Myofascial Release

The Development of Myofascial Release; Part 3 of a Series

August 20, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

This article will focus on how I developed my Myofascial Release seminars. The first two articles in this series cover my younger years as an athlete and how I injured myself lifting weights with over 300 pounds as I was training for a competitive weight lifting and karate contest. (http://www.massagemag.com/therapeutic-insight-the-john-f-barnes-myofascial-release-perspective-the-development-of-myofascial-release-2-30187/)  I had herniated the disc at L5 and this debilitating injury caused horrible pain and so I had a spinal fusion surgery at L5 that reduced the pain, but I still hurt and couldn’t move well. The second article in this series touched on how I tried all forms of therapy. No one wanted to get better more than I, and yet, nothing worked more than on a temporary basis.  I realized no one was going to help me but me, so out of desperation, I started to treat myself.

 

My intuition guided me into many of the principles that helped me to develop my myofascial release approach.  My recovery was so dramatic that I realized that Myofascial Release was something so important that I had to share this with my clients and my colleagues.

 

I had a very successful private practice with had many orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and temporomandibular specialists referring to me.  One of the TMJ specialists, Dr. Steven Smith, DMD, contacted me numerous times stating that I seemed to get much better results than the other therapists that he  referred to and was curious as to why.  Dr. Smith eventually asked me to lecture for him at his temporomandibular symposiums, which he was giving around the world.

 

The opportunity of lecturing with temporomandibular specialists, orthopedic surgeons and therapists at Dr. Smith’s symposiums at the Philadelphia Osteopathic College, in Bermuda, Mexico, and Hawaii was a wonderful learning experience.  After I would lecture, many of the physicians would come up to me thanking me and saying I should consider giving my own seminars.

 

 My practice was very busy and I was doing almost exclusively Myofascial Release techniques that I had developed from my own injuries.  All the clients began to demand to see me because I was producing far better results than the other therapists. This was creating a lot of confusion, and I realized I would have to give a seminar for my therapists to help them be able to use the Myofascial Release techniques so they could work accordingly in a more effective fashion.  I realized I should open this up to the public.  Everybody kidded me and said the no one has ever heard the word “Myofascial” before.  I agreed and said you’re right.  There was a local newspaper “The Physical Therapy Forum” in the King of Prussia area. It is a very popular national physical therapy publication so I just decided I would be bold and call them. I told them I had started utilizing a very new, innovative form of therapy that I had developed, and asked if they would be interested in a story.  They said yes, so they interviewed me and ran the story. I decided to put an ad in that publication the week the story came out.

 

Everybody kidded me and said “Oh, you’ll be lucky to get 3 people”.  It just seems like when somebody is successful or trying to improve, and I think many of you have run into this, there will always be the naysayers that criticize and put you down.  If you believe in your heart what you are doing is important, then don’t let anyone stop you!

 

Well the day the publication came out, the phones rang off the hook.  We actually ended up with over 200 hundred therapists that wanted to take my seminars.

 

I had never spoken to more than 15 therapists and physicians at a time up to that point.  Speaking to hundreds of people is a whole different animal!

 

In any event, I put a lot of time and preparation into developing the slide presentation, the order of the techniques, and choosing the instructors that I knew could be helpful during the workshop sessions.

 

The first morning, as my assistant walked into the seminar room, she tripped and spilled the slides all over the floor and when I got there they were in total disarray.  We didn’t have time to adjust them.  Well, this was certainly the time to be cool and calm.  Fortunately, it turned out to be the 2nd day’s slides so I spent that whole night rearranging those slides. 

 

The room was bristling with energy with all those people.  I walked up to the stage, turned to talk to the audience and froze!  Fortunately, a waiter went through a swinging door and slammed it really hard and everyone turned to look toward the noise, so I got a chance to look down at my notes.  When I make a mistake, the adrenaline rushes through my body and from that moment on I just spontaneously talked about what I knew.  It went great.

