Hydrate your Fascia

Fascial tone defines the fine balance between fascia’s ability to resist distortion and return quickly to its ideal shape. If fascia is hydrated, it’s toned. If we lose some of the elastic or stiff properties, we lose fascial tone.

Prepping your fascia before the gym and after the gym is key to whole person exercise, health, and wellbeing. You do not need a manual therapist to do this (although it is nice). You can self administer your own compressions for affordability , ease, and portability. Learn more with us at MELT Method Winnipeg, inside Pilates Manitoba.

Ruth Baines, a Pilates & MELT Method instructor, instructs MELT in-person and on Zoom at Pilates Manitoba. MELT is a self-treatment system that restores the supportiveness of the body’s connective tissue. It helps eliminate chronic pain, improve performance, and decrease accumulated stress caused by repetitive postures and movements of everyday living. Essentially, it helps balance the nervous system. Learn how with us!

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