Tyler

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About Tyler

Licensed massage therapist, personal trainer, and yoga instructor, Tyler enjoys helping his clients enhance function and reduce pain using a combination of manual therapy techniques, functional movement, and evidence-based rehab protocols. He brings his knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics together with energy techniques to offering a unique blend of modalities.

Movement of the Month- January 2018

Movement of the Month | January 2018 3 Ways to Train Your Core for Better Mobility Step 1 How does training your core help your mobility? In order to allow your joints and myofascia to release gaining more mobility, there must be stability present. Our center of mass, or core, is where we need to train [...]

Bieler Broth: Anti-Stress, Pro-Adrenal, Acid-Alkaline Tonic

With the popularity of bone broth and its fantastic health benefits recently, I began to review other broths and their therapeutic effects. "Physician Henry Bieler recommended the Bieler Broth for fasting, energy, and for overall health. He noted the combination of vegetables was ideal for restoring acid-alkaline and sodium-potassium balance to the organs and glands [...]

By | January 19th, 2018|Injury Prevention, Nutrition|0 Comments

Achilles Tendinopathy- What is it and how can we prevent it?

Achilles Tendinopathy describes an acute strain or rupture of the strongest and longest tendon in the human body, the Achilles Tendon. The Achilles tendon, also named the Calcaneal tendon, handles loads of up to 12.5 times bodyweight and is formed from the joining of two muscles, the gastrocnemius and soleus. Both of these muscles act [...]

By | January 18th, 2018|Exercise, Injury Prevention, Massage Therapy, Self-Care|Comments Off on Achilles Tendinopathy- What is it and how can we prevent it?

Health Benefits of Walking

As I have progressed through my 20's into my 30's, I have found walking to be my favorite activity. Walking in the woods is even better with extended time in the backcountry my favorite activity. I used to consider myself a runner often logging 20+ miles per week, but a sudden knee injury took me [...]

By | January 16th, 2018|Exercise, Hiking, Injury Prevention, Movement Integration, Personal Training, Self-Care|Comments Off on Health Benefits of Walking

Essential Stability Exercises for Strength & Performance

With so much emphasis placed on mobility and flexibility, one can lose sight of the overall need to be able to activate and stabilize our structure under load with proper activation and alignment. Stability is key to preventing injury and performing well under physical stress. Our goal with training is an adaptation so we can [...]

By | January 9th, 2018|Exercise, Movement Integration, Personal Training, Self-Care|0 Comments

3 Steps to Unlock & Activate Your Glutes

3 Steps to Unlock & Activate Your Glutes Movement of the Month | November 2017 Everyone needs regular attention to unlock & activate your glutes. Why? We sit too much and don't activate enough. With too much time sitting, our glutes get stuck together, shortened in a tight position, then inhibited. When tissue gets sticky it's [...]

Upper Cross Syndrome

Upper Cross Syndrome is a pattern of myofascial tension related to poor posture, muscle imbalances, and behavioral holding patterns. UCS is also referred to as shoulder girdle crossed syndrome due to the specific postural changes including forward head posture, increased cervical lordosis and thoracic kyphosis, elevated and protracted shoulders, and rotation and abduction and winging of the scapulae (1). These postural [...]

3 Steps to Unlock Your Hip Flexors | Movement of the Month | October 2017

3 Steps to Unlock Your Hip Flexors Movement of the Month | October 2017 The hip flexors consist of multiple muscle groups ranging from the psoas and iliacus to the glutes, adductors, quads, and sartorious. The following stretches will specifically target iliacus, psoas, and quads including surrounding fascial networks. Step 1             [...]

TMJ Dysfunction: Thoughts and Treatment

You're going through a stressful time in your life. Whether it's work, relationships, finances, your health, traffic, there is always something that can trigger your stress response and send you down the road of holding that stress somewhere in your body. For most of us, it's the upper shoulders and neck. Others hold stress in [...]

By | August 24th, 2017|Massage Therapy|0 Comments

What are Trigger Points and Why do they Matter?

Have you ever experienced achy muscles, tingling, or tight areas that don't respond to movement? The majority of us will answer, "Yes!", because these are common effects of living in the gravitational world. No matter how hard we try we are bound to acquire trigger points. "Posture, work conditions, sedentary habits, and injury can cause [...]