" pictured above is the heart without everything but the fascia.

What is Fascia?

The restrictions that contribute to physical pain are within the fascial system or recently “discovered new organ” Interstitium (pictured to the right) which is a “web” of elastin and collagen that floats in a gelatinous ground substance that creates the connective tissue that lies under your skin; surrounding, protecting and interpenetrating every muscle, bone, nerve, blood vessel and organ; down to the very cells themselves.  Fascia is an uninterrupted, moveable tissue that is involved in every movement, action and process within the body .  It is extremely important to our body and vastly ignored by the medical community, causing every type of pain label that exists.   Please understand that there are medical conditions that are what they are, but the fascial system surrounding it becomes so restricted the body cannot heal itself.

Medical Symptoms We Found Benefit from This Technique

• Back, Neck,  and Shoulder Pain

• Herniated/Bulging Discs

• Knee Pain

• Headaches

• Emotional Imbalances

• Tendonitis

• Fibromyalgia

• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


• Chronic Pain

• Cerebral Palsy

• Arthritis

• Heel, Leg, Ankle, and Hip Pain

• Postsurgical

• Scar Tissue

• Whiplash

• Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (male and female)

• Urinary Incontinence

How can we help?

My specialty is using hands-on approaches that are tailored specifically for each client, for each appointment; using all therapy modalities (if needed) to reduce and remove these restrictions so your body can naturally heal and reduce/eliminate the pains that have been plaguing you for months or even years.   By utilizing The John Barnes Myofascial Release Approach, we are able to see a significant reduction of pain in nearly all situations. Most importantly all of the techniques are safe for our pregnant cliental.  

The John Barnes Myofascial Release Approach

PAIN FREE... Is it possible?

Pain-free life is something someone with pain never thinks is a possibility; but in reality, your body has the tools to heal itself.  Most of the time, due to the accumulated as well as day to day traumas within the body, it needs assistance in the healing process.  


Fascia Connection

How fascia pulls on the body

How fascia pulls on the body

Gravity on the body

Healthy Tissue vs Scar Tissue

How Emotions Affect Posture