 

After the seminar, everyone was extremely enthusiastic thinking I had lectured for decades when in fact this was really my first time lecturing to a large audience.  Of course the naysayers said “Well that was just a fluke and it’s not going to happen again” or “It’s only a fad” and that type of thing.  Again, I believed in what I was doing.  I believed in myself and I knew that what I had to teach was important.  So for a while, we went seminar to seminar until my Myofascial Release seminars turned into the most successful seminars in the history of therapy.

 

I have now had the opportunity to have taught over 100,000 therapists and physicians. When you put forth the effort necessary and have the courage to act upon being successful, don’t be surprised if some people criticize and attack you for being different. Don’t take it personally, it’s more their stuff. If in your heart you believe in what you are doing, don’t let anybody stop you. There’s a good book called “The Four Agreements” by Miguel Ruis, which is helpful for everybody. I suggest my clients read it too. To summarize, don’t take anything personally. Don’t make assumptions. Speak with integrity. Enjoy your journey and never give up!

 

 

Sincerely,

 

John F. Barnes, PT

 

For more information on Myofascial Release and Myofascial Release Seminars, visit our website here.

 

To view the new commercial for Therapy on the Rocks, click here.

 

For more information about Myofascial Release, you can now access two separate excerpts from the Fireside Chat with John F. Barnes, PT DVD on ‘You Tube’!   Just click on the following links:

 

Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWRuS9xAbMo

Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4QrvlwtBOU

To find us on Facebook, click on the following link: www.facebook.com/myofascial.release

 

 

 


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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Tien and Sandy Do

August 18, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

Please help Tien. We realize many of you may have been away on vacation and have not seen our previous posts. We want to thank everyone who has generously donated. If you can help Tien reach his goal, it would be much appreciated.

 

Here is the previous post:

 

Tien, this is John. I just want you to know how much I admire your strength and courage and know how much I love you! Sandy, I can’t imagine how difficult this must be for you. You’re both an incredible example of true love. The Myofascial tribe is behind you every moment.  

 

We just received an email from Sandy Do thanking everyone for their generous contributions. We thought you might want to read it.

 

“Thank you all that have contributed to Tien’s Christopher Reeves NRN rehab program.  Knowing that there is such compassion and support in the MFR community is helping to bring a sense of peace to our family. John, we were both in tears reading your post. You have had a profound influence on both our lives.  Not only in our professional practice, but in how we live our lives day to day. We both started our PT careers learning MFR the first year as a new grad in 1990.  This has been a long and difficult journey and we still have so much ahead of us.  All of the latest research supports frequent and intense therapy for 2 years following a spinal cord injury.  We have only been attending neuro rehab twice per week, due to our insurance limitations and financial constraints. Outside of that I work on Tien 3-4 hours/day 4 days/week, as well as maintaining a full schedule in my physical therapy practice. The treatment I provide Tien is mostly manual therapy, myofascial release (he has an incredible amount of scar tissue and spasticity) as well as strengthening and functional activities. When he starts this program it will be 3-4 hours/day, 5 days a week for 3-5 months as part of the formal study.  Following that he will continue with as much therapy as we can afford through 2016. When someone you love so much goes through such a tragic injury there are no words to describe the emotions that take place.  It is a real roller coaster. There is gratitude for survival, fear of the unknown, and anxiety about the future of the family. We have found a deeper sense of faith in God and the peace that comes through prayer and meditation.  We will do everything we can to get Tien the best care available to maximize his full potential for recovery.  Tien is an amazing man. He has an unwavering motivation and positive attitude which I cannot envision having myself if it were me.  He is a very centered and focused individual and his spirit warms a room when he walks in.  I hope you all have an opportunity to meet him one day when HE WALKS into a MFR seminar room!

 

Please continue to encourage others to support his quest for maximum recovery and every opportunity available to achieve those goals.  Your financial support helps make that possible.  I would encourage you to reach out to others within your networks. I know it can be uncomfortable.  This is not an easy thing to do. Most good things are not easy.   Channel 3 takes incredible focus and determination with a commitment to follow through.

