It’s an understatement to say that the past three months have been stressful. Even if you’re healthy and financially stable, this has been a challenging time for our emotional and physical wellbeing. No wonder chronic aches and pains are coming to a head for many of us. If you’ve been working from home, spending extended periods of time seated in front of the computer or hunched over a makeshift workspace back, hip, and neck pain are common—and uncomfortable. As resilient as the human body can be, stress and postural misalignment can make daily life harder than it has to be.
Even if you’re not ready for a full course of physical therapy to address an injury or mobility issue, a postural tune-up can be the perfect place to begin. In just one visit, I’ll assess your postural alignment and set you up with simple exercises you can do on your own at home to address the core issue. Follow up with one of my bi-weekly Zoom classes to strengthen your core and downregulate your nervous system and you’ll be on your way to a pain-free lifestyle.
Start with a 30 min Discovery Session
Discovery Sessions are the best place to begin if you’re ready to reduce pain and increase strength but are unsure where to begin. Regardless of your physical fitness level, I’ll put together a customized plan to address your postural alignment issues. Call 541-535-7019 to inquire about availability.
Online Zoom classes are held every Wednesday and Friday morning with more being added as needed while in-person classes are on hold for the time being. Bodywork and coaching sessions are offered by appointment in-person in the studio. We’re following extensive protocols for maintaining a safe environment so you can be sure your health and safety are our top priority.
You don’t have to live with chronic pain. If you’re ready to move with freedom, we’re here to provide you with the resources you need to do the things you love! Call the office to schedule an appointment. Visit https://themovementstudio.net/ to learn how we can work together to address what’s really causing the problem. Sign up to receive our email newsletter and be the first to learn about new virtual classes as they are offered.