Improve your body's flexibility, alignment and function with fascial tissue release techniques.
You're feeling stiff as a board.
Have nagging tightness, discomfort and pain in an area of your body that’s not related to an acute injury.
Feeling out of alignment.
Doing repetitive movements in your workout routine or athletic training.
Lacking the mobility to do certain exercises such as a low squat, bringing arms overhead, raising your leg to the ceiling when you lay on your back.
Or maybe you have a foam roller at home with
NO IDEA how to use it.
In the 10 years of teaching and addressing my own fascial tightness, I’ve discovered all of the fascial tissue release techniques you need to overcome those challenges.
Although it seems a Pilates and yoga instructor should be flexible, I have naturally tight fascial tissue...eeek.
Picture this, when doing “splits” in yoga or on the Pilates reformer, I’m usually the highest off the ground
...which isn't pretty OR comfortable.
Trust me when I say, I know the feeling of having limited ranges of motion, misalignment in the body and even knee pain as a result of my tight fascial tissue.
Learning about the fascial tissue, addressing it with foam rolling techniques & fascial line release has taken my body to deeper levels of flexibility than ever before.
My flexibility, alignment & ability to get into my favorite advanced yoga and Pilates have improved.
I've been integrating these fascial release techniques into my postural assessment prescriptions and getting AMAZING RESULTS with my clients.
After taking tons of workshops, studying the fascia and most importantly, applying it to A LOT of bodies...
I’ve developed a handful of powerful techniques to address the fascial tissue.
...and, guess what?
It's all bundled into this course, which will take you step-by-step through the education of the fascial tissue, release techniques for each area of the body with the foam roller and full fascial line release techniques with resistance bands.
Your body felt free to move and you no longer had the "stiff as a board" feeling.
Large range of motion movements were easy for you to achieve.
You were back in alignment.
There were less visits to the chiropractor and massage therapist.
The tightness and pain subsided freeing you to have an improved quality of workout and life.
The best part, you can do all of this at home.
" I was fortunate enough to attend one of Adrianne’s fascial tissue workshops at our local California pilates studio. The workshop was extremely well balanced from learning what the fascia is, to fascia in fitness and finally…best part…rolling techniques from the the feet to the upper trapezius (sighh…). In addition to Adrianne gave easy to follow, hands-on instruction. I highly recommend this workshop! "
- Angela King, Paralegal and Pilates Fanatic at Straight Up Pilates
"Your fascial workshop was excellent. I really appreciate your knowledge of anatomy and physiology. The information you provided for the class and the manner in which you communicated it were detailed and easy to understand. I am able to utilize the tools you provided in my daily life and exercise. Thanks!!"
-Sheree Small, ATC, PTA (retired)
"I took a facial tissue workshop from Adrianne when she lived in Virginia. I had no idea of the importance fascia had in the body nor how crucial it was to keeping healthy! She was so knowledgeable with her explanations and also how to release it using a foam roller. I highly recommend this workshop!"
-Leigh Trant, Pilates Fanatic at Pilates Etc.
"Adrianne is very knowledgeable and her approach to teaching is fun and informative. I especially enjoyed her foam rolling techniques, the relief I felt was awesome!"
Eva Klenner- CEO Tidewater Orthopaedic Associates
Adrianne has been passionate about teaching Pilates and specialized body movement for the past 10 years! After earning her degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Exercise Science, she continued her education becoming a fully certified STOTT Pilates instructor, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, and a certified Yoga Teacher (200RYT), just to name a few. Not only has she been working with bodies 1 on 1 in boutique style studios, but she has served as an adjunct professor of exercise science, as the fitness specialist at NASA Langley Research Center and is the exercise physiologist at a local eating disorder center where she is developing their wellness program. Through this extensive study of body movement and experience she has come to love teaching specialty course topics, which are now brought to you in online format!
StartFoot (Plantar Fascia) (6:44)
StartCalf (Soleus & Gastrocnemius) (7:38)
StartPiriformis & Glutes (6:25)
StartLatissimus Dorsi & Teres Minor (6:04)
StartErector Spinae (5:52)
StartPectoralis Minor (10:48)
StartTeres Minor & Infraspinatus (7:37)