Emily can help you with:
Back Pain - Yamuna Body Rolling routines stretch and elongate the spine making you feel taller, longer and leaner. Active Isolated GENTLE stretching is a nurturing way to stretch the back because it allows the muscles to length gradually.
Sciatica - Sciatica is caused by tight glute (butt) muscles and tightness that can be released both through Yamuna Body Rolling and Active Isolated Stretching.
Arthritis - Yamuna Body Rolling can help reduce painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. Active Isolated Stretching increases finger flexibility with the application of various stretches and is effective for CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME.
Shoulder/Neck Pain - Emily uses a combination of Yamuna Body Rolling routines stimulating bone and tissue in the shoulder joint creating flexibility and space in the chest and shoulder area coupled with Active Isolated Stretching that works the muscles in your shoulder and neck, creating more circulation and blood flow in your shoulder and neck.
Knee Pain - A series of stretches is meant as an overall protocol for healthy knees. Some of the stretches access muscles that surround the hip as well.
Problems with your feet including PLANTAR FASCIITIS, BUNIONS AND MORTONS NUROMA: There are several exercises that help to “wake up” different parts of the feet creating balance, strength, flexibility and movement from the heel to the ball of the foot and toes. The feet are on the most important part of our body and when you take care of your feet you take care of your entire body.
Body Rolling and Active Isolated Stretching will improve your body alignment, range of motion, flexibility, organ function, restrictions from old injuries, balance and core strength.
Both modalities are effective for all ages and have a host of applications.
Maintaining your Body Before/After Pregnancy: Body Rolling promotes healthy hip function which is necessary for a healthy baby and body. A total hip protocol with Active Isolated Stretching opens the different muscles and tissues in the hip joint and allows you to have more mobile hip function.
Improve Posture: Having good posture is as important as eating right, exercising, and getting a good night's sleep. When you have good posture you have healthy organ function and you are less prone to having spinal issues. Having good posture allows you to live with more energy, less stress and fatigue. If you don’t have good posture, you can't really be physically fit.