Advanced Myofascial, Psoas, Sciatic Nerve and Pelvic Release

Jelle Schaegen Bodywork has more than thirty years of experience in working with neck, back, shoulder and hip related problems using advanced myofascial release massage techniques. This website will give you an idea about how we work and explain the terms we use and details about our practice.

To help you understand what we do, we have chosen to refer to articles written by professional bodyworkers. However that does not mean that we ourselves have little to tell or to teach. On the contrary, we will be happy to share valuable information with you when you visit us. If you would like to expand your understanding about the terms we use, may we suggest you have a look here – you will find a lot of relevant information available on this subject.

Advanced Myofascial Sciatic Nerve and Pelvic Release by Jelle Schaegen

What is bodywork?

The term Bodywork stands for many different techniques which are used to provide healing and relaxation. What kind of Bodywork to choose depends on the kind of therapy that is needed. Some forms of bodywork will involve the manipulation of one´s posture, exercise, energy rebalancing and more.

The term applies to many different types of therapies and treatments, including the following and much more:

Chiropractic, Rolfing, Postural Integration, Rebalancing, Craniosacral Therapy, Bioenergetics, Neo-Reichian Therapy, Alexander technique, Reiki, Myotherapy, Massage.

What does bodywork consist of?

There are three techniques that are used in bodywork.

While some forms of bodywork will utilize more than one of these,

to name it bodywork, it must poses at least one:

Massage, Energy Balancing, Movement Awareness and Structural Realignment.

Most bodywork techniques are based on a holistic view of health and believe that it is just as important to treat the mind as it is the body.

There is also a necessity to provide relevant information about the literal or experiential meaning of what physical, emotional, mental or spiritual well being is.

Who can benefit from Bodywork therapy?

Many people from all walks of life, both young and old, can benefit from bodywork therapy. The most important thing is to inform your practitioner of any medical conditions you may have,

as well as to ask your physician if there is any reason you shouldn’t receive a specific bodywork therapy treatment.

Bodywork therapy can help in many ways, physically, emotionally and mentally. Research the many different forms of bodywork to determine which one is best for you.

For more details about our practice or to book a session, please contact us here.

Myofascial Release

Jelle Schaegen offers the most effective myofascial release and other techniques

that can reduce pain in the body, including knee, pelvic and back pain.

What is called myofascial release today factually found its origen in much earlier existing psychotherapeutic and somato-therapeutic displines about which you can read about more here.

Jelle Schaegen’s Unique Myofascial Release Techniques

Because of getting more and more dissatisfied with the results of how therapists were using all

kind of manual techniques trying to heal musculoskeletal problems, Jelle just neccesarily had to go

out on his own to find a better way. It took him many years to figure out how to be able

do that in the most efficient way possible but in the end though he succeeded.

After honing his way of working trying many possibilties again and again, Jelle Schaegen can offer you now the most effective and unsurpassable myofascial release technique there is. By the way, before completely surrendering himself to a more strictly therapeutic way of working he has given several thousands of strong full body massages to both men and women, young and old.

By means of his myofascial release and other techniques he, more often than not, knows how to relieve or considerably reduce pains wherever in your body. Think of migraines, whiplashes, frozen shoulders, pain in your elbows, wrists and hands. TMJ disorders, gastrointestinal problems; different kinds of back pain, knee pain, problems with your feet or ankles, sacroiliac imbalances and even the pain that pelvic disorders like the male prostate or female reproductive organs can create.

For more details about our practice or to book a session, please contact us here.