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Stretch

We are similar to Stretch Zone, due to fact that we offer AIS (Active Isolated Stretching). However, our staff are all fully licensed massage therapists and certified pilates instructors. We also offer different stretching techniques like passive stretching, dynamic stretching, static stretching, and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). PNF is a more advanced form of flexibility training, which involves both the stretching and contracting of the muscle group being targeted. PNF stretching is one of the most effective forms of stretching for improving flexibility and increasing range of motion.

Our stretch sessions can benefit you if you play any sports, are active in any fitness routine, or are just feeling tight and sore from living your day to day life. We work with professional golfers, baseball players, ballerinas, tennis players, and fitness enthusiasts. No matter your age or lifestyle, stretching will benefit your flexibility and range of motion, assisting in a pain free life.

Types of stretches we offer for specific body movements:

Make stretching part of your lifestyle!

Pilates Stretching

A Pilates Stretch is a stretching routine that is unique for every client, as every person’s body has different needs. Working with one of our certified pilates instructors and using our pilates equipment, a Pilates Stretch is a mix of dynamic, static, passive and Active Isolated stretching (AIS). You’ll find that a Pilates stretch session is perfect for releasing tension and muscle stiffness, increasing circulation, and allowing your joints the movement they desperately need to continue feeling great and working favorably.

Golf Stretch

A Golf Stretch session stretches the major muscle groups of your upper back, chest, and glutes; focusing on stretching the muscles designed to promote flexibility, rotation, and strength. A Golf Stretch will alleviate back problems, increase blood flow and circulation, and help take a few swings off your golf game.

Tennis Stretch

A Tennis Stretch session stretches the major muscle groups in your upper body, quads, and hamstrings; focusing on maximizing performance for tennis players while minimizes injuries. Designed to improve posture, a Tennis Stretch will reduce back pain and help diminish muscle imbalances by increasing blood flow and circulation to overworked muscles.

Baseball Stretch

A Baseball Stretch session stretches the major muscle groups in your legs, your low back, and your core. By establishing a consistent stretching routine, baseball players can develop dynamic flexibility, helping to maintain healthy muscles and connective tissue, as well as reducing the risk of injury.

PNF

Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) is a stretching technique that can improve your range of motion and strength. It it a used by athletes and fitness enthusiasts alike to increase performance.

AIS

The Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) technique is the practice of holding each stretch for only two seconds. This style of stretching is also known to work with the body’s natural design to boost circulation and increase the elasticity of muscle joints and fascia.

Dynamic Stretch

Dynamic stretches are active muscle movements where joints and muscles go through a full range of motion. They also help warm up your body before exercising. Dynamic stretches are functional and sport-specific that help increase muscle temperature and decrease muscle stiffness.

Active or Static Stretch

Active stretching is a process of improving flexibility. It’s the process of actively contracting one muscle as a way to stretch an opposing muscle. Active stretching is also often referred to as static active stretching — which means nonmoving — because the end position of the stretch is held for a set amount of time. It’s also a type of stretching that you do yourself, we can teach you how.

Passive Stretching

Passive stretching is a technique in which you are relaxed and make no contribution to the range of motion. Instead, an person creates force to help you stretch. This stretch is best after a workout or when you feel muscle tightness.
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Benefits of Stretch:

    • Improve posture
    • Eliminate muscle imbalance
    • Reduce lactic acid build up
    • Decompress the spine
    • Increase range of motion
    • Alleviate chronic pain
    • Improve balance
    • Help eliminate sciatica
    • Relieve back, neck, shoulder, hip, and knee pain
    • Reduce risk of injury
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Stretch Rates:

Per Session Rates

  • 15 min stretch session $30
  • 30 min stretch session $50

Package of 10

  • 15 min sessions $250
  • 30 min sessions $420

Hypervolt

The Hypervolt by Hyperice is a new percussion therapy tool that top athletes and fitness fans alike use regularly. Percussion therapy accelerates and enhances the repair of muscle fiber by providing rapid bursts of pressure in concentrated, short-duration pulses deep into the tissues of the body. This increases the flow of blood to different critical areas, allowing for pain relief and subsequently improving function and range of motion.

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Hypervolt Rates:

  • 15 minutes – $30
  • 30 minutes – $50