Assisted Stretch Therapy | Salt Lake City

What is Assisted Stretch Therapy?

Our muscles and fascia can get tight from periods of inactivity, injury and overuse. Pain and limited mobility can interrupt daily life. Assisted stretch therapy effectively reduces muscle tone, restores range of motion and frees the body up to move more efficiently. We use Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) techniques which are gentle and highly effective which allows your body to relax and recover.

Your session will address your specific concerns and your therapist will conduct an assessment if needed to determine where your restrictions are. You will receive a home care program and direction on how to properly execute stretches on your own by our trained experts.

30-minute session will focus on 1-2 areas of the body.

60-minute session allows for a full-body stretch experience.

Please wear loose fitting or unrestrictive clothing such as athletic wear, T-shirts and sports bras that will allow for full range of motion.

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Assisted Stretch Therapy can treat many issues:

Back Pain

Massage therapy tailored to your specific condition is highly effective in treating back pain and stiffness. A common cause of back pain is muscle imbalances caused by poor postural habits.

Neck Pain

Injury, wear and tear or postural distortions may be affecting the anatomy of the neck. Clinical bodywork can stimulate the healing process and reduce pain.

Sedentary Lifestyle

Sitting too many hours can lead to muscle imbalances and excess tension. An assisted stretch therapy session can help get circulation and mobility back into the muscles and joints that feel stiff and sore.


Pain stems from a compressed nerve in the lower back. However, the sciatic nerve can also become impinged in soft tissue which causes sciatic-like symptoms.

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What are the benefits of Assisted Stretch Therapy?

  • Reduce muscle pain
  • Improve range of motion
  • Reduce chance on injury
  • Improve sports performance
  • Recover from activity faster
  • Undo long hours of sitting
  • Improve circulation
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