Integrating Bone Fascia
Integrating the phenomenon of “Bone Change” with the collection of “Bone Rolling” techniques to improve the shape and contour of damaged bones.
Bone Change – What is it?
It is possible to remediate damaged bone tissue. It changes in volume and contour towards normal within a field of manually applied pressure.
Bone Work offers responses to the shape and contour of bent, badly healed, lumpy breaks and swellings from infection or bone over-production during healing.
The change happens with holding steady and being really-really still, holding with quiet deep pressure and waiting for the bone change vector to start. The fabric of the bone fascia does change, it is often sudden and rapid.
When change has slowed down and bone tissue shape and contour normalises “Goes Home” you may report sensation as a mild, odd sensation that feels good.
Bone Rolling -What is it?
Bone rolling is a collection of direct techniques for the remediation of the relative position of bones through the medium of the deep fascia on the surface of the bone: the periosteum.
An accident or an injury can disorganize the functional relationship between bones which are often pushed to the extreme length of the ligaments. Bones can get stuck together out of place causing chronic dysfunction. These bone to bone adhesions are at the level of the fascia of the periosteum.
To release the stuck bones, manual pressure is directed through the periosteal adhesion and this helps the bones to become free to move or roll into a better relationship within the structure of the fascial web. The techniques appear to have profound and lasting structural shifts.
You may feel general pressure but nothing uncomfortable.
What is the Fascia in bone tissue journey?
The phenomenon of “Bone Change and Bone Rolling” a discovery of bone work by Sharon Wheeler of Seattle, United States while working on her clients. She observed 1973 helping a small boy straighten his tibia after having an accident. The method of discovery, experimentation and discovery she found had not been hybridization or adaptation from other systems or disciplines. It was not until 1990 that Sharon began to take Bone change seriously.
Sharon in 2010 was the year of the first whole body bone workshop teaching Bone Change along with Bone Rolling and her teaching has passed on all her techniques and methods and it was found each person she taught was able to produce similar is not same results working on clients. Sharon travels world-wide to teach her techniques to therapist who themselves become “Bone Work Practitioners”.
If you wish to review Sharon’s website www.wheelerfascialwork.com
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