Utilizing an integrative and corrective approach to fitness, we are able to bring balance back to the body, improve mobility and develop strength that allows the body to work, perform and feel better.
Lengthening and inhibiting the over-used (short) muscle groups while strengthening the under-used (long) muscle groups, brings balance to the body so that it can work together as a more “functional family” and become a solid base off of which to build.
Improving muscle balance and movement promotes durability of the bones, joints, tendons, ligaments etc. so we are able to withstand greater loads and forces, with less risk.
With the foundation of improved mechanics, stabilization and strength, clients progress with confidence to more advanced and sport-specific phases of training: strength, speed, stamina, agility and power.
Who will benefit?
Anyone looking to get fit. Anyone looking to improve one’s athletic performance. Anyone in the prevention of or in response to injury/reinjury. Specializations that might be of interest: Jessica has extensive experience training clients with several types of over-use injuries: whether it be low-back, knee injuries (ACL, MCL, meniscus) hip pain and injury, hamstring pulls, groin pulls, shin splints, ankle pain, neck and shoulder (desk-bound posture), wrist over-use injuries and pain.