Learn Poses for Myofascial Releases. Check out this Myofascial Release Video and Suggestions.
Myfascial release is a body work modality that is good for relieving pain and realigning the body.
Our founder is trained in Myofascial Release. Many massage therapists, physical therapists, chiropractors, and yoga teachers incorporate myofascial release into their work. We have found the Yoga Triangles to be particularly useful for these areas:
Neck work: The Yoga Triangles can help stabilize the neck and alleviate pain
Shoulder work: The Yoga Triangles help rounded shoulders and upper back pain
Low Back work: The Yoga Triangles provide safe postural correction and support and alleviate pain
Plantar Fasciitis: The Yoga Triangles can help develop strong arches in the feet
Psoas work: The Yoga Triangles will effectively release the Psoas, and increase low back mobility
"Yoga props have never been part of my practice, but the studio I go to switched to triangles and I figured I’d try them out. They served the same purpose as regular yoga blocks, so I honestly wasn’t that excited about them in the first few classes. Anyway, one night we did a shoulder opener in class where your arm is under you and resting on the triangle (hard to explain). I could feel this amazing stretch in my left shoulder/arm that I’d never felt before. I’m pretty flexible, but I’ve had pain in my left arm/shoulder (only when I try to sleep on my left side) for almost a decade. Long story short, I can now sleep on my left side! No pain in my shoulder (first time in years). I highly recommend this product." Brittany B.
Try these Myofascial Releases for the common mentioned areas above. Want something specific?
Go to 3.51 in this video for hamstring and feet myofascial release
Go to 7.07 in this video for squat and groin myofascial release
Go to 9.29 in this video for Plantar Fasciitis and calf release
Go to 26.46 in this video for Psoas myofascial release
Go to 29.20 in this video for Reflexology uses
Go to 31.22 in this video for neck myofascial release
Go to 34.38 in this video for shoulder myofascial release