Wellness + Bodywork

Wellness + Bodywork

EVO Wellness + Bodywork offerings help to enhance climbing performance, rehab, prevent injury, and provides relief for stress and tension.

Antonio Gurule – Chiropractic

Antonio has always had a pull for close interactions and building relationships to see what impact he might be able to have on other people.  This ultimately leads him down a path to healthcare and coaching.  With a variety of different certifications and experiences, Antonio is able to take an eclectic approach to treating and training active individuals across various sports and activities.

We help climbers improve their mobility and range of motion while encouraging stability and strength to improve performance and reduce chances of injury.  Through manipulation, dry needling, cupping, and fascial release techniques we help you overcome the aches and pains associated with training hard and pushing the edge, and combing all of this with guided rehab and recovery strategies to ensure you body is feeling better and better each day!

Kait Freitag – Rolfing

Kaitlyn is a graduate of the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado. She incorporates her sense of curiosity, wellness, interpersonal exploration and passion for self discovery into her practice. As a Certified Rolfer™, Kaitlyn enjoys helping people explore their options for how to live an active and empowered lifestyle.

Rolfing Structural Integration was originally designed as a series of bodywork sessions to efficiently help integrate and organize the whole person into better alignment with gravity. When a person has a better relationship with gravity, movement becomes easier and more efficient. Painful patterns take a long time to solidify; they become embedded in contracted connective tissues and the nervous system can become reactive around those areas

Chris Fahs – Fascial Counterstrain

Chris emphasizes a thorough and evidence based examination with his patients in order to get to the “root” of each patient’s pain or functional impairment. He has a passion for working with each of his patients and could not imagine a more rewarding profession than physical therapy.  As a specialist in body work, he has taken several manual therapy courses, is trained in trigger point dry-needling, and is currently working toward certification in his “go-to” technique called Fascial Counterstrain.

Fascia is simply connective tissue that surrounds all of our muscles, bones, internal organs, arteries, veins, and nerves and is the largest sensory organ in the body. Therefore, it is necessary to not only treat the muscle fascia (myofascia), but all the fascia of the body. This tissue can contract and spasm, since they contain special receptors that sense movement and pain.  During a Counterstrain treatment, this skilled and gentle technique turns off this reflex contraction by slackening the involved tissue which takes tension off the receptors, drains inflammation out of the area, improves motion, and decreases pain.

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