828 Healing
Brooke Edde LMT; Rolf Practitioner; Ki Hara Trainer

Updated September 12th, 2023

Semiprivate Ki-hara fitness stretch classes.

Join me for group classes, available both in-person and live online formats. Through the Kihara method of Resistance Stretching, these classes are designed to help you improve your flexibility, coordination, balance, and overall well-being. Classes are held weekly on Thursdays at 5:30 pm you'll be immersed in an experience of mind and body connection with the added feel so good stretch, right where you need it.  As a certified Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching Practitioner, I offer personalized guidance and support to help you reach your goals.  All supplies (yoga mat; water; props) are provided, but space, and supplies are limited, To reserve your spot or join us virtually send a text at least 2 hours before hand to 801-644-9104 or an email 24 hours in advance to brooke@828healing.com

Private Ki Hara sessions

The thing I love about the Ki-hara method is that it offers a strategy to pinpoint the muscle group that is "misfiring" and causing your pain or movement issue.  For instance, many people experience sciatica, but never for the same reason. A private Kihara session can be in the form of assisted, where you lay comfortably on a mat and I the therapist, hold and provide resistance and que you into the absolute most perfect stretch. In-between stretches I will also massage the muscle groups with deep to light compressions for the ultimate relaxation and recovery. 

Private sessions are also offered through one-on-one, in person or virtual guided sessions, where I the trainer, lead you through various movement strategies, tailored to your individual needs and goals. We can address any imbalances or compensations in your body and work towards creating balance and harmony. As a certified Rolf and Ki-Hara resistance stretching practitioner, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to each session, ensuring that you get the most out of one session.

Technique Trainings

The field of bodywork is constantly evolving as we continue to further our understanding of how our bodies interact with our environments, and our own minds. Taking technique trainings is vital to a manual therapist's success in that it keeps you up to date as well as prevents burn out. 

If you're interested in learning the art of somatic manual therapy, I offer technique trainings to already established manual therapist as well as offer my space to other continued education providers.