It’s the end of December. Have you made your New Year’s Resolutions yet? Many resolutions involve fitness or better health for the upcoming year. Let me help you meet your goals! My hope is that this website will help people cultivate personal wellness and give information and exercises to those who are interested in self-rehabilitation for injury.
My goal is that this website will give you the tools to feel healthy, move without pain, do the activities you want to do, and feel happy and complete.
Now, you might be wondering Who are you?
My name is Sarah Stockett, and I’m STOTT certified in Matwork; Reformer; Cadillac, Chair, and Barrels; Injuries & Special Populations; and CORE. I also am a RYT 200 with Yoga Alliance, and I have studied Active Isolated Stretching.
My Personal Recoveries
Although my educational background is important, I think my injuries and the challenges I’ve faced are what set me apart as an instructor. I have:
- had two c-sections,
- progressed in fixing diastasis rectus abdominis,
- lived with pubis symphysis dysfunction (while pregnant),
- stabilized an unstable pubis (after pregnancy),
- lived with an umbilical hernia,
- rehabilitated an umbilical hernia repair,
- fixed my plantar fasciitis,
- healed and rehabilitated a broken neck, and
- fixed my sciatica.
But my favorite and most persistent injury I have is dysfunction with the piriformis and psoas. Despite my best efforts, these two muscles periodically get cranky and cause me problems. Because of this, I tend to try to teach and incorporate exercises that keep these two problem muscles balanced and healthy.
My Work with Clients
Since 2002, I have worked as a Pilates instructor, personal trainer, and yoga instructor. I have worked with clients who have had issues including:
- rheumatoid arthritis,
- diastasis rectus abdominis,
- knee replacement,
- spinal fusion,
- cervical vertebrae surgery,
- low back pain,
- bulging discs,
- wrist surgeries,
- foot surgeries,
- fused toes,
- neck tension,
- hernia repair,
- psoas disfunction, and
- piriformis disfunction.
My passion is for helping people recover from injury and feel good while moving.
Please enjoy the next 5 posts, as we discuss:
5 Tools to Master Your Resolutions
What are your New Year’s Resolutions? Let me know below in the comments.
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