This includes looking at the body as a whole and identifying movement dysfunction (with a movement assessment) as well as mobility, stability, strength, and joint tracking issues.
A variety of manual therapy techniques are used while the client does subtle movements and breath work. Rolfing techniques are also utilized by Jed Page.
The ancient technique of cupping with a modern twist. The client performs movement while the cups are manipulated to separate and hydrate stuck layers of tissue. This is especially effective with trapped nerves and rarely leaves bruising as static cupping often does.
A variety of massage therapy techniques are often used to calm the nervous system and prepare the tissue for change.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization is sometimes used to improve range of movement and diminish very dense adhesions or 'trigger finger' type occurrences.