Movement & Your BodyYoga stretch therapy is tailored for you and your needs.
You may need to work gently on a specific part of your body or you may looking for a stronger deeper stretch. Yoga stretch therapy is a unique combination of stretching yin yoga and massage tailored for you and what your body needs.
The stretch massage therapy will open up every part of yourself, increase your flexibility & lengthen your muscles. This unique combination offered of yoga stretching whilst being massaged at the same time is mix of either on the therapy table, or floor work, where you are put into positions to stretch the body whilst being massaged in the area being stretched at the same time. This system of stretching and massaging will really allow the muscles to be relieved from any tightness, stiffness and soreness, yet at the same time allow the body to maximize its full potential as holding the stretch with the deep massage will increase your flexibility.
There is some one on one partner work together with each other to open the body up. This can be discussed if you prefer to work independently with just the stretch and massage. The guided moves will put your body into specific positions , with some pressure applied and guided movement which will be instructed will encourage the body and specific muscles to open lengthen and will alleviate deep tension and free yourself from muscle aches and pains.
The Stretch massage will also release toxins stored in body and will energize and invigorate the body and dramatically increase your flexibility. This unique system is completely tailored to your specific needs. and this system can be a gentle process or it can be a strong approach (if needed).
This Deep yoga Stretching with Massage comes from many years as a yoga practitioner, yoga masseur and teacher. Everyone needs to book themselves in for a session, but be mindful, each session will give you an experience you will crave to practice more and more.
Stretching is important
Whether you’re doing yoga, gym pilates or reaching for something in your cupboard, you want your body to work the way it should. The goal of stretching is to help you move freely and with ease, without pain or discomfort.
There are 700 muscles in our bodies that are continuously working to move our bodies. Muscles take different sizes and shapes and arrange around joints in complex ways. Even simple movements can engage up to nineteen different muscles! Stretching is often neglected despite being a central and important part of life and health. Due to lack of experience, knowledge, time or motivation, many people skip the stretch.
Together we can create a personalised stretch routine just for you.
to be physically flexible, you need to be mentally flexible first!
What Will Happen In The Therapy?
How does assisted stretching differ from regular stretching?
With regular stretching, you do the work yourself. Some people find it hard to know the proper way to stretch and which muscles to focus on for optimum positive impact. Without having the accountability of a regular stretch routine, many people will stretch minimally or not at all.
With assisted stretching, the work is done for you. Working one-on-one with an experienced stretch therapist who has knowledge of anatomy, physiology and stretching techniques, and yoga, will take you through a thorough routine of stretching personalised for your particular needs. During some stretches, you will be encouraged to completely relax your limbs to get the most out of the stretch. For other stretches you may be asked to engage and work the muscles. If you’re not good at stretching on your own, stretch therapy sessions can help keep you accountable to improving your body through stretching.
The treatment is personalized for each particular client and can be focused on particular parts of the body depending on the client’s needs and goals.
- Some of the benefits of Stretch Therapy include:
- Easing pain associated with tightness and tension
- Improving range of motion, flexibility, mobility and strength
- Improving posture, physical appearance and self esteem
- Counteract the effects of aging
- Increasing overall fitness and athletic performance
- Reducing the risk of injury
- Encouraging relaxation and relieving stress
- Increasing circulation and blood flow to the muscles, surrounding tissues and joints