Structural Bodywork & Sports Performance

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Structural Bodywork is a type of therapy that focuses on the connective tissue, or fascia, of the body. Fascia surrounds muscles, groups of muscles, blood vessels, organs, and nerves, binding some structures together while permitting others to slide smoothly over each other.

Fascia is designed to be elastic and move freely with muscles and bones.Β  Injury, stress, work-related repetitive movements and the effects of aging can cause fascia to lose its elasticity and become shorter, tighter, and more dense. Tightened fascia pulls our muscles and skeleton out of proper alignment and posture, which can cause pain, discomfort, and fatigue.

Structural Bodywork purpose is to lengthen, stretch, and soften this tissue to restore postural balance, ease of movement, and a feeling of being more at home in your own body.

XPE-CORE “Sports” has been used for international Olympic athletes, professional athletes, college teams, and performance specialists in dance and theater. Which is shown to improve the recuperation time and performance levels of elite athletes during their intensive training and competition periods.

To learn more about this bodywork or to schedule a session contact us at 813-695-2338 / Chris@ImpactWellness.com πŸ‹πŸŠπŸ‡πŸ„β›·β›ΉπŸŒπŸŽΎπŸˆπŸβš½πŸŽ³β›Έ

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