Introduction to Stretch Therapy

Introduction to Stretch Therapy 2 Day Workshop

Learn to become pain free through purposeful, effective, and safe stretching techniques. Restore function and mobility into the body while stretching. This method is about creating awareness, and THEN flexibility!


This course has been approved for 12 CEUs through NCBTMB


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Introduction to Stretch TherapyTM is designed to introduce students to the grace and ease that exists in the body, once you become aware of what your body is feeling. This workshop is for anyone new to Stretch Therapy, and is suitable for every body. Previous experience is not required.

In this workshop, students will learn how to:

  • Free up tight joints and move fluidly again
  • Reduce pain in the body
  • Let tension go completely from your body
  • Learn to relax into deep stretches
  • Address a variety of common constraints on the body
  • Low back pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Hip pain or discomfort
  • Knee pain

The Benefits of these stretches include and are not limited to:

  • Feeling better in the body with less aches and pains
  • Reduce/Eliminate tight muscles and joints
  • Reduce inflammation in the body
  • Improve freedom of movement – flexibility
  • Increase circulation
  • Improve and restore healthy postural alignment

Everything in the body will experience a stretch – the muscles, the nerves, and the fascia. The result of this type of stretching is unimaginable until you actually experience it in your own body. Students will first learn individual stretches and will then be introduced to various partner stretches.

This method will allow the student to experience the sensations of freeing themselves of pain in the body, which can then be carried to their clients. The most common cause of pain and tension is too much sitting, and not enough of the right movement. Learn the right movements to reduce and/or eliminate the pain for a longer and healthier life. Every student will become an expert of their own bodies first, and will then be able to share that with clients and those around them. When we learn to listen to our bodies, we can determine the best course of action for which stretches will be the most beneficial.