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Fascia Decompression - The Missing Link in Self-Care with Deanna Hansen

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Dr Karen Kan

Dr Karen Kan


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Fascia is gaining a lot of attention yet to many it is a mystery. This system affects everything from how we age, how we move, how we process emotion, and how we heal. Keeping the fascia healthy, fluid, supported, and aligned will take you to new levels of health and awareness in your body. 

What if you had a different perspective on how to keep your body fit, how to keep your size and shape in a healthy range, how to manage and eliminate your chronic pain and how to ensure your systems are working at their best for you. It is through understanding how the force of gravity and unconscious posture and breathing add up over time to create compression, and how we can reverse this to free the body of pain and adhesions -- and actually melt scar tissue from injury and surgery.

During this episode, I will be interviewing Deanna Hansen, Founder of Block Therapy who has spent over twenty years and 50,000 hours diving into the fascia and has developed a self-care system to teach people what to do for themselves, what she did in the treatment room. Her method is simple, efficient, safe, and inexpensive, and has a growing global community of people experiencing incredible results. Deanna’s passion is to empower people to become their own health-care advocates. 

Listen on the show if you would like to learn:

  • How to decompress your fascia with Block Therapy
  • The importance of strengthening proper diaphragmatic breathing
  • Why oxygen is the most important nutrient for your cells to thrive
  • How to release negative patterns and beliefs through fascia decompression
  • How to take control of your body and your health, and strengthen your immune system.

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