Vegan Fascial Release Wax

Our Vegan Fascial Release Wax provides the benefits of a tighter grip for fascia work, without the use of beeswax.

Vegan Society Certified

From £3.98 £3.32
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Our original Fascial Release Wax was developed in consultation with James Earls, international lecturer in fascial release techniques and anatomy, and has been in response to a need for a product with a tighter grip for extra tissue control. It gives the right amount of grip for the connective tissue, allowing the therapist to manipulate it in a wide variety of ways; lengthening, differentiating and mobilising it.

Fascia is the fibrous wrapping which contains and holds all of the elements of our body in place. As a live tissue it is able to adapt itself and mould our bodies into particular patterns that we create through movement.

Our Vegan Fascial Release Wax is suitable for Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and Sports Massage. It is also ideal for therapists who prefer a tighter grip for deep tissue work, or are looking for a massage medium that offers extra control.

We have worked hard to get the consistency of our Vegan Fascial Release Wax as close to our original beeswax formula as possible. The vegan version will feel slightly different to the original and may need a little more re-application, but the result is a firm and nutritious plateau with a dry finish.

Our Vegan Fascial Release Wax is also nut-free.

 

Also available for Fascial Release:

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Our Packaging: For plastic-free packaging, choose our 20g pots or any of our biodegradable EcoTubs. For details on how to recycle and dispose of all of our packaging, see our recycling page.

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