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Women of all ages can benefit from Myofascial Release Therapy.

Many "Female Problems," as labeled by the medical community, can be treated through the release of the fascial net that holds all structures in the body in place.

Women have been told repeatedly that their problems are "all in their head" and they should learn to "just live with
their discomfort." I strongly disagree, and believe that Myofascial Release Treatments can offer the relief you are looking for.

Imagine the fascia  or “net” throughout your body as a three--dimensional weblike structure. It serves to knit the pelvis into its position in space, and holds female reproductive organs in place.

The natural tendency for fascia is to tighten over time as a result of trauma, inflammatory disease, poor posture, and/or childbirth. This also affects other bony structures in the body, which causes them to work harder to hold you upright as you sit, stand, and move.

Myofascial Release Therapy addresses the “tightened fascial net" through gentle hands-on "melting" of the frozen tissue. MRT results in more movement, freedom of inner structures, and in turn, more functionality.

Below is a list of conditions* specific to women's health that can be treated with MFR, but is not limited to:

Pre and post pregnancy


Menstrual pain and difficulties

Menopause and peri-menopause symptoms

Scars from abdominal or gynecological procedures
(such as C-section, laparoscopy, hysterectomy)


Back and pelvic pain

• Breast pain

• Cosmetic surgery scars

Sexual trauma (MFR treats the emotional pain, as well)

Recurrent bladder pain and infection

Painful episiotomy scars

Coccygeal pain

Bowel elimination difficulty

Pain and  discomfort of pregnancy

Morning sickness

Post-pregnancy discomfort

Post-partum depression

* The side effects of MFR are that you will feel better!


Myofascial Release Supports Successful In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

"I went to Sarah for the first time while going through IVF.  My hope was that she would be able to physically relax my body in a way that I would have better success with my treatment.  This was my only expectation and concern when entering her office.  

When I started my treatment, I realized I would be getting so much more out of it than that. She taught me how my body is connected physically to my emotions and past stresses and traumas in my life. Sarah is amazingly intuitive and is really helpful in guiding one to identify where feelings are coming from. 

Going through over a year of fertility treatments to have my first child and now starting my second round of IVF for my second, she helped me realize a lot of the negative feelings I was having about my self. I felt like a failure, like my body was failing me -- and as an athlete and a woman that was hard to swallow. 

Until I realized I felt like this I couldn’t fix it, but even after my first visit and just acknowledging these feelings, I started to heal from the inside out.  I found that after each treatment my body felt so alive with energy and I became much more in tune with myself physically and emotionally.  

I feel like myofascial release and Sarah herself were such a benefit to my overall health and well-being.  In the course of three weeks during my IVF cycle, she changed my life for the better -- as well as being a huge support for the process I was going through. 

I am happy to report that my second IVF transfer was a success and I think Sarah was a huge help with her positive energy and complementary treatments."

Long Valley, NJ

From a woman Sarah Borda, LMT, BCTMB, has been treating for fertility and stress release through MFR:

"I got 12 good eggs! Thank you so much. I'll be back soon."

- A.D.
Warren, NJ

Breastfeeding Made Easier

"My lactation consultant recommended that I see Sarah because my baby's gape was narrow and painful.  Sarah's treatment helped her relax her jaw and made breastfeeding more comfortable. 

"A few weeks later, we are both getting better at breastfeeding and it's becoming more comfortable.  We have been doing the exercises Sarah showed us and they have helped a lot, particularly the chin one.

Sometimes I am still amazed that we've gotten to this point because it was such a long struggle."

- A.G., mother of 3-month-old Califon, NJ

And a note from Sarah Borda, Licensed Healthcare Practitioner:

I also worked with the mother in a session for herself. Her stress level dropped and she and the baby became more connected.

I recommend that all new mothers have a session, as well as the baby. 

Feel free to call to discuss,