What Is FMT (Fascia Mobility Therapy)?


Fascia is a band or sheet of connective tissue just beneath the skin. It attaches, stabilizes, encloses and separates muscles and internal organs. Primarily made up of collagen and water, it is one of the most important things to consider yet so easily overlooked. Having your fascia released & learning how to maintain that mobility is one of the most amazing things you can do for all areas of your life!

Stretch Therapy aids in treating adhesions that are difficult to get with traditional massage therapy or stretching. By focusing on what the body’s limitations are you can work through the range of motion to release tension and create ease in mobility.

What can treating your fascia help with? Focusing on your fascial meridians, not just in a recovery setting, but a training program can take you leaps and bounds.

Think of all the problems we create just in our daily routine. Poor movement patterns, hunched over a desk, sitting for long periods, standing for long periods, the way you stand for long periods and repetitive motions.

We can decompress areas dense in connective tissue like your spine, joint capsules (hips and shoulders), and your IT band. All areas that are often of high concern with minimal sense of long-term relief. Adding fascial treatments into your recovery plan is essential to move at your best for years to come.


Releasing your fascia can give you better sleep, less water retention, improved movement patterns, reduced chronic pain, increased range of motion, and quicker recovery. No matter what stage you’re at in your fitness journey, or even just life, you could benefit from making FMT a priority in your wellness routine. Fascia stretch is often what people say is the missing puzzle piece to their recovery and fitness.

45 Minutes $109

Prema Wellness Centre
1429 17 Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T2T 0C6


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5116 Elbow Dr SW
Calgary, Alberta T2V 1H1


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