Reduce pain, prevent injury, improve circulation and healing, remove muscle waste, restore nutrition, speed up recovery, increase quality and quantity of training. Improve range of movement Increase flexibility and mobility. Relieve the symptoms of occupational and postural muscle fatigue, identify potential problems from over or under use, and increase self-awareness. Improve techniques and training. Break down scar tissue and adhesions. Release tension and improve healing. Promote relaxation.
Specific or combined techniques may help alleviate the symptoms and promote healing for respiratory, circulatory and gastrointestinal disorders. Also, those with disorders of the central nervous system such as Fibromyalgia, Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease (CMT), Parkinson’s and Motor Neurone disease may feel relief from their symptoms.