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Clearly, we don’t always work deep. I’ve got an injured person on the table and I’m not going to go in there deeply.

I’m going to go progressively, gradually, sequentially, cautiously, and effectively to get into the areas, like right there, where we can do this client some good.

Watch how David Morin engages this client to target and resolve a lingering pain issue that other therapists missed.

Watch it to the end to see the client’s response. Priceless!

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Targeted, Sequential, Cautious & Effective.

This is not “Deep Tissue”, nor Full-Body massage.

What has value to me is finding the hypertonicity areas that a person has brought in because as a myofascial specialist, the client may have had a fracture and all kinds of medical treatments and responses, but they may not have had what we’re doing, and that is a sequential, cautious approach.

After surgery, after rehab, after all the things that they’ve done, to get better following a fall and a fracture, this is what may not have been done.

And you notice the dialogue, I’m gradually softening and loosening and she’s responding and breathing and giving me feedback and it’s a conscious effort on both of our parts to be very present, very present as I’m going right in there near the injury site.

And I clearly do not want to use pressure that is it is discomforting to you or that produces very much in the way of soreness later on.

So, don’t let me hurt you and I have no interest in doing treatment that hurts or causes you to react in any manner other than relaxing and breathing.

That’s it. Let that go right there.

That was another release for you, just to consciously let go of your body.

Sometimes a client is holding on, thinking that the therapist might be going in there deep now,
bracing if you will, and you just let go of something right there, didn’t you? Yes. Good work.

Now that area is going to soften up. It’s going to soften up right there where I’m at.

And thanks to your participation, I finding what I hope is exactly right for you.

In every case, I’m giving the client the chance to breathe and let go of what has been going on in that area. Finding the spot to place the appropriate pressure and allow the body to heal itself.

There you go. that was a nice release.

Anytime a client breathes deep and has a sigh, ah, that is almost always a very therapeutic event.

Client: I absolutely loved when you were tracing my hip and then you were grabbing and pulling these muscles and then when you were on the lamina groove,
it was just absolute relief. It was like, I really loved it. somebody could do. And no one has done that? No one has been able to just target that.
And it’s such a relief and a blessing to me to just be able to be like, “Yes.”

And it’s been three years, I understand, since the fall. That’s a long time for a client to wait for someone to be specific.

Yeah. Yeah. I mean, people were really good. I’ve gotten great body work, great body work, but it just, you know, this is really super specific and I, yeah, perfect. Good.

Well, I think that’s what I’d like to be hearing every time I work on a client, that we’ve done something that even though they’ve had some good or great to use your work.
The idea of getting specific the way we have can play a real role in helping a person after an injury.

And I’m very thrilled to be a part of that routine, of course, to be of assistance to you.

So, great. Just great.

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