We have all the services you need to stay active
The 60 minute session will start off with about 10 minutes of consultation, followed by about 10 minutes of range of motion testing. Next, you will get about 30 minutes of one-on-one work with a Stretch Coach that will incorporate Assisted Stretching. Lastly, to end the session, you will be provided a personalized recommendation plan on how Stretch’s services can help you reach your goals.
If you have any pain, tightness, stiffness or mobility issues then this is the service for you. Come get stretched, one-on-one, by a therapist trained specifically in the art of assisted stretching.
Soft Tissue Therapy
Pain is often the result of fascia or scar tissue build up. Come in to get worked on, one-on-one with a soft tissue specialist, who can offer traditional manual techniques, as well as percussion therapy with the Hypervolt Massage Gun.
Looking for a very holistic recovery session? If so, Combo Therapy is the answer. Start off with Soft Tissue Therapy to soften the muscles, before going into a practitioner-assisted stretch. Soft tissue work prior to stretching allows the muscles to lengthen further and leads to an ever more beneficial stretch.
Dealing with sore legs? Hop in our NormaTec compression boots. Compression Therapy increases circulation to move fluid throughout the body. Moreover, this technology helps improve acute range of motion and accelerates muscle recovery by performing systematic, pulsing patterns.
Small Group Recovery Class
Our small group trainings currently hold a maximum of five people at a time. There are always at least two trainers running the session. This is a great way to rejuvenate the body, as you will get a range of various recovery services during this hour session. The class will include practitioner-assisted stretching, soft tissue therapy, compression therapy, recovery spinning and directed self-myofascial work.
Cupping is a therapy that involves placing suction cups on the skin. The vacuum effect created by the cups helps relieve muscle tension, reduce inflammation, increase blood flow, and reduce pain.
Deep Tissue Ice Therapy
Deep Tissue Ice Therapy is essentially a combination of massage and icing. Your coach will begin your session by using traditional massage techniques to bring circulation. Once the muscles in that region are softened and warm your coach will begin using a cylindrical ice block to dig into the muscle in a similar fashion they would with their hands. Deep Tissue Ice Therapy is a critical component of the R.I.C.E. technique, which stands for Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. This is a therapy which can be particularly helpful in helping acute strains, contusions, or overuse injuries. The session will then end by removing the ice and finishing out with some more traditional massage methods that do not include ice.
Inversion Therapy is used to helped decompress the spine to help reduce chronic back pain. Inversion Therapy works by strapping down into an inversion table and hanging upside down for a small period of time to try to lengthen the spine and increase the amount of space in between vertebrae.