Athletic Training - Holistic Conditioning
One size does not fit all when it comes to exercise. Exercise should be designed to match the individual seeking training and conditioning. Each individual has a unique set of circumstances such as body size and shape, genetics, past experience, chronic conditions, injuries and even gender. Younger athletes need less time to recover or reach optimal conditioning than older athletes. Men need less conditioning than women.
CranioSacral Therapy - Neurological Challenges
Craniosacral therapists treat mental stress, neck and back pain, migraines, TMJ Syndrome and even chronic pain conditions through specialized gentle hand techniques. A trained therapist understands massage techniques that enhance the movement of fluid through the spinal cord and knows optimized through therapy which reduces pain in the skull and spine. Nerve passages tend to be eased through Craniosacral therapy as well as misaligned bones restored to their proper position.
Stress Management - Neuromuscular Therapy - Deep Tissue Massage
Up and down the body, we have trigger points. These trigger points have a core which is made up of muscle, oxygen, and nutrients. If the muscle in the trigger point is lacking in any combination of oxygen and nutrients, it is in trouble. Calcium has a difficult time being pumped outside of the cell and the affected muscle remains knotted. By using holistic neuromuscular and deep tissue massage techniques in the proper places, these muscles are stimulated and relaxed giving greater body motion, pain relief and stress reduction. Neuromuscular massage may help in the following factors to maintain and enhance trigger point activity:
- Hormonal Imbalances
- Low Oxygenation of Tissues
- Nutritional Deficiency - Especially Vitamin C - B-Complex and Iron
Nutritional Counseling - All Ages Stretching Programs - Boise Holistic
For young and old, stretching is important for a healthy and happy life. For older folks, regular stretching can keep the muscles lengthened which increases the range of movement, making it easier to accomplish the simple tasks of life such as tying a shoe or playing with the grandchildren. For younger people, it can prevent stiffness and keep the body conditioned for difficult tasks that accompany sports or work.
Here are just a few of the benefits you can expect from a regular stretching program:
- Reduced muscle tension
- Increased range of movement in the joints
- Enhanced muscular coordination
- Increased circulation of the blood to various parts of the body
- Increased energy levels (resulting from increased circulation)
Knowing what types of food to eat and in what proportions will help you maintain healthy weight and provide you stamina and vitality. Proper and high quality supplementation will balance your body's nutritional needs, reduce your food cravings, and protect you against disease.
- Athletic Training
- Headache Relief
- Hot Stone Massage
- Corporate Massage
- Nutritional Counseling
- CranioSacral Therapy
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Neuromuscular Therapy
- Neurological Challenges
- Stress Management Therapy
- Post Operative Rehabilitation
- Stretching Programs All Ages