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Online Video-Set of 3 Fascial Balancing Home Study Programs
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The complete set of all 3 Online Video Fascial Balancing Home Study Programs outline a full body fascial evaluation and a
soft tissue treatment approach to treat fascial tension or scar tissue.
It is divided into an easy to use format allowing you to view the full
body fascial evaluation and to view each individual FB treatment technique for
the upper body, lower body and cranium.
This set of 3 Online Video Home Study Programs Includes:
- Fascial Balancing; Upper Quadrant Home Study Program (Online Video, Printed Study Guide, and Home CEU Test)
- Fascial Balancing: Lower Quadrant Home Study Program (Online Video, Printed Study Guide, and Home CEU Test)
- Fascial Balancing: Cranium Home Study Program (Online Video, Printed Study Guide, and Home CEU Test)
- DAI Treatment Approach Handout
These Home Study Programs outline and review the principles and practice of
Fascial Balancing (FB). The purpose of FB is to treat fascial tension or scar
tissue which can be found at the superficial level, the deep level around
muscles, bones, joints and organs and at the deepest level around the brain and
spinal cord. FB utilizes both short and long lever mechanical, and listening
& following fascial balancing techniques to address fascial dysfunction. FB
helps to reduce fascial tension, muscle tension, and pain, and will help to
increase joint mobility, decrease swelling, and restore proper joint
biomechanics, functional ROM and postural alignment. FB will also improve the
flow of nerves, arteries, veins, lymphatics and energy to, within and from
every organ and body part. This results in improved health and homeostasis.
Fascial Balancing is an expansion of the technique formerly
referred to as Fascial Release. The videos will feature references to Fascial
Release now called Fascial Balancing
A companion Fascial Balancing Reference Guide will soon be
available to maximize the learning of the evaluation, as well as to use as a
client education tool.