Finding Balance. Myotherapy and Modern Psychology
73 Franciscan Avenue
73 Franciscan ave
Frankston VIC 3199
I offer the following Therapies:
- Modern Psychology
- Clinical Hypnotism
- Holistic coaching
- Remedial massage
- Energy Healing
- Deep tissue massage
- Sports massage
- Relaxation massage
- Neuromuscular dry needling
- Lymphatic drainage
- Trigger point therapy
- Soft tissue manipulation
- Chinese cupping
EXAMPLES OF HOW MODERN PSYCHOLOGY AND CLINICAL HYPNOTISM CAN BE APPLIED
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CONDITIONS COMMONLY TREATED WITH MYOTHERAPY
- Stiffness & pain
- Sporting & occupational injuries
- Joint & vertebral dysfunction & pain
- Acute & chronic conditions affecting function & mobility
- Headaches / migraines
- Acute and chronic stiff and painful neck
- Chronic overuse syndromes - tendonitis, RSI, tennis/golfer's elbow, carpal tunnel
- Acute & chronic back pain
- Shoulder pain, impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder
- Hand & finger numbness / tingling
- thoracic outlet syndrome
- Knee, leg & foot pain – shin splints, patella tracking dysfunction, runners knee, ankle sprains
- Chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia
- Pain & dysfunction associated with stress & tension
- Rehabilitative stage of an injury or illness
BENEFITS OF MYOTHERAPY
- Shortened, weak muscles are loosened and relaxed
- Weak, tired muscles are stimulated
- Adhesions within the soft tissue are reduced and removed
- Pain and tension are reduced and eliminated
- Soft tissue is balanced
- Recovery time is increased (by up to 70%)
- Bad posture and movement cycles are broken
- Injury prevention
- The nervous system is stimulated, bringing a sense of relaxation and restoring balance
- Joint range motion is improved
- Blood and lymphatic circulation are improved
- Stress and anxiety are reduced
- Resolves sleep and fatigue issues
- Flexibility is improved
MYOFASCIAL DRY NEEDLING
Dry needling involves the insertion of a very fine needle (as used in acupuncture) into a tight bundle of muscle fibers known as trigger points. The needle works to separate the fibres, loosening adhesions and allowing the muscle to lengthen back to its resting state.
This is an extremely effective treatment for the release of tight muscles, reduction or elimination of pain, increase of blood flow and range of movement and the re-education of correct neuro-muscular patterns.
But does it hurt?
Similar to massage, the tighter the soft tissue of the body (and the more it needs treatment) the more sensitive the area will be in response to manual therapies. Many clients who receive regular treatment or are not experiencing severe pain cannot even tell if the needle has been inserted or not.
If your muscle is tight enough to require dry needling then there is a high probability the treatment will feel uncomfortable, however when compared to the pain that would be associated with massage in order to achieve the same amazing results, needling is a much less painful option.
Another of the benefits of needling as a treatment is that the ‘post massage soreness’ often experienced after a deep tissue massage is significantly reduced or eliminated.
Many people experience muscle twitches when having a needling treatment, this is painless but may shock some people. It occurs as the neural pathways carrying pain signals to the brain are interrupted and the muscle is stimulated to relax.
Massage Vs. Needling.
If you planned to book a massage but are curious about the benefits of needling, there is no need to choose, needles are in for an average of 10-15 seconds and massage is performed before, during and after the application of needles, so you will not not be missing out on hands-on time.
How is Needling different to acupuncture?
Chinese acupuncture utilises the same equipment as Needling, however during an Acupuncture treatment the needles are inserted into points on the body where ‘Qi” or energy flows and aims to unblock channels to affect organs. Dry needling involves inserting needles into tight muscles to reduce tight fibres and eliminate the pain caused by these knots. Some trigger points cause referral pain (pain which radiates to other areas of the body) however Dry Needling focuses purely on pain caused by soft tissue rather than organ dysfunction.
Myotherpay and Remedial massage
30mins - $70
45mins - $90
60mins - $95
90mins - $130
120mins - $170
Modern Psychology, Clinical Hypnotism, Enery psychology, Holistic counceling, Coaching
COVID SPECIAL. For a limited time only
50mins - $95 (normally $120)
80mins - $125 (Normally $160)
** Weight loss package & QUIT/addiction package charged at seperate rates
Please contact Jodie on 0434 585 924 for more information or to make a booking
you can visit www.findingbalance.com.au
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- Diploma of Modern Psychology
- Master Clinical Hypnotism
- Master NLP practitioner
- Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy
- Diploma of Clinical Pilates/rehabilitation exercise
- Diploma of Remedial massage
- 350 Yoga teacher training
- Reiki Master
- Active member of the Australian Massage Therapists (AMT)
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Finding Balance provides a range of Myotherapy, Remedial Massage, Modern Psychology, clinical Hypnotism and energetic rebalancing treatments and is conveniently located near the Monash University.