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Stretched Out

Stretched out® practitioner ASSISTED stretching

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The most established and obvious benefit of stretching is to help  improve flexibility and range of motion. Active Isolated Stretching  (AIS) is one of the most widely used methods of stretching by today's  athletes, personal/athletic trainers, and  professionals.  This technique involves the method to work with the  body's natural physiological makeup to improve circulation, increase  blood flow, elasticity of the muscle joints and fascia by holding each  stretch for only two seconds. Performing the stretches in short  increments allows the target muscles to optimally lengthen without  triggering the muscle reflex.  



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Stretched Out® technique of passive stretching along with active  isolated stretching provides effective, active, facilitated stretching  of major muscle groups to achieve optimal flexibility. A safe hands-on  technique that involves gentle sustained pressure on the specific  muscles to optimally lengthen without activating the muscle reflex.  

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This concept proves maximum benefit and  can be accomplished without opposing tension or resulting trauma. As our  body ages, a lack of flexibility can cause movement to become slower  and less fluid, making an individual more susceptible to muscle strains  or other soft tissue injuries. This can put a damper on active  lifestyles and even hinder day-to-day, normal motions. An increase in  flexibility is accompanied by improved balance and coordination. While  chronically tense and tight muscle contribute to poor posture,  stretching the muscles of the lower back, chest and shoulders can help  keep the spine in better alignment and improve overall posture. 


The oversight of practitioner assisted stretching in the relief of symptoms of such diseases such as MS, MD, Parkinson's, Diabetes, and other circulatory diseases is often overlooked. Improving functionality through practitioner assisted stretching of muscular and nervous system associated diseases can be achieved, giving these people a better lifestyle.


  

About Us

Anna Guerrero - Office Manager, Certified Pilates Instructor & Stretch Practitioner, Certified Pre/Post Natal Practitioner, Certified Personal Trainer, Web Interactive Media, Layout Design

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Employed at Stretched Out for 3 years. "I thrive for success and the well-being of my clients. As a Stretch Practitioner, I love when my clients are happy at the end of each session and provide
me with positive feedback that makes me want to be better than yesterday.”


When Anna is not stretching clients, she is nose in playing video games, PS4, Wii, Oculus (VR Gaming) just to name a few. 

Jason Ramdeen, Physical Therapist, PT, DPT, ACBIS (Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists), Stretch Practitioner

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  "My goal is to acquire, share and expand my knowledge of Physical Therapy. I’m in pursuit of the safest most efficient and effective interventions that would enhance my client’s quest for independence.” 

Physical Therapist for 16 years. Orthopedic. 


 In Jason's spare time, he is a comic con geek 

and enjoys running.  

Luis Monter, Stretch Practitioner, Master Personal Trainer, Physical Therapist Assistant Student

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 “Employed at Stretched Out for 3 years. A student of how the body works. Using my knowledge to help our clients the best way I know how. “ 

Brian Betzu, EMT, Stretch Practitioner, Certified Personal Trainer Certified Pre/Post Natal Practitioner, Certified, Kinesiology Tape (K Tape) & Flossing Certified.

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“We’re a group of Fitness Professionals who focus on restoring flexibility and mobility to the body. So, whether you’re an elite athlete or desk jockey. We’ve got you covered. 

Rudy Castillo, Stretch Practitioner, Certified Pre/post natal Practitioner, Certified Personal Trainer

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  “Employed at Stretched Out for 3 years. Outgoing and personable. I strive to give our clients the best possible stretch and experience. While helping them achieve mobility and flexibility“