Melt Method For Swimmers
Are you a swimmer who is puts in more hours during your winter swim workouts? Would you like to:
- Enhance performance?
- Decrease recovery time?
- Restore hydration directly to vital muscle fascia, tendons and ligaments?
- Increase stretching capability for improved range of motion?
- Reduce chance of injury?
- Feel like you just got a massage without paying massage rates?
- Get the benefits of cupping without the pain associated with it?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, join me at an introductory class to the MELT Method for swimmers. The MELT Method is a simple self-care technique using rubber balls and soft foam rollers. Learn simple MELT Method techniques to “juice up” your fascia before meets for peak performance and after training to help you recover in less than 10 minutes a day.
What: Introduction to MELT Method for Swimmers
Who: Swimmers (parents of swimmers welcome too)
When: Sunday, November 13 at Tipton Lakes Athletic Club from 3-4:30 pm.
Where: Tipton Lakes Athletic Club Yoga Room
Class space is limited to 16. Register early by calling at 812-344-8719 to secure your spot.
More detail about why you want to learn the MELT Method?
Avoid serious injuries from the repetitive nature of swimming including:
- Swimmer’s shoulder
- Rotator cuff impingement
- Biceps tendinitis
- Shoulder instability
- Breaststroker’s knee and hip
- Back problems
Also, learn how to avoid or recover faster from the small injuries that don’t excuse you from practice including:
- Calf Cramps
- Jammed Fingers
- Paddle Collisions
- Shin Bruises
- Heel Slams
Class space is limited to 16. Register early by calling at 812-344-8719 to secure your spot. This class assumes all participants are able to get up and down from the floor and are free from major health issues, especially painful autoimmune disorders. If you have a painful autoimmune disorder, MELT can help you too, but this class is not the correct venue to be learning how to MELT.
My name is Kari Nusterer. I’m a licensed massage therapist (LMT) and MELT Method Instructor. The focus of my massage practice is working with clients who have injuries and neurological complaints. I have worked with several swimmers, young and old, who suffer from pain caused by the repetitive nature of the sport. With this class, I’m interested in helping swimmers avoid this pain and teaching them how to take care of their bodies for life so they can continue to enjoy their swimming for years to come, and, if desired, continue to compete in college and beyond. You can read more about me at my web site: www.therapeuticmassagebykari.com and learn more about the MELT Method at https://www.meltmethod.com/about/.