From the bottom of our hearts, we thank all of you.”

-Sandra Do      

 

To help Sandy and Tien, please visit their Go Fund Me page at: http://www.gofundme.com/yjyfx8

 

Tien during his NRN trial:

http://youtu.be/tj1Aycdcc6s

 

 

Love, John

 

Tien


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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The Development of Myofascial Release; Part 3 of a Series

August 12, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

This article will focus on how I developed my Myofascial Release seminars. The first two articles in this series cover my younger years as an athlete and how I injured myself lifting weights with over 300 pounds as I was training for a competitive weight lifting and karate contest. (http://www.massagemag.com/therapeutic-insight-the-john-f-barnes-myofascial-release-perspective-the-development-of-myofascial-release-2-30187/)  I had herniated the disc at L5 and this debilitating injury caused horrible pain and so I had a spinal fusion surgery at L5 that reduced the pain, but I still hurt and couldn’t move well. The second article in this series touched on how I tried all forms of therapy. No one wanted to get better more than I, and yet, nothing worked more than on a temporary basis.  I realized no one was going to help me but me, so out of desperation, I started to treat myself.

 

My intuition guided me into many of the principles that helped me to develop my myofascial release approach.  My recovery was so dramatic that I realized that Myofascial Release was something so important that I had to share this with my clients and my colleagues.

 

I had a very successful private practice with many orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and temporomandibular specialists referring to me.  One of the TMJ specialists, Dr. Steven Smith, DMD, contacted me numerous times stating that I seemed to get much better results than the other therapists that he  referred to and was curious as to why.  Dr. Smith eventually asked me to lecture for him at his temporomandibular symposiums, which he was giving around the world.

 

The opportunity of lecturing with temporomandibular specialists, orthopedic surgeons and therapists at Dr. Smith’s symposiums at the Philadelphia Osteopathic College, in Bermuda, Mexico, and Hawaii was a wonderful learning experience.  After I would lecture, many of the physicians would come up to me thanking me and saying I should consider giving my own seminars.

 

 My practice was very busy and I was doing almost exclusively Myofascial Release techniques that I had developed from my own injuries.  All the clients began to demand to see me because I was producing far better results than the other therapists. This was creating a lot of confusion, and I realized I would have to give a seminar for my therapists to help them be able to use the Myofascial Release techniques so they could work accordingly in a more effective fashion.  I realized I should open this up to the public.  Everybody kidded me and said the no one has ever heard the word “Myofascial” before.  I agreed and said you’re right.  There was a local newspaper “The Physical Therapy Forum” in the King of Prussia area. It is a very popular national physical therapy publication so I just decided I would be bold and call them. I told them I had started utilizing a very new, innovative form of therapy that I had developed, and asked if they would be interested in a story.  They said yes, so they interviewed me and ran the story. I decided to put an ad in that publication the week the story came out.

 

Everybody kidded me and said “Oh, you’ll be lucky to get 3 people”.  It just seems like when somebody is successful or trying to improve, and I think many of you have run into this, there will always be the naysayers that criticize and put you down.  If you believe in your heart what you are doing is important, then don’t let anyone stop you!

 

Well the day the publication came out, the phones rang off the hook.  We actually ended up with over 200 hundred therapists that wanted to take my seminars.

 

I had never spoken to more than 15 therapists and physicians at a time up to that point.  Speaking to hundreds of people is a whole different animal!

 

In any event, I put a lot of time and preparation into developing the slide presentation, the order of the techniques, and choosing the instructors that I knew could be helpful during the workshop sessions.

 

The first morning, as my assistant walked into the seminar room, she tripped and spilled the slides all over the floor and when I got there they were in total disarray.  We didn’t have time to adjust them.  Well, this was certainly the time to be cool and calm.  Fortunately, it turned out to be the 2nd day’s slides so I spent that whole night rearranging those slides. 

