Personal TrainingAre you too busy? Is the workout you planned always the first thing to go? Are you appointment-driven? So many of our clients have told us that personal training is exactly what they needed to stay motivated and consistent. Whether you're new to fitness or rehabilitating an injury, a new mom wanting to return to pre-baby fitness level or a busy professional with barely enough time to work out, we are dedicated to helping you reach your fitness and wellness goals. To get started, find a trainer that’s right for you. This usually requires two things: personality fit and availability. (We’ve taken care of making sure they’re well qualified.) Then, schedule your initial consultation with one of our trainers. Together, you’ll discuss your goals, review your health history and conduct a fitness assessment. Then, we’ll work with you to develop a personalized fitness and wellness program based on your goals and interests.
Small Group Classes
Physical TherapyPhysical therapy is the art and science of restoring function and maximizing performance. Our style of physical therapy uses manual therapy, exercise, education, movement analysis, ergonomics and Pilates to help you uncover the source of your injury. We want you to leave us feeling great, and with the necessary tools to prevent further injury. We offer a boutique-like atmosphere that focuses on one-on-one care, longer treatment sessions and the guarantee that our focus is you.
PilatesPilates was created by Joseph H. Pilates to rehabilitate soldiers injured during World War I. Over a period of 25 years, he developed a body conditioning system, which has become known as the Pilates Method. It involves over 500 movements designed to easily strengthen and stretch muscles using the body's own gravity. Pilates may include matwork, props and use of specialized Pilates equipment. The exercises are gentle, the repetitions are low, and the benefits are great.
YogaThe practice of Yoga, which means union or harmony, is a philosophical system as well as a physical and mental discipline. It teaches us that a healthy person is a harmoniously integrated unit of body, mind and spirit. The benefits include increased flexibility, strength and muscle tone. Yet, for many, the physical benefits are considered merely 'side effects' of the classic eight-limb practice. What keeps them coming back is the mental calmness and clarity, stress relief and body awareness that follows a regular yoga practice.
BodyworkAt Flow Studios, we offer corrective bodywork where the focus is on creating muscle balance and tissue health - relieving and correcting the underlying problems associated with most chronic pain.
Joint Mobilization and ManipulationPromotes improved joint mobility and range of motion using a variety of treatment philosophies including: McKenzie, Mulligan, Muscle Energy, and Maitland.
Soft Tissue MobilizationMobilization/Massage of the skin, muscle, nerve, and fascial layers to break down scar tissue and adhesions.
Myofascial ReleaseDeep palpation using a small surface area to promote fascial stretch and muscle relaxation. If a muscle is in spasm, it can lead to imbalances such as leg length discrepancies or rotation/obliquities in the pelvis.
Trigger Point ReleaseDeep palpation to promote muscle relaxation in an area of hyper-irritability and contracture.
Dynamic Muscular ReleaseDeep palpation to the origin (attachment site) of a muscle as the patient contracts to engage in the muscle's intended action. This promotes improved muscle function and can eliminate musculoskeletal imbalances.
NeuromobilizationAlso known as "Flossing" or "Gliding," this technique helps decrease inflammation in nerves, breaks up adhesions around nerves that result from inflammation, and can eliminate the sensation of "pins and needles" or numbness and tingling.