The Melt Method

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Sue Hitzmann was in studio to showcase her revolutionary approach to health and wellness, ‘The Melt Method’, which targets the body’s connective tissue to alleviate stress.

As a manual therapist, Hitzmann created ‘Melt’ as the first self-treatment method that simulates the hands-on techniques she uses to help clients living with pain from injury, illness, childbirth, and the repetitive movements of day-to-day living. Through a series of easy, precise movements that use a soft body roller and small balls, ‘Melt’ works to rehydrate connective tissue and rebalance nervous system regulation, as well as boost the body’s natural healing and repair mechanisms.

In ‘The Melt Method’, readers will first learn about the four R’s of ‘Melt’: Reconnect, Rebalance, Rehydrate, and Release. Each R of ‘Melt’ addresses one of the four areas of stuck stress and is essential to the overall ‘Melt’ self-treatment plan. From there, the book lays out the various sequences that readers can learn and combine to create ‘Melt’ maps that address these four systemic effects of stuck stress.

Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT, is a nationally recognized somatic-movement educator and manual therapist. Her decades of practice, research, and study of connective tissue science and complementary therapies have culminated in the creation of the ‘Melt’ Method, a revolutionary approach to pain-free fitness and longevity. You can visit her website here for more information on the ‘Melt Method’ and her new book.

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