Mobile Bodywork Specialists

Helping Athletes Achieve Ultimate Performance and Recovery 

Our Services

Recovery Massage

Designed to reduce downtime post-workout and performance, while also decreasing fatigue, preventing injury, and reducing delayed muscle soreness. The pressure used varies between lighter for drainage and deeper to release muscle tension.

Performance Massage

Performance massages are designed with results in mind - more range of motion, easier movement, pain relief. These massages tend to be deeper, at times uncomfortable. Focus is on specific issues and therapy may not always be full body.

Muscle Activation

Muscle Activation Techniques® starts with an assessment of muscular imbalances, specific manual muscle testing, and when a muscle is determined weak, we correct with either distinct isometrics or manual manipulation.

 
 

We Come To You!

Our therapists are fully equipped to serve you anywhere. We can meet you between training sessions or on your lunch break! It is a priority that you will reach your ultimate performance or full recovery.

We Focus On Professional Athletes and Weekend Warriors

We have years of training and experience working with pro athletes and weekend warriors. We use a variety of methods and techniques such as MAT™, Deep Tissue Massage, Cupping, Kinesio Taping, and more, to attend to all your body needs for a full recovery and outstanding experience.

Who We Are

Our founder Erica works closely with athletes, supporting their body needs to achieve their fitness goals. Her goal to help each person create a more efficient movement to increase endurance, prevent injury and elevate performance through a variety of services including sports massage, Muscle Activation®, and more.

Are you plagued with chronic pain that has been difficult to resolve?

 

  • Have you plateaued in your performance/workout?
  • Can you move as freely as you used to?
  • Are you getting a good night’s sleep?
  • Are you being held back by old injuries?
  • Finding it difficult to commit to a new workout routine?
  • Is bad posture causing headaches and fatigue?