Feeling better and *moving* and *walking*.
>.....I'd like to share some my thoughts with all members.
>I saw following discussion about "The idea behind deep tissue massage
>is not only to losen but to BREAK?!, the adhesions."
>I'm afraid it would be too sad to hear for someone but it's impossible
>physically to break adhesions. When organism's immune system is getting
>really working normal they can be just dissolved, or get thin and
>stretch, but not be broken. It not a bone or a liver.
>"Adhesive principle" is BASIC principle of abdominal surgery. When a
>surgeon sews peritoneum he knows that it'll be meshed fast and tight
>due to that "adhesive principle".
>Adhesion is a part of the body and very flexible and soft one. Since
>it's not a certain organ with some consistence it'll be nearly
>impossible to break it indirectly. First of all you have to know
>precise place of certain adhesion and second you have to find the
>method how to put your strength (strength of your hand or the certain
>finger) to the point where you can tear it off. It sounds like tales
>about Philippine healers.
>As I know the more realistic method is to make them to be stretch
>and more soft. Personally I went that way and I think it's the quite
>reliable direction (though not easy).
>Best regards, Igor Gudymenko