Myofascial Release at Mountain Rose

Myofascial Release at Mountain Rose

These classes require the use of myofascial balls/foam roller. Each class will work on a muscle or a group to release pain.

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Myofascial Release at Mountain Rose
  • Myofascial Release for Rhomboids, Traps & Levator Scapula

    This class will focus on release the levator scapula, traps and rhomboids. Enjoy!

  • Myofascial Release for Your Neck

    We hold so much tension in our neck from staring at our screens or perfect when you wake up with an ached in your neck. Use a block to release tension in your neck! Enjoy!

  • Myofascial Release for Your Entire Back Body

    This class will guide you through a sequence releasing the fascia from your neck, your entire back, your arms, hamstrings and calves! Perfect for you when your back body feels tight! Enjoy!

  • Myofascial Release for Glutes

    This myofascial class focuses on all three of the gluteus family (butt muscles). We work through each side, releasing tension in the gluteus maximus first, then work to the gluteus medius and minimus. Enjoy!

  • Upper Back & Chest Myofascial Release

    Take a break from sitting at your computer or after a day of driving, this class will lead you through a myofascial release for your upper back and your chest. This will help release tension in the shoulders and hydrate the tissues helping with decrease pain.
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  • Myofascial Release for the Abdomen & Psoas

    Tight low back or tight hip flexors? This myofascial class will guide you through a way to release the psoas, abdominals and ilacus. Leaving you feeling more open and flexible.

  • Myofascial Release for the Inner Thighs

    Our adductor muscles (Inner thighs) tend to help stabilize the pelvis when another set of muscles is not functioning. This can create tight inner thighs, medial knee pain, pain along the groin. This class can help you work through that.

  • Myofascial Release for Hamstrings

    Tight hamstrings? Take 10 minutes of your day to get relief.Releasing the hamstrings can also release tension in your low back. We used a Rad Roller Centre ball.

  • Myofascial Release for Inner Thighs & Outer Hips

    Looking for more internal and external rotation in your hips. This class will work through the inner thighs and the piriformis area. Enjoy!

  • Infraspinatus Myofascial Release

    The infraspinatus - one of the rotator cuff muscles - can create a lot of tension or decrease range of motion. Roll out this muscles when your shoulders are feeling tight. Enjoy!

  • IT Band & TFL Myofascial Release

    The TFL is a muscle that gets tight & dehydrated from too much sitting or tight from just overuse. It attaches in the IT - iliotibial band - and can create pain along the lateral thigh or the lateral knee. Great one for runners, cyclists or for this who hold tension in the lateral thigh. Enjoy!