Improve Your Quality of Life with Alignment Therapy!
Alignment Therapy restores mobility, releases "knotted" tissue, increases blood flow, activates and relieves impinged nerves, improves joint function and above all, helps you become aware of your body!
BodyWorks has helped people of all ages, sizes, shapes & genders with acute & chronic pain (almost anywhere & everywhere!), plantar fasciitis, sciatica, pre/post surgery prep/recovery, scoliosis, carpal tunnel, TMJD and many others.
To find out more about how Alignment Therapy can help you, call or text 801-529-5931 to schedule your appointment or free consultation!
Introducing BodyWorks and Alignment Therapy×
Services & Pricing
Alignment Therapy sessions are an affordable and holistic approach to the cause of your pain/dysfunction; not just the symptom.
- 60 Minutes: $80
- 90 Minutes: $120
- 120 Minutes: $160
BodyWorks accepts & is approved for:
Flex Spending : Health Savings : PIP Insurance : Visa : Discover : MasterCard : Cash
Ever wonder why your back gives out for no reason at all, why your feet seem to hurt so much even though you aren't on them all day or why you keep getting shoulder pain if you're not overworking them?
The answer is (most of the time) a simple one. Our body is held together with a fascial system that literally connects your scalp to the bottom of your feet; which creates a brilliant system that either works incredibly well for you or greatly decreases your range of motion & increases your pain by binding your fascial & muscular systems to support an injury or simply your posture.
Alignment Therapy, also known as Structural Integration, is the study & therapy of how the fascial systems work together, so the therapist can help you figure out the cause of your pain.
Your low back pain could be something as simple as, you always carry your baby on your right side; so you've raised your pelvis on the right & probably kicked it forward to support the baby. Now your pelvis is rotated & off balance, causing low back pain. When you come into BodyWorks, your therapist will assess your structure, your postural habits & your daily life to find the source of your pain. Then you & your therapist will work together to create a treatment plan that works for you.