 

The room was bristling with energy with all those people.  I walked up to the stage, turned to talk to the audience and froze!  Fortunately, a waiter went through a swinging door and slammed it really hard and everyone turned to look toward the noise, so I got a chance to look down at my notes.  When I make a mistake, the adrenaline rushes through my body and from that moment on I just spontaneously talked about what I knew.  It went great.

 

Afterwards, everyone was extremely enthusiastic thinking I had lectured for decades when in fact this was really my first time lecturing to a large audience.  Of course the naysayers said “Well that was just a fluke and it’s not going to happen again” or “It’s only a fad” and that type of thing.  Again, I believed in what I was doing.  I believed in myself and I knew that what I had to teach was important.  So for a while, we went seminar to seminar until my Myofascial Release seminars turned into the most successful seminars in the history of therapy.

 

I have now had the opportunity to have taught over 100,000 therapists and physicians. When you put forth the effort necessary and have the courage to act upon being successful, don’t be surprised if some people criticize and attack you for being different. Don’t take it personally, it’s more their stuff. If in your heart you believe in what you are doing, don’t let anybody stop you. There’s a good book called “The Four Agreements” by Miguel Ruis, which is helpful for everybody. I suggest my clients read it too. To summarize, don’t take anything personally. Don’t make assumptions. Speak with integrity. Enjoy your journey and never give up!

 

Sincerely,

 

John F. Barnes, PT

 

For more information on Myofascial Release and Myofascial Release Seminars, visit our website here.

 

To view the new commercial for Therapy on the Rocks, click here.

 

For more information about Myofascial Release, you can now access two separate excerpts from the Fireside Chat with John F. Barnes, PT DVD on ‘You Tube’!   Just click on the following links:

 

Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWRuS9xAbMo

Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4QrvlwtBOU

To find us on Facebook, click on the following link: www.facebook.com/myofascial.release

 

 


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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Cherished Friends

August 4, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

Sandy and Tien Do are cherished friends and incredible Myofascial Release therapists. They are struggling right now and can use your love and support. For more information, go to:http://www.gofundme.com/yjyfx8. Please consider donating. Thank you.

Love, John

 

 

Tien


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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Good News!

July 24, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

Phew!!

Good news! We had an enormous outpouring of requests for us to try to find additional space because so many people were looking forward to the Quantum Leap seminar. We had searched the entire Key West area and at the last minute space became available at the hotel so we secured it.

If you want to attend the Quantum Leap seminar, register as soon as possible since it will probably fill up quickly again. Also, make your hotel reservations as soon as possible so you’re not disappointed.

We encourage students to make reservations at the Doubletree Hilton Grand Key West. The phone number is 305-293-1818 and the group code for the discounted rate is MYO. http://doubletree3.hilton.com/…/doubletree-resor…/index.html

We look forward to you joining us for this exciting adventure!

To register, call our seminar department at 800-327-2425 ext. 4.

 


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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Sold Out!

July 16, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

Those of you who missed out on registering for Quantum Leap can be put on a waiting list, although it’s not often people cancel out of this seminar. You should consider taking Rebounding or Cervical-Thoracic in Key West or if you’re ready, MFR III, which also sells out very quickly. Our courses are exploding so try not to wait until the last minute to register so you can avoid disappointment and missing these incredible seminars.

 

To register for Rebounding or Cervical-Thoracic, contact our seminar department at 800-327-2425 ext. 4.

 

 


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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Family

June 30, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

John was recently with his twin sons, Mark and Brian, at one of his advanced Myofascial Release seminars in Sedona, AZ. Here are some great pictures and comments that were shared.

 

Mark and JFB in Sedona 2015

John and his son, Mark

 

Hana Debbie Peterson- love seeing you two..

Lori LeBarnes- Nice picture

Colleen Anne Morlock Mitchell- GREAT LOOKING Young men!!

Mary Ryan- Wonderful

Jill Rehrig- Sweet!

Grace Vedala- Beautiful picture!!

