Myofascial Release


Myofascial release deals with the fascia, or connective tissue, of the body.  The fascia is interconnected to every other part of the body, and actually helps to support the body's very structure, including the musculoskeletal system.  When injury, inflammation, or physical or emotional trauma occurs, the fascia can become tight and cause pain and/or restricted range of motion.  Myofascial release, as its name suggests, aims to release the fascia and return it to a state of normalcy by applying gentle pressure to the restricted areas.  MFR can help with a number of conditions, including chronic pain, headaches, and stress-related illnesses.


Slipstream Therapy (Cupping)


CuppingSlipstream Therapy is based on the ancient Asian therapy of glass cupping,  but unlike glass cupping, Slipstream cups are soft and pliable.  Through suction and negative pressure, using slow gliding motion, this type of therapy releases rigid soft tissue, drain excess fluids and toxins, loosen adhesions, lifts connective tissue and brings blood flow to muscles.



.  Detoxification and increases cellular metabolism

.  Increases blood and lymph flow

.  Releases muscular and nervous tension

.  Tones up the tissue reducing the appearance of cosmetic cellulite

.  Accelerates microcirculation flushing the tissue & stimulating epidermal vitality

.  Brings nutrition and oxygen and removes toxins from tissues

.  Releases myofascial (connective tissue)

.  Loosens scar tissue and allows injured areas to move more freely and assists in healing process