Myofascial Induction

Myofascial Induction is a gentle and slow work, based on listening and concentration. The response it evokes is fascinating, and its results are often much more effective and lasting than those of other techniques.

As a therapist, learning Myofascial Induction takes time and dedication. It requires working your sensitivity and attention. But the possibilities it offers multiply as you master it. That is why it has been gaining ground in our practice until it has become the modality we use the most. You can read more about this captivating specialty in our Blog.


The nerves start from the brain and spinal cord and run, like a continuous bundle of cords, through our body to our fingertips. All the way they are accompanied and protected by several layers of fascial sheaths. The nerves are relatively inelastic and slide within their sheaths to accommodate our movements. But when their fascial sheath is stiff, tight, or inflamed at any point along their pathway, the nerve becomes trapped and begins to send abnormal signals to the brain, such as tingling, burning, or pain.

Neurodynamics, and its analog, Neurofascial Induction, seek to free the nerves from their trapped areas through precise movements specifically dedicated to this system.

Fisioterapia Miofascial Sierra de Madrid
Fisioterapia Miofascial Sierra de Madrid

Sacro-Cranial Therapy

Sacro-cranial therapy is a gentle and relaxing form of treatment that targets the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. Like the rest of the fascial system, the tissues inside the skull and spine can develop abnormal tensions. Tightness can develop if they are subjected to strong impacts or pressures (e.g., complicated childbirth), frequent or severe infections, or surgeries. These tensions can hinder blood flow and the evacuation of waste from our central nervous system. The effects of these strains can last a lifetime.

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At SanaSana all of us are trained osteopaths. Osteopathy diagnoses the limitations of joint movement. The therapy consists of manipulations that allow reorientation of the tissues to restore their full range of motion. We have worked successfully for many years with this technique, which we still apply when necessary. However, we now opt for myofascial techniques because they are more respectful and effective in the long term.

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Therapeutic exercise

At SanaSana we aim to get you back to your sports routine as soon as possible. We believe exercise is the most natural way to maintain a good overall health.

After each session we will show you some exercises that will serve to reinforce the treatment. The effectiveness of exercise for the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries is widely established: without following exercise, all treatment is incomplete.