Get Out of Pain
Chronic pain or limited movement from old injuries can be frustrating, but you might not know that chronic pain is NOT because tissues are damaged. Instead, pain is actually your brain’s way of getting your attention to take action.
We take a step back and look not just at the site of pain, but at you as a whole. We work to uncover why your brain is asking you to take action. Once we understand this, we can choose appropriate drills to begin eliminating your pain and putting you on the path to wellness.
One-on One Training
The way we approach one-on-one training is unlike other studios. We focus on more than just your muscles.
Step 1: Your in-depth, individual evaluation
First, we’ll find out how you’re put together. We’ll evaluate your movement as well as systems, like vision and balance, that control your movement. We’ll also talk with you to learn about illnesses, injuries, or stressful events that might have left lasting imprints in your body—even if they’re subconscious.
Step 2: Your individual sessions
We’ll utilize all of your individual information to tailor workouts toward your specific goals during one-on-one sessions. You choose how often we meet, from 2 - 4 times/per week. And we’ll show you simple drills to do on your own so you’ll progress more quickly.
Step 3: Re-evaluate, Revise, Results
We’ll closely monitor your progress and adjust as needed to keep you moving forward. As long as you commit to regular practice, you’ll be excited to see results.
Our group training is actually a mix of one-on-one time with a trainer AND time training together with your group. If you’re budget conscious, or just like the extra motivation of working out with others, this is a great balance of individual and group exercise.
As the first step, you’ll have a solo session to evaluate your movement as well as systems that affect your movement, like your vision and balance. We’ll also chat with you to get a detailed physical history. Then we’ll create some simple drills for you to work on at home and during your group sessions.
Those group sessions will be fun, collective workouts with your trainer and up to four other people. You’ll do the group workouts as often as you decide—2, 3 or 4 times per week.
To keep your individual progress on track, we’ll do one-on-one assessments with you every so often, too. That will help you achieve more efficient results.