Linda Nedilsky- Great photo!

Carol M. Davis- Father and beloved son….wonderful.

Sonya Lea Smith- So good you have time together.

Rosalind Thurston- Handsome, both!

Jan Smith Hoar- Wish I was there!

Sandy Harder- It was so amazing watching your Dad work on you!!!! Love from both of you could be seen and felt!!!!!

Brandi Brickell- I think Mark needs a beard…

Jonathan Berens- Wonderful to see father and son together. Brian when I first met you had no idea your last name is Barnes. Great surprise and wonderful energy from you. Thank you Brian and thank you John

Heather Bryan- The magic of 3…. Channel 3 and the 3 Barnes’s in Sedona at once, WOW. Hope to meet you in person and thank you for the directory and EQ. I got the deepest dive yet treating with your brother this morning, thanks Brian!

Karla Quello- How fabulous!!

Sharon Lindy- The only thing that would be cooler is to have the other twin there at the same time. Enjoy each other!

Consuella Flurry- So will we have all three in class tomorrow?

Deborah Blake Moran- Is that salad on johns plate?

Sonja Steidlmayer- Handsome men!!

Drucilla Likens Pape- Dad’s arms…..what a wonderful place to be! This photo touches my deepest heart. It feels so good to see the two of you, and to remember being tucked in my Dad’s arms. Precious moments!

Mya Swan Rueda- So great to (finally) meet you!

 

 

John and his son, Brian

John and his son, Brian

John and his son, Brian

John and his son, Brian

 

Karla Quello- Thank you for sharing these pictures

 Amy! What a beautiful expression of love.

Nancy Lee- You are shining and beautiful John.

Sharon Lindy- Proud Papa!! Happy son.

Barbara Long- Hi Brian

Brandi Brickell- You’re never too old to love on your parents

Jill Rehrig- AAAhhhh…..

Nancy Lee Anderson- Nothing more beautiful than the love between a Father and his Son.

Consuella Flurry- Glad I got meet him!

Dawnne Marchand Nance- Brian!!!

Jessica Otter- So beautiful!

Sheila Walker- Thank you for allowing me into the MFR love bubble today. What a fantastically connected, supportive energy you all so lovingly created with your beautiful heartfelt sharing and demonstration, in myriads of ways. John, you get better and more brilliant every time I see you! Thanks everyone for helping me recharge today!

Sepi Aeen- What lovely photos

Heather Bryan- What magic and boundless love seen and felt

Yvonne Bannister- Thank you both for the “bump” and the treatment!! I guess I can say…it was worth it! Love you!

Morena Quadrini Petracca- Beautiful family and beautiful tribe. It was an unforgettable experience.

Jackie Castro-Cooper- Love, love, love! Miss you Brian

Heidi Miller- Awesome!!

Sandy Lyons- Such gentle sweet souls.

Drucilla Likens Pape- Ok, big tears streaming down my face! What a GREAT LOVE!!!!! Dru OTR/L

Michael Martin- It doesn’t get any better than this!

 

 

 


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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My Debilitating Pain

June 12, 2015 by John Barnes · 1 Comment

Let me take you back in time to the day of my injury—the day my life changed. I was a very good athlete when I was younger. I played football, ran track, went skiing, rode motorcycles and was involved in competitive karate and power lifting. In a blinding flash, at the age of 19, all of those things I loved were taken from me.

I had gone to the gym to work out with weights, because I was getting ready for an upcoming power lifting competition. There was no one else in the gym. I proceeded to do bench presses and shoulder work, then went on to squats. No one was there to spot me.

I was doing high-repetition squats, holding more than 300 pounds, when I exhausted my muscles to the point where I couldn’t get up. I needed help.

I had been a gymnast when I was younger, so I thought I could do a back roll to get myself out of my dilemma—but when you have a 300-pound bar in your hands, your hands won’t let go, so I crashed into the ground with enormous force into my sacrum and lumbar area.

I lay there stunned; I couldn’t move my legs. My body was numb from the waist down.

