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Back Pain and the Gyrotonic Method

The Gyrotonic Method helps to move these muscles in a variety of directions to stretch and strengthen every muscle and fiber of the body, helping individuals regain the confidence to become more free and playful.

 

Back pain is a common complaint that usually stems from repetitive movements or lack of movement over a prolonged period. Most people spend their day sitting for long periods of time, putting strain on the hamstrings, hips and back muscles, which shorten from lack of use and movement. The Gyrotonic Method helps to move these muscles in a variety of directions to stretch and strengthen every muscle and fiber of the body, helping individuals regain the confidence to become more free and playful.

“I know back pain,” explains Lisa Roche, owner of Nagare, a Gyrotonic studio in Haddonfield. “I’ve had my back go out on me several times in the past. It’s a horrible pain like no other. That pain led me to the discovery of Gyrotonic to alleviate the pain. But instead of just managing pain, I’ve been able to build strength and flexibility. I’m no longer cautious when moving.”

The Gyrotonic Method and chiropractic go hand in hand when dealing with back pain and both are an integral part of relief and treatment.

For more information, call 609-929-4421, email NagarePrivateStudio@gmail.com or visit NagarePrivateStudio.com. 

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