Foam Rolling

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What is foam rolling? Watch this video to find out. Physical therapists say placing your body on a foam roller to target knots and trigger points can help you in many ways. Taught by Proactive Life Training LLC, Kasia Radecka, Licensed Physical Therapist. Free! Monthly sessions from April-August.

Dates and Registration Here

  • Wear comfortable clothes. You will be on the floor.
  • Taught by Proactive Life Training LLC, Kasia Radecka, Licensed Physical Therapist, Somatic Educator. Participants will receive step-by-step instructions of how to use the roller along with education related to “why” it will optimize body functions from physiological and biomechanical aspect.

Benefits:

  • Increased circulation
  • Release tension and decrease rigidity
  • Decrease join and muscle pain
  • Decompress spine and other joins – Improves posture
  • Soft tissue regeneration
  • Improve muscle strength in the most balanced and healthy way ( ” work smarter not harder “)
  • Improve body awareness and movement confidence
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