No. There are enough mats and rollers to accommodate a full class of 13 participants.
Please email Corey in advance to discuss the type and severity of your current injury.
Possibly. There is generally discomfort when trigger points and sore muscles are treated. Always listen to your body and know your limits. In the end, always do what feels right for you.
Wear loose fitting clothes that you can comfortably move in. Think yoga or pilates attire.
No, however you do have to pay for the class in advance. Refunds are given if you withdraw from the class with at least five (5) days notice.
Yes. Please email Corey for more information.
It is important for everyone to be armed with knowledge that can help prevent injury and maximize healing. This class teaches you what you need to know about treating injuries and identifying patterns.
A muscle assessment is a full body work-up of your muscular system, movement, and posture.
The best option is whatever makes you most comfortable. Typically, this would be a t-shirt and shorts, or loose fitting pants and t-shirt.
Yes. The assessment itself is a form of body work.
An assessment is $160.00, which includes 1.5 hrs. of appointment time and a full emailed report with results.
It is not uncommon to be a little sore following a session. The best way to manage the soreness is to hydrate and remain active.
Absolutely. In addition to creating a treatment plan, the sports massage session will be intensely targeted to your specific injury and associated pain patterns.
Scar tissue is believed to be at the root of a majority of physical imbalances. Addressing scar tissue early in its development can help minimize any secondary scar tissue problems. Treatment can also result in reduced stiffness and greater mobility in the affected area.
There are many kinds of minor and major trauma that our body can experience. An example of minor trauma is a slight sprain of an ankle. A common significant soft tissue trauma is severe whiplash resulting from a motor vehicle accident. Whether you are suffering from minor or major trauma, it is important to receive immediate treatment to avoid a chronic condition.
It is possible to experience some general soreness and fatigue post massage. The soreness will generally subside within 48 hours following your session.
That is based upon personal preference. The massage can be adjusted to fit your comfort level.
Yes. The health benefits of massage are far reaching. This is a perfect treatment to use as preventive medicine.