Formerly: Therapeutic Bodywork & Sports Massage: Roanoke's Myofascial Specialist
Create Space for Movement!
Therapeutic Myofascial Massage and Myoskeletal Alignment Bodywork designed to balance your posture, improve your alignment, and reduce strain patterns.
Reduce Injury with Stability!
Corrective Exercise for Stability and Strength Endurance designed to help stabilize your posture, reset your proprioception and reduce the risk of injury.
Speed recovery and reduce the chance of injury with sports massage and stability training designed to improve movement efficiency. Improve elasticity and proprioception, while reducing adhesions and misalignments.
Balance Flexion-based posture patterns that accompany rounded shoulders, forward heads, back pain, tight hips, cranky knees, and achy feet such as Upper Cross, Lower Cross and Pronation Syndromes and more!
Movement is the Fountain of Youth!
Regain the Mobility, Strength and Confidence to keep doing the things you love!
Abbie is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Personal Trainer and Yoga Instructor. She specializes in Spacial Therapies that bring balance to the structural tengrisity system of the body: The Fascia Web! She uses structural bodyreading to read strain patterns, Myofascial Unwinding to balance strain patterns, and Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques to reset the nervous system. Trigger points disappear without the need for traditional "pokey" deep tissue work. Sessions can be rounded out with Stability Training and Corrective Exercises.
Abbie found her passion for bodywork studying Clinical and Orthopedic Massage in Seattle WA at the NW Academy of the healing Arts. Her understanding of fascia lines and structural balance came from the Seattle Center of Structural Medicine in Seattle. She continues to geek out over kinesiology, biomechanics, physiology and bodywork. She is currently doing ongoing training under Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains: Structural Integration, Eric Dalton of the Freedom from Pain Institute and other notable bodyworkers. She sharpens her studies of movement through kayaking, climbing and hiking, as well as a personal movement and stability practice.