MSTR® McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release
Do you have any scars? Of any size, from a keyhole to over 30cm long?
It could come from a careless fall, a traumatic accident/attack, a C-section or a life-threatening operation. How do you feel when you touch your scar or look at your scar?
The body forms scar tissue as a natural response to trauma when the skin is lacerated or punctured either by accident or purposefully i.e. through surgery.
Collagen that is laid down during the repair process results in a thickened, fibrous mass which can impede proper circulation of blood, congest lymph flow, and impact the Range of Motion.
Scars leave a visual impact on the physical body, but can also impact emotional and psychological feelings.
Every scar represents the event that created the scar (for example a dog bite), and there are often long term psychological and emotional reactions to the event, such as anger, sadness, fear, shock, shame, or disgust.
No matter how long ago the scar was formed, and even if you cannot recall anything today, the body remembers everything.
When people experience McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release Technique MSTR®, they are generally amazed by the effect delivered by this gentle scar work. The scar appearance is changed, tension around the scar is released, some memories/emotions related to the event are recalled.
Some typical reactions:
“My scar is smoother! and it looks paler after your work”
“I feel numb when you are working around my scar, then it slowly disappears. it seems that more blood is flowing around the area now”
“When I touch and you work on my scar, I feel disgusted as I recall how the wound was formed by the chemotherapy treatment…”
“When you are working on my appendectomy scar, I feel my lower back muscle twisting, afterwards there is a release from the lower back down to the leg.”
“I don’t like this scar. I recall the anger at the time when I was ready to give birth, how I was neglected and not treated with respect by the doctor.”
When the physical attributes (texture, sensation) of the scar change, then the emotional and psychological effects described above also can improve.
Integration and normalization of the tissue has a positive effect on the psychological and emotional well-being of the client.
If you have a scar from anything:
- You might not much like its appearance
- You may have some physical pain related to it
- It may be affecting your circulation or/and energy flow
- It was caused by a traumatic event that left you with some mental/emotional issues that you want to release
Why not experience the benefits of MSTR® in an Aromatherapy/Bowen session?