An in-depth assessment is given to determine muscle inhibitions, fascial restrictions, and muscular imbalances that result in chronic conditions, pain, dysfunction, or decreased athletic performance. Several of the most effective corrective techniques are utilized in each session. Techniques may include, but are not limited to: Muscle Activation Techniques™, Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), Muscle Re-Patterning, Soft Tissue Release (STR), Myofascial Release, and Craniosacral Therapy. A series of sessions are recommended to achieve the full benefits. Please bring shorts.
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
A type of massage that focuses on relieving pain and discomfort, reducing tension, improving flexibility, and increasing circulation. The massage uses a deeper pressure and will target problem areas, tight muscles, or trigger points. This type of massage is ideal for when the body is feeling tight, sore, and run down. Book your appointment today.
This type of massage focuses on easing minor aches and pains, reducing stress, increasing circulation, improving flexibility, and achieving an overall sense of well being. The massage session generally uses firm but gentle pressure with kneading, compression, and long, gliding strokes. Find serenity and balance with one of our skilled practitioners. Book your appointment today.
A form of therapy performed with little or no lubricant to effect changes on the body’s fascial system. The tissue is carefully spread apart in small sections to soften, lengthen, and improve its function. This treatment is used to reduce pain or discomfort, treat chronic conditions, reduce compensation patterns, realign the body, and to improve lymphatic flow. 1-2 hours is generally needed to perform a full body treatment.
MUSCLE ACTIVATION TECHNIQUES™
Greg Roskopf's Muscle Activation Techniques™ (MAT) is a systematic approach to biomechanically evaluate and treat muscular imbalances and dysfunction. These dysfunctions can cause or contribute to injury, decreased ROM, decreased performance, and pain. MAT asks what can you not do, and then tries to determine if the muscles that coordinate that action are working properly.
Correction of inhibited muscles can include isometric activation exercises designed to stimulate specific muscles or manual palpations that “activate” the muscles at their attachment sites. Take home exercises are then recommended to ensure an active role by the patient. Please go to muscleactivation.com for more information or click on video below.
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AT HOME SESSIONS ARE AVAILABLE
Pricing varies due to type of session, duration, experience of therapist. Please call to learn more 954.298.6363