Heather is an Integrated Health Practitioner and founder of Reset Relief, facilitating pain and stress reduction. Her life’s work is caring for others with compassion and encouraging and educating them in self-care.
Heather utilizes practical, efficient methods that can be incorporated into daily routines (busy schedules!) with ease in her mediation and yoga teaching as well as in the Integrated Positional Therapy sessions.
Her interest in and curiosity about what it means to be a human being led her to a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, two 500 hour yoga teaching certifications (Kripalu & Insight-Yin, Meditation), Reiki mastership and recent completion of Integrated Positional Therapy training. Heather is a licensed RN. For more information or to contact Heather please visit her website at www.resetrelief.com
Integrated Positional Therapy
Gently yet effectively addresses neuromuscular and musculoskeletal pain patterns at the root cause, addressing and correcting imbalances. Typically reduction of pain is achieved with the first treatment. A wellness plan is provided with recommended simple releases /stretches that can be easily incorporated into your day.
IPT does not require ongoing appointments. A follow-up appointment is suggested to monitor and improve the wellness plan for maximum benefit. Many people come for two to three sessions although it is not uncommon to find relief and learn to incorporate IPT into your self-care with only one appointment! IPT is a reset for your body!
What to expect during your session:
- Intake consultation
- Thorough assessment
- Individualized treatment (fully clothed, assisted stretching and gentle relieving releases)
- To be treated with respect and compassion
- Comprehensive individual wellness plan for self care at home
- Follow up/check in after your treatment
Conditions that can benefit from IPT:
Back and neck pain
Tendonitis (elbow, shoulder, etc.)
Hip or knee pain
Limited range of motion
and many more…
After a bad fall on the ice while walking my dog I suffered a concussion, neck and ultimately low back pain. The back pain lasted for many months. My physician, two physical therapists, as well as my nursing and yoga training didn’t help me. IPT did!