Then, slowly, the numbness wore off—and horrible pain began. Eventually, I managed to move my legs, but I knew, in that instant, everything I loved, motion and competition, was taken from me. In an instant, my life changed.

To read more of my story on the development of my Myofascial Release approach, visit this link: http://www.massagemag.com/therapeutic-insight-the-john-f-barnes-myofascial-release-perspective-the-development-of-myofascial-release-2-30187/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sincerely,

 

John F. Barnes, PT

 

For more information on Myofascial Release and Myofascial Release Seminars, visit our website here.

 

To view the new commercial for Therapy on the Rocks, click here.

 

For more information about Myofascial Release, you can now access two separate excerpts from the Fireside Chat with John F. Barnes, PT DVD on ‘You Tube’!   Just click on the following links:

 

Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWRuS9xAbMo

Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4QrvlwtBOU

To find us on Facebook, click on the following link: www.facebook.com/myofascial.release

 


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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Congratulations, Aaron!

June 9, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

Congratulations, Aaron!

I want to congratulate Aaron LeBauer for the honor he received for being one of the best therapists in North Carolina.  Aaron and I have known each other for quite a while. I first met Aaron in California where he was a therapist and a very high level cyclist.  He was and remains to be an incredible athlete.  Aaron had created a program to help therapists develop a cash based Myofascial Release practice. (http://lebauerconsulting.com/the-anatomy-of-a-physical-therapy-cash-practice/) (http://www.lebauerpt.com/) I would highly recommend that those of you who are interested look into it. I look forward to seeing you again, Aaron. I am proud of you. Love, John

 

 


John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB is the President of the Myofascial Release Treatment Centers and International Myofascial Release Seminars. For more information call 1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425) or visit www.myofascialrelease.com.

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Congratulations to Carol Davis!

May 22, 2015 by John Barnes · No Comments

Carol has been asked to speak at the United Nations on a panel with two physicians. She will be talking about the fascia and the extracellular matrix as a facilitator of the flow of peaceful vibrations for health and wellness of the mind/body.

Carol has been teaching a series of retreats for health care professionals in the Spring and the Fall in the Catskill Mountains at Peace Village since the Fall of 2001….just after 9/11, actually.
http://www.peacevillageretreat.org/index.html

This series runs under the name of Hope in Healthcare, and each weekend retreat is designed to help healthcare professionals learn how to manage the stress and chaos that we deal with every day by learning basic coping skills, particularly meditation.

Carol, you’re awesome! I love you.

Here are some of the wonderful comments we’ve received so far:

 

