C/ Eras 14, Ground Floor
Hoyo de Manzanares
20240 Madrid

663 866 146

Open Hours

Monday to Friday — 8:00am – 2:30 pm

Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00pm – 5:30pm
Wednesdays  — 16:00 – 21:00

The way we work

At SanaSana we work with attention, respect, and empathy. We bring our
knowledge and experience to help you recover your natural fluid movement. We
assist you in your process, at your pace, counting on you.

We understand the body as a totally interconnected living network; each part
responds and helps all others in every movement. We focus on the areas where
body movement is limited, because they are the onset of mechanical
unbalance. Once released, your body will resolve the conflict on its own. It
seems amazing, but the latest findings in fascial physiology support it. Our
greatest success is in getting it right where other practitioners have failed to
make progress.

Hoyo de Manzanares

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Myofascial Therapy?

It is a form of manual physical therapy aimed at treating the fascia.

What is fascia?

Fascia is the continuous living tissue that connects, protects, and allows the
gliding of every structure in the body to and from its surroundings. It is the mesh
that surrounds the muscles and merges to shape the tendons and ligaments. It
conforms the sheaths that encompass all the nerves and blood vessels. It holds
the fatty tissue, surrounds the inner organs, and supports the central nervous
system… fascia links it all together.

What is so special about Myofascial Induction?

Fascia is alive, and it can self-regulate its tension. During Myofascial Induction
Therapy the practitioner focuses on the areas of the fascia that are overly tight.
This requires fine-tuning of the therapist's manual sensitivity. Once an area of
restricted movement is found, the therapist simply waits. This attracts the
attention of the patient's fascial system, which then takes action to normalize
the tension in the area. Your body will do this on its own, with the help of your
nervous system, but unconsciously. That is just what’s fascinating about it.

What damages the fascia?

Fascia is responsible for inflammation, wound healing, and infection control.
These three processes can leave after-effects in the fascial tissue: it can lose its
normal sliding capacity, or lay fibers in directions that alter the free movement of
the area. This limitation can be transmitted to the rest of the tissues to which it
is connected (i.e., to all the rest of the body).

That’s why at SanaSana we will start with a thorough interview. We will dig for
any injuries, blows, surgeries, or illnesses that may have left an imprint on your
tissue. It doesn’t matter how much time has passed: these alterations remain for a lifetime. The good news is that as long as your tissue is alive, it can be reconfigured. No matter how old the restriction may be.

What kind of issues do you treat at SanaSana?

The short answer is: anything that can affect your movement (external or internal) and is not contraindicated or requires prior medical treatment.

The list is very long:

  • Spinal ailments: cervical, dorsal, and lumbar contractures and pain, dizziness, headaches and disorders in the arms and legs derived from spinal problems. Cervical whiplash.
  • Post-surgical and post-traumatic conditions: chronic pain, mobilityc limitations, functional disorders.
  • Sprains, tendinitis, muscle injuries, joint pain, limited mobility.
    Rehabilitation after surgery or trauma.
  • Digestive disorders of functional origin: mild hiatal hernia, chronic constipation, sequelae of surgery or visceral infections. Menstrual pain related to mechanical causes.
  • Chest pain of mechanical origin. Sequelae of thoracic interventions, chronic asthma, or persistent Covid.
  • Disorders derived from pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding (back pain, postural disorders, venous return problems, tired legs).
  • Cranial injuries derived from traumatic birth or later trauma, surgery, or infections: Tension headaches, jaw pain or tension, secondary bite alterations, recurrent otitis or sinusitis, tinnitus….
What are the contraindications?
  • Acute infections: Fever, generalized infectious diseases (flu, gastroenteritis, etc.). If you feel unwell, stay home and rest. Please let us know as soon as possible, we will postpone your appointment without any problem.
  • Broken bones when not completely healed.
  • Acute stages of autoimmune diseases. Tumor processes (consult a specialist).
  • Venous thrombosis.
What kind of people the treatment aimed at?

To everyone, we adapt to each person.