THERAPEUTIC BODYWORK & SPORTS MASSAGE
1409 Grandin Rd SW, Roanoke, VA 24015 540-632-2051
Hours: M/W 1:00p-8:00p, Tu/Th 8:30a-3:30p
*Call/Text for additional 90 min availability
Owner and Sole Practitioner, Abbie Feigle specializes in Myofascial Bodywork, Myoskeletal Alignment and Manual Therapy for sports athletes and pain management. She brings a specific emphasis on Structural Alignment & pain prevention. Abbie trained in Seattle, WA at the Northwest Academy of the Healing Arts. She continues to study under the Seattle Center of Structural Medicine and the Freedom from Pain Institute. She is one of Appalachia's only LIFT Practitioner's and has extensive training in myofascial, myoskeletal, orthopedic, medical, clinical and sports massage. She focuses on athletes, chronic pain, posture and compensation patterns.
For best results, start your journey with a 90 minute Myofascial Consultation and Bodywork Session. If you are already feeling great, try a Therapeutic Massage which fuses more traditional deep tissue massage with light myofascial opening to keep you feeling loose and relaxed. For longer-lasting results and bone-deep work, the Integrated Myofascial Bodywork sessions create space for movement using gentle, cutting edge massage and bodywork techniques such as Muscle Energy Techniques, Neuromuscular Reeducation, Ligament Stimulation, Myofascial Release, Myoskeletal Alignment Technieque and joint capsule work. These active techniques help open compensation patterns and structural imbalances that can lead to sports injuries, repetitive strain, chronic pain, headaches, insomnia, frozen shoulder, piriformis syndrome, back pain, knee pain, shin splints, plantar fasciatis and more. Abbie will use a global body approach over several sessions to ensure we are unraveling the root of your pain. That means more power, less tension on joints and increased movement! It's the perfect complement to your existing workout, health and wellness routine.
Now in Grandin Village, Roanoke, VA.
Abbie comes from a background in movement therapies and adventure education. She sees movement as meditation and believes that physical health and body awareness lead to mental health and personal growth. As a yogi, climber, paddler, snowboarder and former backcountry guide, Abbie knows that a strong pain free body can be liberating. Abbie bounced around the Midwest, Australia and the West Coast before settling in the New River Valley and is excited to bring LIFT (Ligament Influenced Myofascial Technique) to the East Coast. Don't be surprised if she incorporates movement into your session. When not at work, Abbie can frequently be frolicking outside with her golden retriever or black lab.