"we were able to open up, and strengthen my body in ways I didn't know were possible for me"
Fascial Stretch Therapy +
"The body's fascial system holds and molds to support your current demands.
Let's dive in, and find the holding points so your body can truly release the need for the constant tension."
Decrease Joint & Muscle Pain
Tight, rigid fascia pulls on bones and joints causing the bone or joint to misalign, causing aches & pains
Break the pain-cycle
The nervous system becomes hard wired to reinforce your injury - mentally and physically (it's inevitable). Let's re-wire the mind and body
Improved Posture & Alignment
Releasing imbalanced tension allows vertebral joints, and ribs resume proper alignment
Restricted muscles decrease our ability to move around pain-free. Improving Range of Motion allows us to move more and more freely
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What type of discomfort does Stretch Therapy help with?
Fascia (connective tissue) is prevalent throughout the ENTIRE BODY - from the feet to the neck, and every muscle fibre and organ in between!
I specialize in working with people who have been dealing with a long-term injuries/issues of all sorts. From generalized tightness, to headaches, shoulder pain, rib pain, foot and ankle pain, knee pain, low back pain, hip discomfort, and pain from PTSD of any kind.
Consequently, if you are experiencing some new discomfort/pain/tension - these are your body's whispers, listen to them. Seek out treatment that will point you to the root cause and devise a plan to quickly counteract it - so it doesn't have to be something you manage for a long time.
2. Does Stretch Therapy fix injuries completely?
These Stretch Therapy sessions ARE designed to help your body heal. I use a combination of methods from my 15 years of experience to create stability for you where it's needed, and mobility where it's needed. I GOT YOU!!!
3. How many stretch sessions are typically needed?
Fascial tissue molds in shape gradually over years. I have found 1 session is nice, but true benefits, structural changes, stabilization, opening of blocked energy pathways - the nervous system requires repetition. It also depends how long ago the injury happened. The more time that passes, the more holding and molding has occurred across multiple fascial lines. I can make individualized recommendations after the first session.
4. What if I am not sure if I am a good candidate?
Usually you have an intuitive sense on what your body needs. Many of my clients have been to a variety of therapies with good short-term success but find themselves managing the same injuries for years.
5. What if I am STILL not sure if I am a good candidate?
No problem! Give us a call or send us a direct message via our Instagram page to discuss more.