  • Sandra Kahlon- The ‘Hope in Healthcare’ retreats are great! Well done Carol, so exciting!!
  • Julie Davidzuk Leigh- Carol M. Davis you ARE awesome! Congratulations!
  • Rowena Cua- Congrats Carol! Awesome job! Thank you for educating and sharing your love of MFR!
  • Robyn Darling Deck- Wow! Congratulations Carol M. Davis, that is impressive.
  • Phil Tavolacci- You ROCK, Carol!!! Thanks for bringing your awesomeness to the United Nations.
  • Craig Cohen- Carol is our rockstar. Love you so much. Congratulations
  • Patrice Brown- This is fantastic. grin emoticon Congrats.
  • Christine Wushke- wow!
  • Brenda Bryson- How Divine!!! Congrats Carol!
  • Robert Mollica- Awesome ….thanks for being the change.
  • Joe Miller- Congratulations, Carol! You belong on that panel and you are the perfect Fascial Emissary in a forum with global visibility. I’m so happy for…all of us! Love to you. Have fun!
  • Carol Dorsey- Awesomeness!
  • Vince Glasser- Such exciting news for the MFR tribe and the people in need of our help!
  • Kerri Geach- Wonderful!!!!
  • Cheryl Schistad- No one else needs it more than them…. 1000 monkeys
  • Michele Leslie Ruhmann- You are awesome Carol M. Davis. So excited for you and our MFR community
  • Christina Dutcher- She’s clearing the path, woo hoo!
  • Allie Bauer- Congratulations, Carol! Well done! Your love and understanding of the work is palpable, and you share it eloquently. Happy for….all of us! Way to go! Keep us posted, as I know you will…heart emoticon
  • Kaari Kuusisto- Awesome, indeed!! Kudos, Carol! Thrilled to hear!
  • Grace Vedala- Congrats Carol!!!Awesome news!????????
  • Peter Podbielski- Lets make the fascia voice to be heard! You can speek about MFR with great passion and wisdom…Love you Carol:)
  • Patricia Sucillon- Carol! Such wonderful news ! Congratulations from us both!
  • Linda Nedilsky- Congratulations Carol!
  • Roxann Weger- Fantastic. Congratulations Carol!
  • Wendy Arthur- So proud and thrilled for you Carol, John, and everyone on the path of authentic healing!
  • Darly Thoppil- This is such an honor. So happy for you and Congratulations!!! You are truly awesome !
  • Joan MillerCaramalis- Wow congrats! Carol you speak w so much passion! Thanks for representing so well!
  • Barbara Sweeney Rabin- Carol, I’ve benefited from and loved your unique wisdom ever since you were my professor and advisor in graduate PT school! Way to go!
  • Yvonne Bannister- Hip! Hip! Hurray! Hip! Hip! Hurray! Yay for Carol! Bring it on and bring it out! {{{{{{MFRsqueeze}}}}}
  • Karen Wessinger- Wow. Thank you. Thank you for your dedication to getting the importance of this work out there. Love.
  • Carol M. Davis- Oh WOW tribe!! Oh WOW!!!!
  • Anna Kuhlman- Congratulations Carol! This is fantastic
  • Vince Glasser- It’s a virtual standing ovation Carol!!
  • Celia Daly McDermott- Wonderful, Carol!! heart emoticon
  • Margi Sundell- Great news!! Onward!
  • Carol M. Davis- I love you guys!!
  • Molly McMillan- That is perfect. Of course, Carol should be on a United Nations panel! Congrats!
  • Barbara Dickinson- Carol M. Davis you are a perfect teacher. This is great news, congrats
  • Rupal Patel- Carol , congrats!! What a well deserved honor! You are an incredible mentor to many, i feel very fortunate to be a part of that!
  • Antonia Nelson- Awesome!! How wonderful that you are speaking Carol, thank you for all you do, what you bring to the world, and for who you are!
  • Ida Piczon-Bollinger- Yay! Congratulations! Great news for this wonderful tribe.
  • Nancy Lee Anderson- Carol what an honor! Congratulations!!
  • Jeannette Zyderveld- Go Carol!!
  • Vanessa Jeremiah Uybarreta- Wow amazing!!!! Congratulations
  • Abbe Mogell- Wahoooo!
  • Tara Croghan Carrington- Beloved Carol…you shine so brightly. Such a prestigious invitation! Congratulations! They are in for a treat. Thank you for your voice and heart and mind, and continual contribution…
  • DeeDee O’Neill- Congrats Carol!
  • Wendy Duch Isom- What a wonderful honor, Carol! Congratulations!
  • Sharon Kunkel- Congratulations, Carol. Way to go!!
  • Mary Ryan- Beautiful heart emoticon
  • Sue Legg-Matthews- Wow thank you Carol and John,you guys are amazing
  • Jan Lambert- Fantastic Carol!, what a wonderful opportunity!
  • Jeann Iris- Brick Yay!!!
  • Kirsi Sabri- WONDERFUL!!!!!!!
  • Sepi Aeen- Carol you are awesome. So proud of you. Thanks
    Sepi
  • Monika Szumilak- Congratulations!!
  • Carrie Pounds- Congrats Carol smile emoticon
  • Aracelli Gonzalez-Bonaudi- Congratulations Carol!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Sincerely,

 

John F. Barnes, PT

 

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