Did you know you have both an outer core made of abdominal muscles and an inner core made of fascia? Fascia is the connective tissue in the body, ignored by the western medical community for years, that is the source of balance between our bones, muscles, and joints. Fascia is responsible for the health of our organs, alignment, posture, and patterns of stress and pain.
Deep inner lines of fascia run from our feet to our crown (inner core), and center themselves in our pelvic region (center of gravity). Only when we connect to these centers of our body’s intelligence can we find the solution to years of chronic pain.
Sustainable Body training is unique. Synthesizing the latest research in the fields of fascial science, Zero Balancing, and Rolfing/Structural Integration, Sustainable Body is a revolutionary bodywork and movement approach that realigns the vertical skeleton and the whole connective tissue system simultaneously.
Through a combination of hands-on treatment and body alignment retraining, Sustainable Body helps people of all ages and all levels of fitness, strength, and health reduce pain and discomfort and optimize their body’s physical performance. Unlike other forms of bodywork, It addresses the whole body and teaches you how to activate your deep inner core, which supports the body from the inside out.
|Gabler Sustainable Body||Massage Therapy||Chiropractic Therapy||Physical Therapy|
|Through conscious touch, movement, and guided anatomical visualization, Gabler Sustainable Body aligns the whole skeleton and the fascial web from the deep rooted core out, connecting the body, mind and spirit. Patients are taught how to sustain their alignment and live pain free.||Massage therapy is often a temporary solution with no lasting benefits. Massage therapy lacks prescriptive guidance in how to change postural habits. It often addresses only the symptom and not the cause of pain.||Chiropractic work provides temporary relief, but is a quick fix that does not teach the client how to remain in alignment and sustain a pain free lifestyle.||Compartmentalizes problems and misses opportunities in addressing the whole fascial network which is where pain and strain reside.|