Like flossing, drinking water, and calling your mother, we’re willing to bet you don’t stretch enough. Luckily, we’re finally catching on to the remedy. From serious athletes to office execs, therapist-assisted stretching is the hottest new trend on the health and wellness scene.
While stretching by yourself may feel like a pain (literally and figuratively), locking down a session at LYMBR in Newton is just the attention your body needs.
Stretch it out
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to stretch your body the way professional athletes do, look no further. LYMBR’s one-on-one, personalized, therapist-assisted stretching helps clients “relax better, perform better, and recover better” to improve daily life. And who wouldn’t be into that?
With the rise of intense boutique fitness studios—think SoulCycle and Barry’s Bootcamp—people are looking for more ways to recover. Sure, you can stretch on your own, but are you doing it right? LYMBR therapists take the guesswork out of it — they’re trained in the company’s stretching technique “progressive dynamic stretching,” or PDS. This allows continuous isolated movement targeting individual muscles in the body.
So, the question is what do you really need? If you’re looking to increase flexibility and range of motion, decrease tension in the body, or recover faster and prevent injury, a stretch session may be right up your alley (especially if you’re running the Boston Marathon)!
You’ll be in good hands
When you’re ready to let the experts limber you up, all you need to do is kick your feet up. You’ll sit or lay on a massage-style table for their session while LYMBR therapists use specific motions and positions to target trouble spots. First-timers say they feel more grounded, lengthened, and relaxed. And good news: similar to a workout class, the attire is comfortable athleisure and socks.
No matter if you’re looking to stretch for the full 26.2 or that damn desk chair has your 20/30-something back feeling 90 years old, a quick trip to LYMBR Newton might be just what you need to keep feeling spry.