When pain is present and performance is compromised, we're in your corner every step of the way. 

Clients often come to me because pain has limited their movement, or caused them to stop their activity all together. I understand that every approach must be tailored to the individual, their sport, and their level of pain at the present moment. My goal is to identify the areas of the body that is contributing to pain, by addressing underlying imbalances and restricted holding patterns; using innovative soft tissue release techniques, with body conditioning and movement education.

Integrative bodywork

Various modalities and tools are used during each session to meet your specific needs. This includes deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point, facilitated stretching, myofascial decompression (cupping), IASTM tools, and kinesiology taping.

Body Conditioning

Our daily activities can have an impact on the strength, balance and function of our muscles. This can affect our sport performance and physical well-being. Movement education and body conditioning not only supplements the work achieved from a bodywork session, but it can prevent future injuries from occurring as well. 

Myofascial Decompression (MFD)

Myofascial Decompression also known as Cupping, is a soft tissue therapy that encourages healing by creating a negative pressure or suction on the skin using plastic or silicone cups that pull up underlying tissues, blood, and other fluids close to the surface of the skin. This improves tissue health and improves mobility.

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) is a manual therapy treatment technique that utilizes specially designed stainless steel instruments to assist in detecting and treating areas with scar tissue, soft tissue restriction, adhesions or chronic inflammation.

Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology taping (or kinesio taping) is the application of a thin, stretchy, cotton-based therapeutic tape that can benefit a wide variety of injuries and inflammatory conditions. Kinesiology taping provides a negative pressure under the tape, which:

  • relieves pressure on pain receptors directly under the skin, allowing for both immediate and lasting relief. 
  • allows the lymphatic drainage channels to drain swelling and other inflammatory cells away from the injured area quickly.
  • supports weak or painful structures, allowing injured athletes to return to sport quicker than without kinesiology tape's unique dynamic support.