After a long day at work, give your muscles the relief they deserve.
The daily rut, grind and stress of our lives often translates into muscle stiffness, fatigue and wear and tear which leaves your muscles feeling sore and tired. Combat the stress of your daily rut with Assisted Stretching.
Assisted Stretching is a highly effective recovery technique where experts help your key muscles stretch. Each stretch is enabled with the help and external support and force of the expert and hence the technique is known as Assisted Stretching. A phenomenon popular in athletic training, has now found relevance and acceptance in regular lives. It stimulates and prepares the muscle fibres for better utilization during your workouts via reducing muscle tension and increasing movement in that particular area. It results in reduced risk of injuries and better performance during your training as well as shorter recovery time after.
Work with our stretch therapists if you experience symptoms such as muscle tightness and restricted mobility that might impact your training progress or even your day-to-day activities.
Stretching encourages range of motion which then further translates into flexibility, thus enabling a sense of relaxation.
Increased blood flow to tissues, optimum delivery of oxygen to them ultimately leads to reduced soreness of muscles.
A perfect stretching session encourages proper alignment in the body and supports good posture.
You feel that aha! Moment when the tension stored in your muscles find the right release through a perfect stretch. Alleviates tension by gradually opening up and relaxing the muscles on a cellular level.
A tested technique to combat pain caused due to injuries. Stretching counteracts on pain causing stiffness and inaction of muscles.
A ‘two second’ rule assisted-stretching, active isolated stretching is a gentle form of assisted stretching that holds a stretch for not any longer than two seconds and then goes in for a repetition of the same stretch. In this therapy the antagonist muscle is contracted to provide the targeted muscle relaxation. The two second rule is applied to avoid the targeted muscle to go into a ‘fight or flight mode’ and thus avoid it from contracting. The idea is to give it just the right time to relax.
A style and variant of active isolated stretching that feature easy-to-learn stretching sequences which do the task of improving range of motion, flexibility and strength of your muscles. It is supported by a data driven software system that tracks and visually represents the weak or imbalanced muscles, indicating high injury risk areas.
A therapy founded and constructed on four key principles. A traction based system that first works on opening the joints and then moves into stretch. The stretching is always carried out from the core out. It uses gentle, smooth and rhythmic movements to achieve the best results and believes that none of the individuals neither the therapist nor the client should experience any kind of pain.book your session now