Tissue preparation before, during, and after activity/competition that lengthens myofascial tissue and muscle and increases circulation and metabolic recovery.
Myofascial Integration Technique
MIT is deep tissue work designed to restructure your muscles and soft tissue by creating space in the body. This allows for freedom in your range of motion and promotes the relief of many chronic painful conditions. As an active participant, you will be educated on the importance of strengthening exercises, flexibility, and movement intended to support higher-level performance.
Myofascial Integration Structural Technique
MIST is simply advanced MIT work which results in a 10-session protocol that's both therapeutic and educational, allowing you to fully understand your body and actively improve your body's function. Ultimately these sessions improve breathing capacity, posture, movement, flexibility, body awareness, and promote overall wellness.
Active Isolated Stretching
AIS is an active-assisted stretch technique that increases tissue-joint movement and improves physiological function. AIS is great for increasing range of motion in joints, creating more fluid movement and unbinding tight muscles.
Your First Visit
WHERE TO GO
We're located at 211 Sherway Road, Suite B, Knoxville, TN 37922 next door to Revolution Dance Studio. There's plenty of parking available in front of our building.
WHAT TO EXPECT
A first visit anywhere can be a little uncomfortable so it's our goal to make you as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
For your first, please bring a pair of athletic shorts. If you don't happen to have a pair then don't worry, we will provide you with some! We ask that ladies wear a sports top or sports bra as well.
A typical MIT or sports massage session can be scheduled for 30 minutes or 60 minutes in a semi-private therapy room with one of our professional staff. If you get hot or cold, experience any unusual pain, or simply need anything at all then don't hesitate to let us know!
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
After your first session you'll most likely feel a couple of things: increased mobility, less tension, and decreased pain. Hydration and mobilization will help minimize any post-treatment soreness. Some soreness is to be expected as we've stretched and moved some muscles that have likely been either overworked or underworked for extended periods of time.
After your first appointment we will be able to give you a treatment protocol and schedule any recommended follow-up appointments.