Updated: Oct 24
During my study at the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage in 2014, I had the pleasure of studying Deep Tissue and Joint Release from Rolfer and Structural Integration Therapist Amaro Höegrafer of Hamburg, Germany. I became fascinated with the structural balances of the human anatomy, and joint mobilization and fascial work have become integrated in my practice.
This interest in understanding how to resolve injuries lead me to complete RAPID NeuroFascial Reset Specialization in 2017, and to stimulate connective tissues such as periosteum, fascia, nerve sheaths, joint capsules, tendons, and ligaments. Doing so elicits a strong response from the brain. This method affects the parasympathetic nervous system to restore muscle tone, reduce pain and inflammation and improve range of motion due to the effect on nociceptors, mechanoreceptors and proprioceptors found in these tissues. After completion of my specialization in RAPID NeuroFascial Reset in 2017, I became fascinated with the brain and nervous system, and have chosen to continue my studies in Human Kinetics at the University of Regina. I have completed additional studies in Motor Learning & Control and Advanced Motor Behaviour in 2019 order to better understand how the brain controls movement and to best serve my clients. I have enjoyed helping clients regain mobility, energy, and confidence in their physical ability by increasing body awareness, and facilitating reduced pain and increased mobility through the practice of RAPID NeuroFascial Reset. I am happy to accept new clients, and online booking is available at MandalaMassageRegina.com.
In Best Health,
Mandy Bishop RAPID NeuroFascial Reset Specialist Registered Massage Therapist Owner, Mandala Massage