Myofascial Release Lifting Massage

Fascia at its most basic level is several layers of connective tissue that is just below the skin’s surface and basically encases our entire body like a spiderweb. However, giving it more detail, fascia is much more than that. There are three layers of connective tissue that makes up the framework of the face + body.


The deeper layer connects the skin to muscle and fat and forms the “girdle” of facial muscles— Superficial, Deep and Subserous. As the fascia dries out, it begins to fray or stiffen. This shows up in numerous ways, both obvious and not so obvious.


Wrinkles are a result of fascia growing out and lengthening. Since the skin is attached to fascia, it makes sense it begins to fall with it. If this fascia is restricted, it will hold deeper facial wrinkles “in place” until released. Plus, fascia constricts in many different directions and can be restricted by repetitive facial movements, surgery, scars, injections, implants, fillers and other facial procedures. And, thereby, blocking optimum lymph flow (waste removal/detoxification) and blood circulation in the skin.


The aging of the fascia is a key factor in many age-related changes that happen as we get older. This is why I feel filler isn’t the answer to address volume loss. You have to strengthen and work the fascia to support it. It’s commonly known that hydration is also critical to the youthfulness and suppleness of fascia. If there is a point of deep congestion and dehydration, the mechanical separation of fascial layers becomes critical to allow water to be absorbed into the tissue. Drinking water is always beneficial, but an even more effective solution for hydrating the fascia and improving overall health of the skin + body is with daily movement, yoga, deep breathing, scraping/sculpting and rolling.

90 minutes


Myofascial Release Lifting Massage & Buccal

120 minutes



Professional Myofascial face massage improves skin suppleness because it reduces and releases muscle tension in the face, neck, upper back & scalp. By stimulating rejuvenation and cellular activity, fascial face massage can help to tighten the skin and underlying muscles and reduce expression lines and wrinkles promoting blood and lymphatic circulation, increasing the supply of nutrients to the cells. It also aids in the removal of dead skin cells to reveal a fresh, youthful appearance that begins from within.


To perform a deep relaxation of muscles as much as possible, to reduce tension on a bone, to strengthen muscles from the inside out. Improving the mobility of myofascial structures prevents interbone dysfunctions. Myofascial Release treats these symptoms by releasing the uneven tightness in injured fascia. During treatment areas are located that feel stiff or stuck, rather than elastic and movable under light pressure. Small areas of muscle are stretched at a time. The focused manual pressure and stretching used in this release helps to equalize muscle tension throughout the face and loosen up restricted movement, leading indirectly to reduced pain and a smoother complexion

The benefits of this deeply relaxing treatment include:

• Facial Filler like Natural Results Without A Needle!
• Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
• Tightens and Lifts the skin
• Brightens and Lightens Skin
• Improves Skin Tone
• Removes metabolic waste, excess water, toxins and bacteria from tissues
• Relaxes the sympathetic nervous system to relieve stress, tension and anxiety
• Reduces TMJ pain
• Reduces migraines & tension headaches
• Alleviates sinus congestion and puffiness
• Better Posture
• As an added benefit, this treatment can help to relieve neck, shoulder and back pain.


To start, myofascial release is performed on the upper back and shoulders ,then we working on scalp neck  and face . Gentle pressure is applied into an area of restriction, like sinking into soft clay.  This is done without sliding on the skin, therefore no oil or lotion is used during these sessions.  .  The compression must be sustained at least 90-120 seconds in order for the collagen component of the connective tissue to ‘un-stick’.  Then continued pressure for 5 minutes or more, for each restriction, allows the solidified ECM tissues to soften and begin re-hydrating, allowing for more freedom of movement.  Waiting for this change to occur is key to producing a lasting result.  It is important to focus your attention inside your body, noticing what you feel.

People see changes in one treatment, which continue to improve over the next 48 hours. I recommend a course of up to six weekly treatments to achieve the best results. After that, monthly maintenance should keep you looking smooth and fresh-faced in conjunction with other procedures you can see immense changes to the complexion and face shape. When necessitated Intra-Oral (Buccal) Massage may be incorporated to minimize smile lines assist to create an additional lift.
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What age is this treatment suitable for?

Recommended age to start enjoying this technique is 26, when you start noticing the first signs of mimic’s lines.

How many sessions needed?

We recommend 6-10 weekly sessions, followed with monthly maintenance, depending on the condition of the skin.

Can it stretch the skin?

This technique is absolutely safe, but only when done correctly by a trained specialist.

What will my face look like after the treatment ?

Expect the face to be slightly red and glowing with natural radiance. Muscles will feel more relaxed and toned.

Can this treatment be combined with Botox?

Yes, this technique is a very powerful method to propagate the effects of Botox. We suggest getting 2-3 sessions prior to injections and follow up treatment a month after the injections.

Results can vary from person to person. The recommended initial course of treatment between 6 and 12 sessions. The results are cumulative, especially if treatments are performed 1 time per week. We recommend monthly follow-up sessions to maintain the original results.

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