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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I get Stretched?

  • Assisted stretching is the best way to safely get your body and its fascia feeling mobile and relaxed.

  • Stretching releases the tension, stiffness and stress in your muscles.

  • Stretching will help build your flexibility, range of motion in your joints and hydrate your muscle tissues.

  • Stretching will help improve functional flexibility, thereby improving physical performance and reaction time.

  • It feels good!

What should I wear?

  • Comfortable clothing that you can move freely in.

  • For athletic stretches, shorts and loose fitting shirt work well.

  • Men: compression shorts under your athletic shorts, tank or t-shirt. 

  • Woman: shorts or athletic pants that can easily move above the knees, tank or t-shirt.

How early should I arrive?

  • New to Stretched... arrive 10 minutes prior to scheduled appointment to fill out intake form, waiver. 

  • Current members...arrive at least 5 minutes before your scheduled session to check in.

How are our stretchers trained?

  • All Stretchers are trained in our Stretched Method. Our Method combines the practical application of the stretch reflex, reciprocal inhibition, neuro-muscular behaviors, and Anatomy Trains(R) with table based assisted stretching. 

  • Our therapists come from various backgrounds including licensed massage therapy, and other bodywork backgrounds. 

  • Therapists have to undergo extensive hands on learning, as well as a full curriculum and testing before becoming a Stretcher.

What is the difference between Stretching and Massage?

  • Stretching is performed with clothes on, reducing the anxious feelings sometimes felt with massage.

  • Stretching can activate deep postural muscles without the use of digging into sensitive areas sometimes felt during massage.

  • The benefits of stretching are seen immediately with increased movement in the body. As an example, the ability to bend over and tie shoes without strain.