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Myomassology teaches the integration of massage, chair massage, lymphatic drainage, reflexology, acupressure, and energy work. Practitioners also have the choice to incorporate several other elective therapies of interest to better support the client's needs.
Myomassology evolved from massage therapy in the early 1970s. Myomassology practitioners believe in the integration of several massage therapy approaches, not just focusing on Swedish massage.
Treatment is a combination of what is assessed and what outcome the client desires. Components of different massage treatments are then applied to best address each particular issue or to achieve the best level of release.
Myomassology is potentially effective in treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Myomassology can significantly accelerate the healing process by having a positive effect on the circulatory and lymphatic systems.
A level of training that includes every competency component needed to safely and appropriately apply the treatment.
An additional treatment that first requires the practitioners to be trained in an appropriate related discipline.