HELLERWORK STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION is a system of myofascial* release Bodywork and movement education. HELLERWORK releases the accumulated stress and tension in the myofascial layers of the connective tissue, allowing the muscles and bones to realign, opening the joints for greater range of motion and creating increased flexibility. Whether your body’s restrictions are caused by traumatic injury (accidents, falls) chronic tension, repetitive strain injuries, poor postures or some other situation causing pain or restricted mobility, HELLERWORK STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION can restore the natural elasticity necessary for a pain free life. HELLERWORK is comfortable, relaxing and the results are immediate and lasting.
ATHLETES: You don’t need to be injured or in pain to experience the benefits of HELLERWORK. Many athletes and active people of all ages receive HELLERWORK to enhance performance and increase energy in the gym, on the playing field or any recreational activity.
SERIES SESSIONS: Traditionally, HELLERWORK is done in a series of 11 1˝ hr sessions. Each session works on a specific system of muscular and myofascial tissue and integrates the work into that of previous sessions. In this manner, a client’s body is raised to a new level of comfort, flexibility and movement no matter what it’s beginning state.
SPOT SESSIONS: Maggie will also work on specific situations (shoulders, knees, low back pain, etc.) without doing the entire series. The number of sessions will depend on the severity of the condition.
After consultation, Maggie can give a professional opinion regarding a treatment program suited to your needs.
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*Myofascial Tissue is the elastic component of connective tissue. It works like the spandex woven into clothing. Like spandex, myofascia is woven into muscles, ligament and tendons. Traumatic injury, chronic tension and stress cause myofascial to harden and lose mobility. Hellerwork’s gentle pressure can restoreflexibility to myofascial tissue thereby enabling full range of motion.