[vc_row][vc_column][dt_fancy_title title=”Connective tissue” title_align=”left” title_size=”h1″ title_color=”title”][dt_gap height=”25″][vc_column_text]What is connective tissue?
Connective tissue is a membrane that surrounds all our muscles and bones.
The combination of muscle cells and connective tissue called myofascial (myo = muscle, fascia = connective tissue).
Tissue affect myofascia. In a traditional massage training teaches people to believe that they are working on the muscles.
But when we touch a “muscle”, we can not avoid simultaneously work on the connective tissue.
Based on the connective tissue, understands the therapists that they actually affect both muscle cells and connective tissue. A “muscle” is a tissue (fascia) of the muscle fibers embedded therein.
One thinks of massage in this new way, it opens opportunities to develop a completely different set of techniques.
KMI (Kinesis Myofascial Integration) is a different way of working than physiological massage (Swedish massage).
You start with the superficial muscle layer and then we go to deep, very deep, when the tissue is ready.
In addition, KMI a modern and updated technology. Oftentimes behind KMI, Thomas Myers using dissection found out how all the different muscle stuck together, and it has revolutionized total body work.
Muscle lines according to KMI:
KMI is very effective against:
- back problems
- attitude problems
- shoulder pain
- neck pain
- foot pain
- hand pain
- leg pain
- knock knees
Our skilled therapists Philip Madsen and Jasmin CM Rodriguez has closely followed and studied Thomas Myers work terms about Connective tissue and KMI-massage and you can contact them for more information and simultaneously make an appointment below.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]