Bodywork options:  Aquastretch, Watsu, Ai Chi, Bad Regaz Ring Method

AquaStretch™

Before and After Aquastretch

AquaStretch™ is a unique form of manual therapy performed in warm water.  It is a clinically proven, ground-breaking technique that restores mobility, decreases pain, increases exercise training efficiency, improves sports performance and improves general well being.  

AquaStretch™ is a hands-on, holistic, myofascial release technique that uses buoyancy, weighted resistance, and prescribed methodology to produce outstanding results from athletic performance to rehabilitation. It is a holistic, myofascial release technique performed in warm water. Three dimensional movement, use of weighted resistance, intuitive movement, and the unique AquaStretch™ Procedures and Technique, make AquaStretch™ an unparalleled modality to improve movement and reduce pain. http://www.aquastretchcanada.com/

*First 20 min aquatic bodywork session is free

Watsu

Watsu is one of the three principle modalities of Aquatic Therapy. It promotes a deep state of relaxation. Quieting the sympathetic and enhancing the parasympathetic nervous systems, Watsu has profound effects on the neuromuscular system.
It helps with conditions in which stress is involved. It reduces chronic pain and the discomfort of pregnancy. It helps children with special needs, recovering athletes and many others. Watsu's containment, treating the body as a whole, reduces the resistance accompanying focusing on injuries.
http://aqua4balance.com/aquatic-therapy-techniques/watsu-massage.html

The Bad Ragaz Ring Method (BRRM)


The Bad Ragaz Ring Method (BRRM) is a type of aquatic therapy used for physical rehabilitation based on proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF). BRRM is a water-based technique in which therapist-assisted strengthening and mobilizing exercises are performed while the patient lies horizontally in the water, with support provided by rings or floats around the neck, arms, pelvis, and legs.

Ai Chi

Ai Chi uses breathing techniques and progressive resistance training in water to relax and strengthen the body, based on elements of qigong and Tai chi chuan
http://ruthsova.com/ai-chi-list.html

First 20 min aquatic bodywork free.
15 min for $20
30 min for $40
45 min for $60
60 min for. $80