The Resistance Stretching revolution
The amazing discovery of the distinction between muscle & fascial tension and how we understand it.
Resistance stretching has been around since the early 1900s. The first standardized method of resistance stretching was called Proprioceptive Nueromuscular Facilitation (PNF) and was originally used to rehab post polio patients and was later adapted for stroke and spinal cord injury rehabilitation. In the 1970s these PNF techniques were adopted by orthopedic therapists to treat musculoskeletal dysfunctions and to work with the more “healthy” population. Since the 70s there have been relatively few advances in the basic approach to resistance stretching. Until now.
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Revolution of Innovation
When you join you become part of the most innovative, sophisticated and knowledgeable practitioners in a health & wellness profession. The NRSA is filled with members that are changing the way we look at muscle and fascial tension… and how we interact with clients who have issues related to muscle and fascial tension.
Never has there been an association that brings revolutionary programming to you but then follows it up with the best business practices in order for you to be as successful as you want to be.
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Loving the videos, man. You and your video crew have done a fantastic job! We’re really fortunate to have someone of your caliber leading the way. This is quite an undertaking. I’m truly grateful.
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