Myofascial Release

Advanced Myofascial Release and Jing Method™ Clinical Massage, North London

Learn about Advanced Myofascial Release and Jing Method™ Clinical Massage for both MSK pain and complex pain.

Meet your BTEC6 Jing Therapist: Steven Murdoch.

Myofascial Release

Advanced Myofascial Release is a combination of manual therapy techniques that targets the fascia, the thin connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles and organs throughout the body.

These techniques involve applying gentle pressure and sustained stretching to the fascia, allowing it to release tension and restrictions that may be causing pain or limited mobility.

Advanced Myofascial Release techniques are commonly used to treat various conditions such as chronic pain, Fibromyalgia, Long Covid, and Hypermobility Syndromes.

Techniques are non-invasive and a drug-free approach to healing that can provide significant pain relief.

Advanced Myofascial Release is a treatment in itself. It is also one of the manual therapies which forms the Jing Method Clinical Massage.

Advanced Myofascial Release

Exploring Advanced Myofascial Release

If  you would like to explore Advanced Myofascial Release therapy, we highly recommend first taking advantage of a FREE 15-minute Discovery Video Call.

This way, you can take your time to explain your previous experiences and together we can explore if Advanced Myofascial Release therapy may be appropriate for you.

Jing Method™ Clinical Massage

Jing Method™ Clinical Massage is a comprehensive holistic therapy that uses a mix of advanced soft-tissue techniques designed to effectively relieve musculoskeletal (MSK) pain.

The techniques, which include myofascial release and trigger point therapy, not only provide long-term pain relief but also leave you feeling relaxed and revitalised.

If you’re experiencing MSK pain conditions such as back pain, frozen shoulder, sciatica, or jaw pain, the Jing Method™ may be the solution you’ve been looking for.

Jing Clinical Massage

What should I expect from a treatment?

Here’s a little explainer video of how we may be of benefit, the techniques involved, known as the Jing Method, and a peek into our treatment room in Palmers Green, North London.

What techniques does a Jing Method™ treatment include?

Hot stone therapy

Hot Stone Therapy

Heating the soft tissue increases blood flow to the area of warmth, creating elasticity in the tissue. This not only helps the therapist work deeper but also has a calming and therapeutic effect of easing pain.

Myofascia massage

Myofascial Release

Myofascia is the connective tissue found around and through muscles. Healthy fascia is strong and elastic. Myofascial release is a technique used to stimulate elasticity in fascia which has become restricted.

Trigger Point Massage

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger point therapy also works on the fascia. Specifically it targets irritable knots or adhesions known as trigger points. These painful nodules ease when gentle pressure is applied to them.

Acupressure therapy


Acupressure is a manual therapy which aims to stimulate specific points on the body to release a flow of energy. These points are commonly known as acupressure points.

Stretch therapy


Stretches are a key component in the Jing Method. They work particularly well alongside myofascial release and trigger point therapy. It feels great and promotes greater flexibility.

Teaching self-care


Self-care exercises, such as stretches, between hands-on sessions helps to speed up recovery. The therapist and client agree a few simple exercises to be carried out at home.

Your Jing Therapist

Steven Murdoch Jing Method Massage London

Relief after years of low back pain led Steven to specialise in holistic treatment for chronic pain.

Steven is a Jing Method™ Advanced Clinical and Sports Massage Therapist specialising in therapy for chronic pain relief. Low back pain has affected him since his late teens.

Treatments incorporating myofascial release transformed his experience and inspired him to train to help others.

Having trained to the highest level of massage in the UK: BTEC Level 6 Professional Diploma in Advanced Clinical and Sports Massage, he now enjoys working with others to help them with their own chronic pain.

Steven is a fully accredited advanced clinical massage practitioner, registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). He is also a full member of the Sports Massage Association (SMA).

What treatments have you explored? Where are you at and what are you hoping for? Booking a FREE Video Call is a great way to share your experience and learn more about Advanced Myofascial Release and the Jing Method.

Training & Qualifications


BTEC Level 6 Diploma in Advanced Clinical & Sports Massage

The Jing BTEC Level 6 Diploma in Advanced Clinical & Sports Massage is the ‘highest’ level massage qualification in the UK. It is the vocational equivalent to a degree level course.

Certificate in Advanced Myofascial Release, Jing Advanced Massage Training

Certificate in Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy, Jing Advanced Massage Training

Diploma in Anatomy, Physiology and Body Massage, ITEC Ltd

Continual Professional Development (CPD)

Qualsafe Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF), Lifeline Training

The Jing Method: Online Consultation, Jing Advanced Massage Training

The Jing Method: Hip & Pelvis Pain, Jing Advanced Massage Training

The Jing Method: Neck & Shoulder Pain, Jing Advanced Massage Training

The Jing Method: Leg, Knee and Foot Pain, Jing Advanced Massage Training

The Jing Method: Forearm, Wrist & Hand Pain, Jing Advanced Massage Training

The Jing Method: Shoulder Girdle Pain, Jing Advanced Massage Training

The Jing Method: Low Back Pain, Jing Advanced Massage Training

Living Anatomy, Jing Advanced Massage Training

Foundation in Advanced Clinical Massage, Jing Advanced Massage Training

Jing Certificate in Hot Stone Fusion Massage

Massage for Trauma, Gerry Pyves Academy