Myofascial Therapy Resources 

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We’ve been studying a variety of myofascial massage options and best practices in my all new TZP Health and Wellness Group. Since Myofascial therapies have been one of the most popular subjects to hit The Zebra Pit and I’m dedicated to the practice myself, I wanted to take the time to share some additional resources for those interested in starting out on this journey toward better wellness.

All the best resources for practioners of myofascial massage is here! Many people get relief from the practice whether their problem is chronic pain, joint dysfunction, hypermobility, neuropathy or lipedema. Learn why here!
Myofascial Massage Resources to improve your practice

Resources at the Zebra Pit

To begin with, of course there’s our ever growing library of blasting resources here at the Zebra Pit:

Group Support

Unfortunately the group I used to admin for no longer seems to be very active. There are other groups that do focus on blasting, among other health topics for spoonies, like my own TZP Health and Wellness Group. Come learn with us! There are also a variety of other groups on Facebook. Just search and you’ll find plenty.

Other Resources

From a list of resources I use myself to write about myofascial exercise to the ones I use for my own practice, here’s some great information that will help you get better at your practice and stay up-to-date.

All the best resources for practioners of myofascial massage is here! Many people get relief from the practice whether their problem is chronic pain, joint dysfunction, hypermobility, neuropathy or lipedema. Learn why here!
Self Directed Myofascial Therapy Pin

Finally, I think it’s important to understand what fascia is, how it works and functions to get the most out of your treatments. This article on fascia is a good place to start.

Another great resource is Ashley Black’s book, The Cellulite Myth, available on Amazon and Ashley Black’s Website here. I confess, I haven’t read it yet, but others in my group have and they recommend it.

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4 thoughts on “Myofascial Therapy Resources 

    1. I really enjoy it. I mean it’s hard work, but the payoff is really worth it. A lot of the supplements I take and dietary changes I made got me to where I could handle doing it, but my wellness didn’t really take off until I started doing these treatments.

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