Massage Therapy

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I’m a part of the coaching staff for Upper Echelon Fitness.

At Upper Echelon Fitness I work with my associates to provide the highest quality coaching possible. I provide individual training plans to meet individual needs and to help riders meet their cycling and fitness goals. I believe it is important to develop a rider in ways that not only increase their performance on the bike, ailment but which also translate into a healthier lifestyle.  In addition to improving physical and mental fitness, visit this I feel many riders can benefit from learning more about their in race decision making as well, orthopedist providing in depth race strategy and tactics however possible. It is my goal to develop riders in all areas, so that a rider may discover their true potential as an athlete. I love watching the people I work with accomplish their goals.  I strive to provide the highest quality coaching and to provide as much support as possible for my riders.

In addition to individual coaching plans, I instruct several Classes at Upper Echelon through the year, ranging from indoor cross training, trainer classes, and skills classes.  In the summers, I do a race and bike handling skills course on Monday nights before the Monday night PIR race begins.  Fall, winters and early spring I typically hold indoor/outdoor training sessions which complement a riders training goals if they are looking to gain speed in the summer for racing or nice weather group rides and fun rides.  I am also available for presentations for teams or groups covering topics such as race tactics, training methods and plan design, bike fitting basics or goal setting around athletic performance.

For more information about coaching and other services we provide at Upper Echelon, make sure to visit our site!
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but its already October, which means its time for indoor classes at Upper Echelon!  I am currently running my cross training and strength and conditioning classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30-6:30(We often run a few minutes over for stretching and recovery techniques, but people are free to leave, I know its often running into dinner time activities).

 

We do a range of training through the classes from running drills, agility drills, plyometrics, weights, stability drills, core and stretching.  I keep the program so it is building through the fall, so each class is a little different and continually changing to keep your body progressing and getting stronger while also keeping it interesting.  The training is based around fitness for cycling, focusing on building strength and power you need to ride hard through the season, while also addressing underused muscles and skills so you are more balanced and reduce chances for overuse injuries from sticking to one primary sport or activity through the year.

The training is great for both racers looking to keep fit and build an edge for their next race season, or just for people working for general fitness or cross training with no competition in sight.  The classes are structured in a way that you will be adequately challanged no matter what your level is.

 

Shoot me a message if you have any questions or sign up here:

 

 
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but people are free to leave, I know its often running into dinner time activities).

We do a range of training through the classes from running drills, agility drills, plyometrics, weights, stability drills, core and stretching.  I keep the program so it is building through the fall, so each class is a little different and continually changing to keep your body progressing and getting stronger while also keeping it interesting.  The training is based around fitness for cycling, focusing on building strength and power you need to ride hard through the season, while also addressing underused muscles and skills so you are more balanced and reduce chances for overuse injuries from sticking to one primary sport or activity through the year.

The training is great for both racers looking to keep fit and build an edge for their next race season, or just for people working for general fitness or cross training with no competition in sight.  The classes are structured in a way that you will be adequately challenged no matter what your level is.

Shoot me a message if you have any questions or sign up here:

http://www.upperechelonfitness.com/training/classes-and-clinics/

Hope to see you in class!

 
Hard to believe it, discount
but its already October, which means its time for indoor classes at Upper Echelon!  I am currently running my cross training and strength and conditioning classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30-6:30(We often run a few minutes over for stretching and recovery techniques, but people are free to leave, I know its often running into dinner time activities).

 

We do a range of training through the classes from running drills, agility drills, plyometrics, weights, stability drills, core and stretching.  I keep the program so it is building through the fall, so each class is a little different and continually changing to keep your body progressing and getting stronger while also keeping it interesting.  The training is based around fitness for cycling, focusing on building strength and power you need to ride hard through the season, while also addressing underused muscles and skills so you are more balanced and reduce chances for overuse injuries from sticking to one primary sport or activity through the year.

The training is great for both racers looking to keep fit and build an edge for their next race season, or just for people working for general fitness or cross training with no competition in sight.  The classes are structured in a way that you will be adequately challenged no matter what your level is.

 

Shoot me a message if you have any questions or sign up here:

http://www.upperechelonfitness.com/training/classes-and-clinics/

Hope to see you in class!

 
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which means its time for indoor classes at Upper Echelon!  I am currently running my cross training and strength and conditioning classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30-6:30(We often run a few minutes over for stretching and recovery techniques, order
but people are free to leave, I know its often running into dinner time activities).

We do a range of training through the classes from running drills, agility drills, plyometrics, weights, stability drills, core and stretching.  I keep the program so it is building through the fall, so each class is a little different and continually changing to keep your body progressing and getting stronger while also keeping it interesting.  The training is based around fitness for cycling, focusing on building strength and power you need to ride hard through the season, while also addressing underused muscles and skills so you are more balanced and reduce chances for overuse injuries from sticking to one primary sport or activity through the year.

The training is great for both racers looking to keep fit and build an edge for their next race season, or just for people working for general fitness or cross training with no competition in sight.  The classes are structured in a way that you will be adequately challenged no matter what your level is.

 

Shoot me a message if you have any questions or sign up here:

http://www.upperechelonfitness.com/training/classes-and-clinics/

Hope to see you in class!

 
Massage therapy is a great tool for athletes looking to recover from training, medications
injuries and for anyone that is generally achy and tired from their stressful lives. Massage is great for anyone looking to help reduce stress, pharmacy
aches and pains, recover faster from training or injuries.

I am a licensed Massage Therapist (LMT #18718) who has extensive experience working with athletes, repetitive use injuries, injury recovery (such as strained/torn muscles, car accidents, bike race crashes) and those just generally looking to feel better.  My bodywork sessions are a blend of deep tissue, structural integration and swedish(relaxation) massage techniques aimed at working with your body to recover, reduce tension and improve the function of your body.

60min – 75$

90min- 105$

package deals(upfront payment required)

3 sessions – 210$

6 sessions – 400$

I can bill insurance for some individuals if your insurance allows(Either auto accident or health insurance)

Please arrive on time for your appointment, as I schedule so you receive a full 60 min or 90 min of bodywork.

Contact me to schedule!

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