~Sometimes the best candidate for MFR Therapy is the person who has had "every test in the book", and nothing can be found wrong, or helps.~
I have been providing high quality massage therapy to Central Wisconsin since 1999. In 2000, I took the introductory course to John F. Barnes - Myofascial Release Therapy. Learning the concept and the basics of it was helpful but unfortunately, I did not "dive into it" as I should of then.
Fast forward to late 2010. I had a couple of massage therapy clients who were not getting the relief that I would of liked, no matter what was tried. They needed something "more". I knew what I had to do. In June of 2011 I retook MFR 1 in La Crosse, WI, eventually had an "ah Ha" moment, and have proceeded from there! As I still do some massage therapy, do not let the "intermediate" level designation be of a concern. The tremendous power of JFB - MFR speaks for its self!
I feel blessed to be able to offer it to Central Wisconsin. Take care, Joel
MFR 1(x2) - MFR 2 - CT - FP - Unw
Your therapist's skills come from an investment and willingness to be their best both personally and professionally. They will help you remove the myofascial restrictions and explore the barriers to becoming healthy.