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Whether you are an elementary teacher bending down to help your students all day or a high school teacher spending hours at your desk grading essays, it’s no secret that teaching takes a physical toll on your body. Your back aches, you are stressed, and your body is fatigued. You have no idea how to find relief, let alone make time for it. 


Let me introduce you to Myofascial Release (MFR). MFR is a hands-on therapeutic technique to eliminate pain and restore motion through gentle sustained pressure on targeted areas of connective tissue (fascia) that surround the muscle and bones. The pressure helps to improve your range of motion and lessen pain in the targeted area by releasing restriction in the connective tissue. Learn more about MFR and the training our team members undergo to become certified. Learn More >

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What Can MFR Help With?​

MFR can help if you are seeking relief from: 

  • Headaches

  • Stress

  • Loss of Sleep

  • Mental Fatigue

  • Poor Circulation

  • Weakend Immune System

  • Tight Muscles

  • Tension in the Neck and Shoulders

  • Lower Back Pain

  • Pain from Previous Injuries

  • Plantar Fasciitis

  • and more

Why Chiniology

Chiniology is led by Kristin Pulman Chini, an expert-level Myofascial Release therapist with over 314 hours of training, including training under renowned Myofascial Release therapy expert, John F. Barnes, P.T.. Kristin's training and her passion for living an organic, healthy lifestyle combined to form the foundation of Chiniology. 

When you choose Chiniology, you're choosing one of the top MFR experts in the region. You can relax during your treatment due to the knowledge that you're in good hands with Kristin.

It’s Time You Felt Like The Amazing Teacher You Are

What To Expect

During Treatment

When you visit Chiniology, there is a thorough intake questionnaire including a discussion of past traumas and lifestyle factors that may be contributing to your pain. A trained Chiniology therapist will perform a physical assessment that includes posture and function, which helps to identify areas of fascial restriction. This is typically followed by a 1 hour, 90 min or 2-hour hands-on treatment session. Clients should expect to find some improvement in their symptoms after the first session. 

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