Carolyn Hough Myofascial Release 

JFB MFR Therapist

MA 78053  ME 38494

Therapeutic treatment that works.

Neck pain, back pain, headaches and sports related injuries.  Myofascial Release provides safe and effective results that last.

5005 N. Wickham Road
Suite 105
Melbourne, FL 32940
.5 mile south of Pineda Pkwy.


Myofascial Release Therapeutic Massage

Located in the "Suntree Area" of Melbourne, Florida 32940

Enjoy your life by eliminating pain at its source.  Like stretching taffy it takes time for the fascia to melt and stretch returning to it's natural healthy alignment.  Receiving multiple treatments is the best way to release the layers of tight and dehydrated fascia.  Fascia is meant to be strong so it can protect our tissue and organs.  It also keeps the tissue hydrated as it holds and supports the cellular space.  When traditional therapy, pain medication and surgery do not produce the desired results Myofascial Release may be the missing link and help you return to a pain free active lifestyle.

Every time you felt pain physical or emotional it was stored in your fascia.  Layer after layer it builds up and begins to twist our bodies into an unrecognizable shape.  We begin to feel lethargic and dehydrated.  Not until after you have had a few sessions will you even notice how tight you were.  This "straight jacket" of tight fascia can only be released by trained myofascial therapist that are John F. Barnes trained.  You will have more energy, reduced stress, sleep better and begin to feel well enough to increase your daily exercise with better balance and increased strength.  Most importantly you will have the tools to heal yourself.

Carolyn graduated from the NY School of Health Professions in 2009 with an A.S. degree in Massage Therapy.  She since earned her Experienced-Registered Yoga Training certification through Yoga Alliance with over 1500 hours of teaching experience .  She enjoys teaching the slow yoga as taught by J. Brown and Leslie Kaminoff.  Both are internationally recognized and have been mostly influenced by the teachings of Sri T. Krishnamacharya, known as the father of modern yoga.  In February of 2012, Carolyn began her Myofascial Release journey with her first Myofascial seminar series with John F. Barnes, PT and founder of Myofascial Release therapy.  Combining her experiences with yoga and Myofascial Release to create a unique experience that has helped many clients heal and transform their injured bodies. 

Her decision to become a Myofascial therapist evolved from her own efforts to heal past injuries.  Myofascial Release was better than any medical massage or any other therapy she had experienced when trying to resolve her own pain from a car accident.  Whether you enjoy playing a sport, staying fit, reducing pain or even just sleeping better Myofascial Release works.  Carolyn has taken the following courses with John Barnes:  MFR I & MFR II, Rebounding, Unwinding, Advanced Unwinding, Cervical Thoracic, Fascial Pelvis, Women's Health, Myofascial Mobilization and MFR III.  In addition, she spent a week in the Malverne Clinic working with John Barnes and his talented staff as well as a week at Therapy on the Rocks in Sedona as a client so she can further relate to her client's healing journey.

MFR Relieves

Back Pain

Neck Pain

Chronic Pain

Sports Injuries





Pelvic Pain


Jaw Pain

Disc Problems

Painful Scars


Relieve stress and let go of the tension.

Awareness is the key to reducing stress and tension.  Myofascial Release is the most effective way to teach our body how to let go of the tension that we are not even aware of.  We push ourselves to exhaustion most days and yet we never allow ourselves the most important recovery tool of deep relaxation.  During your session we follow the "Fascial Voice" releasing the lines of tension that lead us to your deepest restrictions.  Without harming or further injuring your tissue you are able to release stored tension that you have been carrying around for years or perhaps a lifetime. 


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