STRETCH It. FEEL It. MOVE It


STRETCH

What ever “It” is - your legs, back, arms, neck:

Increase your range of motion & flexibility!

Photo's by Dana Hursey Photography. ©  dana@hursey.com

Photo's by Dana Hursey Photography. © dana@hursey.com


FEEL

You will feel “It” all over your body!!

Get in touch with your body, either again or for the first time!

Photo's by Dana Hursey Photography. ©  dana@hursey.com

Photo's by Dana Hursey Photography. © dana@hursey.com


MOVE

You will be able to move “It” better!!!

Improve your body alignment and posture for increased functional mobility & athletic performance!

Before and After - showing increased trunk rotation after stretch session.

Before and After - showing increased trunk rotation after stretch session.

There are many options and treatments available for fascial stretch therapy which can address and help alleviate back and neck pain and tight muscles and offer relief for joint, muscle and soft tissue pain while increasing flexibility and functional mobility for anyone and any sport.  You may even wonder where you can go to get stretched and if there are any “fascial stretch therapist(s) near me?” who can address specific limitations you’re having and can help provide relief for body issues such as: tightness and pain in hips and legs (glutes, calves, quads, hamstrings), pain and tightness in back (lumbar, sciatic, thoracic, ribs) and cervical (neck) regions, and also pain and tightness in arms, shoulders and hands.

Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) is THE standard for fascial stretching that can aid in body alignment (fascial remodeling - your posture!) and neuro-repatterning / neuro-myo-fascial (how your nervous system communicates with itself and muscles), and overall self awareness, proprioception and personal and athletic performance - whether to gain the competitive edge or you are a weekend warrior, FST can help alleviate the of pain and discomfort associated with our activities of daily living and sport. It is NOT a treatment nor a cure for any major body illnesses, medical conditions or ailments. Full disclosure of any injury or condition is important so your therapist can adjust modify or refer out until you are medically cleared for FST.  FST therapists are trained by the Stretch to Win Institute and uphold the highest standards for training, application, care and for your well-being and will refer out to the appropriate healthcare professional (MD, Physical Therapist, etc.) should you present with anything that is contra-indicated for FST to make sure you receive what is best for your body, pain management, flexibility, performance and functional needs.  FST therapists really are the stretch pros and hold the highest standards and education.