Flow is proud to offer alternative therapies such as massage, yoga, and Thai bodywork. We believe these therapies are an integral component of maintaining your fit and healthy lifestyle.
YOGA, MEDITATION, THAI BODYWORK
Britta Eumann, yoga teacher RYT 200 and Thai yoga bodywork practitioner, teaches a variety of yoga class styles to all levels. She believes yoga is for everybody and every body. Beginner or advanced, she is meeting her students where they are in their practice, providing adjustments and modifications for each skill level. Students leave her class feeling calm and at ease in body, mind and spirit.
Please contact Britta directly to set up an appointment.
☏ (224) 381 0613
Julie has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for 25 years and worked in 4 states (CA, CO, NV, IL) at several five-star spas. She has her Masters in Physical Therapy and specializes in a variety of massage techniques (including Swedish, Sports, Deep Tissue, Thai, Prenatal, Aromatherapy, and Trigger Point Therapy).
Please contact Julie directly to set up an appointment.
☏ (702) 477 9511
Massage Therapy is intended for relaxation or pain relief. It consists of a system of gliding strokes, kneading, friction, and percussion techniques, combined with active and passive movements of the joints. Based on your input, the therapist may work superficially or deeper into the muscles, tendons, and fascia of the body to work out adhesions, triggerpoints, scarring, and to promote positive structural change or relaxation.
Thai Bodywork is an interactive whole-body treatment that combines gentle passive stretching and movement of joints with several touch techniques and work along lines of the body. The relaxing effects of Thai bodywork are achieved without harsh physical force but through efficient use of movement, conscious touch, breathing and rhythm. Benefits of Thai bodywork include stress reduction, relief from muscular tension, and improvement of circulation. Thai body work is done fully clothed on a mat on the floor.
Yamuna Foot Fitness focuses on the belief that our feet are the foundation of the whole body. Everyday our feet are subjected to tremendous weight-bearing stress. Over time, this stress leads to imbalanced walking patterns that cause our feet to contract, bones to narrow, and muscles to atrophy. The result is all the underlying structures of the feet become glued together. These repetitive, imbalanced walking patterns contribute to misalignment of the muscles and joints from head to toe. Common foot problems: Bunions, Plantar Fasciitis, Hammer Toes, Achilles tendinitis. Flat Feet, Morton’s Neuroma, etc.
Amy Williams and Shannon Hershman are both certified Yamuna instructors and available for 30 minute or one hour private sessions.