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Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST)

Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) is a table based assisted neuromyofascial stretching method which focuses on the connective tissue system (fascia) rather than isolated muscle treatment. FST therapists assess active, passive, and resisted range of motion in functional positions and movements.  This is customized stretching for your needs.


What is fascia (FASH-A):  The body has a connective tissue system that wraps around muscles, nerves, organs, bones and just about everything else.  This connective tissue is called fascia.

What is FST good for: Improved quality of life, faster recovery from fitness and athletic activities.  This technique was originally designed for NFL players, and is now widely used on professional golfers, surfers, NBA players, MMA fighters, and anyone needing some extra flexibility. 


FST is supported by extensive evidence-based studies found at https://www.fasciaresearchsociety.org

Here are some of the benefits of FST:

1. Increase Range of Motion & Flexibility - greatly improved.

2. Muscular Balance 

3. Improved Sports Performance - and recover faster.

4. Reduced Pain - often greatly reduced or eliminated.

5. Reduced Risk of Injury

6. Improved Posture - Look and Feel healthier and more confident.

7. Improved Muscle Function

8. Improved Circulation

9. Decrease Compression and Impingement in the Joints

10. Improved Energy

11. Improved Sleep - wake up rested and refreshed.

12. Reduced Stress - Immediately and significantly reduced.


FST is for everyone!  FST is beneficial for past injuries, chronic pain, chronic muscle/fascia tightness.  There are cases where certain conditions, injuries or recent post-operative surgeries, acute bulging or herniated disc, instability or hypermobility, acute rheumatoid arthritis, severe osteoporosis, healing fractures will disqualify a person from receiving FST.  The session is tailored to each individual.


It is not uncommon to feel very relaxed and immediate relief of pain.  Continuing treatments will boost your results and long-term benefits.  Clients should always stay hydrated, and have a home stretching routine.