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Welcome to
Reset Mobility

Welcome to
Reset Mobility


Genevieve graduated York University with an Honors Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology. She started her career in a physiotherapy setting gaining experience prescribing rehabilitative and strength exercises. She also has experience as an exercise specialist in medically supervised weight loss clinics, conducting group and individual programming.

More recently, Genevieve’s competitive nature and passion for athletics has lead her to compete in women’s physique competitions, which is a very strict lifestyle. This brought to light the need for a more balanced approach to training and recovery to optimized one’s performance. She has continued her education, and obtained her certificates in both Fascial Stretch Therapy, Thai Massage, and she is currently completing a Diploma in Manual Osteopathy.

Reset Mobility uses a combination of Fascial Stretch Therapy and Osteopathy to provide each patient with customized treatments

What is Osteopathy?

The key principles of osteopathy is that the body is interconnected, and that problems in one area of the body can affect other areas. For example, lower back pain can be caused by muscle imbalances in the legs, and a problem in the neck can cause headaches. Osteopaths take a holistic approach to treatment, and will often consider the whole person, not just the area of pain or dysfunction. Osteopathy is also used to improve athletic performance, and can help to prevent injuries. Athletes can benefit from osteopathic treatment by improving their range of motion, flexibility and balance.
Manual Osteopathic Treatment is based on the principle that the body has an innate ability to heal itself. Using a variety of gentle hands-on techniques to alleviate pain, tension or restrictions throughout the body; Osteopathic practitioners help stimulate the body’s natural healing processes and restore balance to the musculoskeletal system. These techniques may include soft tissue manipulation, joint mobilization, stretching, and gentle pressure applied to specific points on the body. Osteopathic Treatment can be used for an array of conditions and general relaxation.
At Reset Mobility, our manual osteopaths and stretch therapists specialize in the treatment of structural pain and dysfunction. We understand the debilitating effects pain can have on one’s life, and our goal is to alleviate suffering and enhance performance through a combination of osteopathic manipulative therapy, stretching, and exercise. Our team of highly trained and experienced professionals are adept at identifying the root cause of pain and developing personalized treatment plans to address it. Whether you’re an athlete striving to improve performance or a weekend warrior eager to stay active, we have the expertise to help you achieve your goals.
Some of the common structural pain and dysfunctions we treat include:

Don't let pain dictate your life. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and begin your journey towards optimal health and performance with Reset Mobility.

What is Fascia?

A network of fibrous connective tissue that attaches to all structure of the body including muscle, ligaments, tendons, bones, and even organs. Facial surrounds these structures like saran wrap. When fascia is restricted, muscle recruitment and contractions can be limited, joint spaces can be decreased affecting range of motion, and tension within muscles, which can increase causing trigger points, muscle strains, and formation of scar tissue.
When fascia becomes tight, individual fibers stick together and create adhesions. Symptoms you may feel can vary here are some common symptoms of tight fascia:
  • Deep aching muscle pain
  • Specific muscle pain that persists or worsens
  • A tender point in a muscle
  • Difficulty sleeping due to muscle pain
  • Muscle fatigue with sitting or in certain postures

What causes fascial tightness

  • In activity or movement (long hours sitting at a desk or computer)
  • Repetitive movement patterns (work or sport related)
  • Injury or surgery

Usually treatment includes a combination of therapies
Here are some examples of therapies that work well together to treat fascial tightness:

  • Stretching -yoga, self stretching, and assisted stretching (FST)
  • Movement
  • Massage therapy
  • Acupuncture

What is Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST)?

FST uses techniques that stretch multiple lines of fascia at a time including joint capsules, and not just an isolated muscle group. This in turn increased joint mobility and range of motion.

Along with FST, Thai massage techniques are integrating into treatments to ground and relax the central nervous system to aid in stretching and to create an overall relaxing experience.

What are the Benefits of Fascial Stretch Therapy?

Both fascial stretch and Thai massage techniques can be using in conjunction to target functional, postural issues, and muscle tension. The end result will help with increasing joint range of motion; muscle recruitment; improve muscle recovery; posture; sleep; digestion; most of all relaxation and stress relief.

What to expect during a Fascial Stretch Therapy Treatment?

During the first few minutes of every treatment the therapist will ask general and specific questions focusing on what you are looking for from the treatment and any concerns you are having with respect to pain or limited range of motion. The therapist will conduct assessments, and then provide treatment. Treatment is completed on a table with straps.
During treatment slow undulating movements, traction, and PNF (proprioceptive Neuromuscular facilitation).
In order to fully benefit from FST, a few sessions are required, all though you will notice a difference after the first session.

What to wear to your Fascial Stretch Therapy Session?

Clients are stretched fully clothed, and asked to wear comfortable clothing, such as athletic wear. Socks are required.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, I do offer mobile in home services, as long as there is enough room for a massage table and additional room to extend limbs on both sides of the table. With mobile services, an additional fee will be added for travel distance.
Fascial Stretch Sessions can range anywhere from 60 to 90 mins, depending on the needs of a client. It is ideal to have a full body stretch session, as all fascia is connected and can influence muscle contractions and movement patterns.
Clients are stretched fully clothed, and asked to wear comfortable loose fitting clothing, such as athletic wear to allow for full ranges of movement throughout the body. Socks are required.
Although benefits of fascial stretch can be felt immediately after only one session, it is advised initially to have subsequent sessions weekly for the first 3-4 weeks in order to achieve and maintain joint mobility and muscle flexibility. At which time, treatment can become more for maintenance and decrease to biweekly or monthly sessions. Treatment frequency also depends on the clients needs and activity level, some clients require weekly fascial stretches if their work or recreational activities are demanding or repetitive.
Most importantly, a stretch session should be relaxing. You will feel pulling or a deep stretch, but it should not be painful. Most clients fall asleep during their sessions, or feel as though they need a nap afterwards.
It is recommended to get stretch following a workout/game/physical activity, or on a day with no activity. It is NOT recommended prior to physical activity.
Fascial Stretch therapy uses a sequence of table-based stretches which incorporate traction and oscillation in order to target fascia and joint capsules. Fascial Stretch therapy takes joints and muscles groups through full ranges of motion to optimize mobility.

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