Is pain keeping you from the healthy, active life you desire? Check out our upcoming MELT Method workshop February 28th, led by Edge’s newest team member Lucero Barry (Read more about Lucero & MELT here) Improve your stride, quicken recovery time, prevent joint compression, increase hydration in your connective tissue so you can exercise for many more years!
February 28th, 12-1:15pm
Rae, “I want to convey to you how much I appreciate your guidance and practice in helping us focus inward and listen to our bodies. I push myself constantly at work and in my work outs and when I first tried yoga I learned that slowing down is hard, that “pushing” isn’t always the answer, and that yoga (unlike most other things in life) is not something you can muscle your way through. The benefits of yoga, and a teacher with the patience to guide us type A’s through the practice, have changed my life. I am more able to relax both on and off the mat and am more in tune with my body. Yoga continually surprises me. For example, when you placed blocks under my knees the other day in class and my initial thought was, “I don’t need those,” but once the blocks were there my body relaxed deeply, almost instantly, and once again I was humbled. Yoga challenges me to accept that my brain is not always in charge and to trust and listen to my body. Thank you Rae for guiding me in that practice you have a true gift. Namaste — Nicole”
But we’re pretty confident that we’re the only gym around where you can be yourself (and more) without feeling like a total tool. We’re excited to offer our clients more than a place to sweat in solitude. We’re at your service, with a dietitian, personal trainers, massage therapists, a physical therapist, and so much more.
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Evaluation of basic movement abilities and consultation. Please contact us regarding how you can schedule a Complimentary Functional Movement Screen*! Contact Melanie or Scott at 503-265-8685 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your assessment today!
*The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a seven-step process that looks at joint stability and mobility, flexibility, trunk and core strength, and rotational trunk stability.