Toni’s goal is to help individuals improve their quality of life and improve functional movement. She provides a whole body assessment and then applies soft tissue therapy techniques for improved range of motion in the joints and reduce pain and inflammation in the body. Techniques and therapies include (but are not limited to) the following:
-Gua Sha: This ancient Chinese healing technique may offer a unique approach to better health, addressing issues like chronic pain.
-Cupping: Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.
-Trigger point therapy: The benefits of this therapy includes a focus on detecting and releasing trigger points. Located in the skeletal muscle, trigger points are spots that produce pain when compressed. In many cases, trigger points form as a result of trauma to the muscle fibers. This therapy is used for treatment of many chronic pain conditions such as headaches, low back pain along with sports injuries.
-Myofascial therapy: Myofascial release techniques relax and lengthen muscles and soft tissues. Myofascial release technique can help regain function and flexibility after injuries and treat chronic pain in many parts of the body. It also improves range of motion of the joints.
SPECIFIC RACE EVENT & WORKOUT PROGRAMMING
Whatever your fitness goals are, whether it’s your first 5K, qualifying for the Boston marathon or wanting to complete an Ironman or other triathlon event, 2BFit can help you meet your specific pace and event goal.
Personalized Specified Pace Plan with Coaching: $125/month
With a nutrition consultation, we will provide a healthy way of eating without feeling restricted. We will guide you to be able to do the following:
• Obtain and maintain a healthy body fat percentage
• Eat a large variety of foods that nourish your body
• Keep energy levels up and maintain energy during workouts
What is a Corrective Exercise Specialist?
A Corrective Exercise Specialist can pin point when a client has an injury or overcompensation of specific muscles and can correct them through inhibiting overactive muscles, and strengthening weakened muscles. This in turn allows the body to have neuromuscularskeletal improvement and prevent injury.