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ASSISTED STRETCH THERAPY

Assisted Stretch Therapy,  put simply, is a technique where our trained therapist helps you to stretch. It is a pain free therapy that can form part of your overall fitness plan to improve mobility and performance, reduce risk of injury and help you recover between workouts. It will give you a deeper stretch than you could ever achieve on your own.

 

We offer a 60 minute total body stretch with some targeted trigger point therapy/massage incorporated or a 30 minute session where we focus on problem areas, such as your hips, lower back and shoulders. 

HOW IT WORKS

Assisted Stretch Therapy is applied through gentle pulls of the arms, legs, spine and neck through varying planes of movement. This helps to realign your body, increase mobility and flexibility, reduce stress and relieve achy joints and is specifically designed to calm the nervous system and relax the body.  Our therapist will use specific techniques to directly work your muscles, but primarily your fascia; the connective tissue that surrounds muscle, bones and joints. Assisted stretch also targets the joints and joint capsule, removing restrictions from movement and stimulating lubrication, increasing overall health. 

BENEFITS

ENHANCES RECOVERY

REDUCES RISK OF FUTURE INJURY

RESTORES BALANCE AND SYMMETRY

IMPROVED RANGE OF MOTION
IMPROVED JOINT HEALTH

CALMS THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • During your Assisted Stretch session you will undergo a movement assessment with Sam, our assisted stretch specialist.

  • Following the treatment session, Sam will discuss any treatment findings with you and offer after care advice.

  • Sam’s background is in professional sport, he draws upon this experience to understand specific movements of the body and how to gain maximum range around each joint, to allow for active, pain-free movement.

All of our services are non-invasive & non-medical procedures for those who are seeking to naturally improve health and wellness. Although they can offer relief from symptoms, they are not intended to diagnose or cure any injury or disease.

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