- Breakthrough self-treatment system founded by Sue Hitzmann
- Eliminates chronic pain, naturally
- Erases signs of aging
- Improves body sense, core strength and stability
- Feel fantastic in just 10 minutes a day!
- Workshops offered at HealthQuest Oxford, contact them to attend
What is the MELT Method?
The MELT Method® (MELT®) is a simple self-treatment designed to help you stay healthy, youthful and active for a lifetime. Just 10 minutes of performing the MELT, three times a week is all you need to reduce the effects of accumulated tension and stress caused by daily living. This full-body method of self-care can be customized to your particular needs – from improving performance and decreasing the risk of repetitive stress injuries to eliminating chronic pain, regardless of what’s causing your pain in the first place.
How MELT Works
MELT employs the use of gentle tools for the goals of fascial tissue remodeling, pain relief, and performance improvement. However, the application and compression-quality of the specialized MELT balls and rollers have unique feel and objectives, primarily that of non-traumatizing, indirect, active and passive, light-touch techniques to help regulate sympathetic to parasympathetic tone, improve heart rate variability (HRV), and fine-tune motor control.
New research has revealed the missing link to pain-free living: a balanced nervous system and healthy connective tissue. These two components work together to provide your body support and optimal mind-body communication. MELT directly addresses these two systems of your body in a way no other self-treatment can, including diet and exercise. You’ll see and feel results in the first session. The ultimate goal of MELT is to improve your body’s ability to restore balance and repair itself, which can create
remarkable, lasting changes. MELT offers natural pain relief, allowing you to address the true cause of chronic pain, not just mask the symptoms.
The final aspect of MELT methodology incorporates before and after self-assessment protocols at each step that are key to developing self-empowerment and self-knowledge, and may assist in scientific data collection and tracking.