Neurovascular Release™ Online
Where science meets woo!
Neurovascular Release™ Online

This cutting edge, brand-new modality grew out of the structural integration and myofascial world and is the brain child of one of my teachers, Kieran Schumaker.  I'll be certified by Spring 2021 and am thrilled to be one of the first people pursuing this modality. Perfect for anyone with chronic pain, immune challenges that keep them isolating at home, trauma survivors, and anyone who wants to learn more self-care techniques for their wellness toolbox.

Neurovascular Myofascial Release is perfect for you if you cannot come to the office or need homework instruction in between sessions and need relief from:

  • Muscle restrictions

  • Nerve & vascular entrapments

  • Stiffness and decreased range of motion

  • Adhesions and scar tissue ​

  • Trauma or Anxiety issues (This can teach you how to calm your own nervous system.)

  • Sciatica

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

  • Scoliosis

  • Mobility issues

  • Self-isolation


How it works:


Just like in my office, we schedule a private appointment but work together online in Zoom. Bhrigha leads you through these (fully clothed) sessions, instructing you using simple hand contacts and guided movement, with focused breath, that gently frees and lengthens the nerve and blood vessel tracts that your muscles and fascia (connective tissue) have been protecting. This will naturally allow your body to reorganize and feel more balanced, allowing it to integrate in relationship to gravity, by manipulating soft tissues and/or correcting inappropriate patterns of movement and rebalance the body and nervous system.

Needed props:

  • A chair where you can sit comfortably upright

  • A yoga mat if you have one or a space to lie on the floor OR

  • If you cannot get down on the floor, a clear space on a wall where we can do some stretches.

  • A door way or hallway or closet door nearby

Helpful props:

  • 1 tennis ball or “squishy” myofascial ball - the ones I sell in my office

  • 1 long sock - tube socks are great or a taller sock to put the ball in

  • 1 broom or mop or cane or something with a handle to balance with if you have trouble leaning over

You get digital handouts and the option to download the video to your computer so you have it for reference and to practice at home.


Clients are raving about this new offering:


"No more pain!"

"I can do this!"

"I can move better!"

45 minute sessions: $85 

4-Weekly Sessions: $320

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"I like the fact that thorough explanations are given for each movement and the pleasantness of the sessions."