training, massage, nutrition. customized and convenient.
No matter your goal, we engineer your body to align posture, prevent injury and maximize performance. Each training session is adapted to the characteristics of your movement.
• Soft Tissue – This includes muscles, fascia, ligaments, tendons and joint capsules, and may include self-myofascial release (SMR), Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) and Active Isolated Stretching (AIS), as well as massage therapy.
• Mobility – Moving a limb through its full range of motion. Without adequate mobility you will be limited in your ability to load or use that area optimally or without pain.
• Stability – The ability to maintain or control joint movement or position. This is achieved by the coordinating actions of surrounding tissues and the neuromuscular system.
• Motor Control – The process by which the nervous system coordinates muscles and limbs to achieve a desired movement or set of actions.
The ability to exert a maximal force in as short a time as possible, as in accelerating, jumping or throwing movements.
The maximum force you can apply against a load, such as a weight, machine, band or your own body weight.
Aerobic endurance: the body’s ability to sustain low to moderate intensity for extended periods of time through the continual use of oxygen. Anaerobic endurance: the ability to sustain intense, short duration activity such as weight lifting or sprinting.
Our massage therapists work with you to release muscle and any other soft tissue tension, to stimulate circulation, and to support your overall mental and physical well-being.
Identifies and provides relief to specific aches, pains and imbalances throughout the body.
Uses negative pressure (outward instead of inward) to direct fresh, oxygenated blood to increase circulation and provide relief to a specific area.
Focuses on circulation using pressure points and assisted stretching to promote flexibility and internal health.
*Additional $25 per person
We help you examine current habits that may need some adjustment. Then, together, we develop the plan that is right for you.
Identifying what you are eating and when, as the timing of your eating is as important as what you are eating. We will also assess potential triggers and cravings.
We will schedule what types of meals will be eaten and where – including home, office, social or business functions, travel, etc.
As your mind and body respond to a new way of eating, we will continually adapt your plan to your needs.