What is a Rossiter session like?
With a Rossiter Workout, most of the work is done with you, the client, lying on a mat on the floor.
In a Rossiter System session, you, the client, are called the Person in Charge (PIC) as only you know the area that is painful. Only you know how much discomfort you can tolerate when doing a stretch. The therapist is called the Coach. The role of the coach is to make sure that you understand what movement is required and that you are doing as best you can. The better you do the stretch, the quicker you will feel improvements.
So, you lie on a mat on the floor. The Coach then places their foot on the muscle to be stretched. The Rossiter Coach applies pressure until you, the PIC, says "That's enough". The Coach then asks you to assume the "lock position." (This is a posture that helps to enhance the effect of the stretch.) The PIC then performs the stretch for about 10 seconds. This procedure will be repeated with the pressure being increased or the position of the foot being slightly altered. Sometimes by slightly shifting the foot, the PIC can feel that the stretch is "right on the spot."
A Rossiter Workout results in improved mobility and freer movement. Best of all, the pain is gone! With a Rossiter System stretch, there is an immediate release so you can get back to your activity straight away but pain free!
Contact your local Rossiter Coach to book your first session.