One of the key components of smooth, efficient movement is to have healthy joint function. A joint is a space for motion where two bones segments meet. Maximizing the potential of that space is key. It's the key to movement freedom.
If your joints can express their maximum capacity to move you will unleash movement potential that you didn't know was possible. You will automatically move and perform on a higher level. Joints that are mobile and strong mitigate stiffness, pain and injuries and promote articular longevity.
We believe this to be a foundational building block for fluid, efficient, painfree movement. Every movement has joint prerequisites. We break it down and you put it all together with movement. The better your joints function separately the better the function together.
Remote Mobility Sessions coming soon.
Our mobility club program is 12 weeks,
3 weeks on, 1 week off for 3 blocks
Assess and build your joint workspace. Expand individual joint motion.
building joint integrity and closing the gap between your passive and active range of motion
Weeks 9 -12
progressive overload and challenge joint mobility to solidify work
Structural Integration (a.k.a. ”The ten series”) is a system of ten sessions of bodywork used to align and balance the physical body within it’s gravitational field. It is a process of freeing and reorganizing the FASCIA, the connective tissue matrix. It surrounds and supports every muscles, bone and organ in your body and connects them in continuous web-like layers.
Is your shoulder, hip, back, elbow, calf, etc. bothering you? Do you have plantarfascitis, elbow tendonitis, shoulder or hip impingement, etc.? Soft tissue therapy is a local approach to remodel soft tissue structures in specific areas of the body. It’s followed by mobilizations and movement for neural reeducation. Movement homework is given for the same reason, to capture, stabilize and solidify the results of the manual work. You can also approach your specific needs globally by addressing head to toe and skin to bone with Structural Integration.
a continuum of soft, collagen-containing, loose and dense fibrous connective tissue that permeates the body and enables ALL body systems to operate in an integrated manner.
-Lenny Parracino, Mentor & Soft Tissue Therapist to the Clippers
Have you ever wondered how we stay upright against gravity?
What is the difference between flexibility and mobility?
Why? So your brain knows where your feet are