Why should I take a workshop for my ache and pain relief?
Workshops are very cost effective from a consumer standpoint. Pain Gone Now techniques – Rossiter and Resistance Stretching – provide you with skills that will stick with you for the rest of your life. These techniques were designed with you in mind. They’re highly effective and easy to learn. Also, in every workshop, you practice and experience the techniques so you not only complete the workshop with more knowledge, you also complete the workshop feel really good.
Even though a workshop makes sense, does Pain Gone Now have private sessions?
Yes, you can schedule a private session to begin or continue your Pain Gone Now experience. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a session.
How much time will it take to get results from Pain Gone Now?
The goal of Pain Gone Now is to help you feel better quickly. You can expect to notice results after your first one or two stretches…regardless of the workshop you take.
Who takes Pain Gone Now workshops?
Mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, people with pain, people who want to be healthier, and health professionals all take Pain Gone Now workshops. All of these people want to learn new and effective ways they can help themselves and the people around them feel better faster. Pain Gone Now workshops are designed for people with all levels of knowledge and experience.
Can I use Pain Gone Now in my company to help increase employee health, engagement, and satisfaction?
Yes! The key elements in Pain Gone Now – Resistance Stretching and Rossiter Workouts – have been used in business settings in a variety of locations.
Can I become certified in Pain Gone Now techniques and use them in a clinical or healthcare setting?
Yes, you can become certified to provide Resistance Stretching and Rossiter Workouts professionally. You might even be able to obtain Continuing Education hours for taking these courses.
What is Resistance Stretching?
Resistance stretching is a stretch that provides both strength and flexibility to the person who is doing it. No equipment is necessary. For a basic Resistance Stretch, all you need is you!
How does Resistance Stretching work?
During a Resistance Stretch, the muscle group being stretched is contracting (shortening) while it’s being compelled to lengthen. This is known as an eccentric contraction. It is different from the traditional way of stretching because in a traditional stretch there is no contraction to the muscle group being stretched. It is the muscular contraction plus the simultaneous muscular lengthening that creates the strength and flexibility that are unique to Resistance Stretching.
How does Resistance Stretching contribute to Pain Gone Now?
Resistance Stretching is a set of techniques that you can do by yourself, at home, at work, or almost anywhere….no equipment necessary. These stretches are highly adaptable to your personal goals and they are useful for both pain relief and general fitness.
Where does the resistance in a Resistance Stretch come from?
The resistance comes from you (if it’s an individual stretch) or your trainer (if it’s an assisted stretch).
Resistance Stretching can be done on your own or with a Resistance Stretching trainer. The stretches you do on your own are called self stretches and can be a very good workout all by themselves. If you choose to work with a Resistance Stretching trainer using the assisted stretches, you’ll find that the intensity and benefits of your workouts increase greatly.
What is a Rossiter Workout?
The Rossiter Workout is a series of power stretches. These stretches are done with a partner and can quickly relieve aches and pains from any muscle or joint in the body.
How does a Rossiter Workout relieve pain?
Rossiter Workouts relieve pain by loosening the body's connective tissue – fascia and muscles. Fascia is the membranous tissue that surrounds every muscle fiber, bundle of muscle fibers, and bundle of muscle fiber bundles in the body. In fact, if all of our skin was gone, nothing would fall apart because the fascia holds it together. Many people believe that it’s just tight muscles that are causing their pain...what they don't know is that the fascia is extremely important when long-term pain relief is the goal.
Think of fascia as the body's saran wrap. When saran wrap comes off the roll, it is nice, smooth, flat, and easy to use. With just a little bit of movement though, saran wrap starts to stick to itself and anything else it touches…eventually it is all crinkled up. This is what happens to the fascia in our body…over time, it gets crinkled up and stuck. The crinkling and sticking of fascia causes pain. Rossiter Workouts pull out the crinkles in the fascia. When fascia is smooth, muscles, nerves and blood vessels all have more space to move and function. More space equals less pain.
How does a Rossiter Workout contribute to Pain Gone Now?
The Rossiter Workout techniques quickly relieve pain so that you immediately feel better. A Rossiter Workout stretch typically relieves aches and pains faster than medication. Once you’ve experienced relief from your aches and pains, you’re more likely to choose activities, such as Resistance Stretching, to enhance and further your wellness experience.
Will a Rossiter Workout hurt?
Yes, a Rossiter workout stretch does hurt for the 10 seconds that it lasts. It’s no worse than going to the gym and ‘feeling the burn.’ You control the amount of ‘burn’ and you can stop it at any time. You get your results (pain relief and increased flexibility) by being willing to move through ‘the burn’.
Stepping on people sounds weird, why does a Rossiter Workout have to use a foot and not a hand?
A Rossiter Coach uses their foot for two reasons. The first reason is because of efficiency. For enough weight to be added to create a pain-relieving stretch, a foot (with the body behind it) is simply the easiest way to get the job done. The second reason is to keep your Rossiter Coach healthy and pain-free. A Rossiter Coach who uses their hands or elbows to add weight for a stretch will be more likely to hurt their own body because hands and elbows are not designed to apply the amount of weight needed for a Rossiter stretch.
I’m already seeing a chiropractor for my pain, how does Pain Gone Now compare to a chiropractic adjustment?
Pain Gone Now technique stretch your body’s connective tissue (fascia, muscles, ligaments, and tendons) whereas a chiropractic adjustment realigns the bones in your spine (vertebrae). It is your connective tissue that helps keep your vertebrae in alignment. If you connective tissue is well stretched, your spine will more easily stay aligned.
If I’m taking pain medication, can Pain Gone Now help me?
In a Rossiter Workout, for your safety, it is important that you be able to feel your body. If you cannot adequately feel your body stretching and strengthening, it’s possible that you could make your condition more uncomfortable. It is recommended that you not take pain-relieving medications before a Pain Gone Now workshop or session.
I have osteoarthritis, can Pain Gone Now help me?
Yes, Pain Gone Now techniques have been very helpful in relieving the pain and inflammation caused by osteoarthritis.
My doctor says that my pain is caused by bone rubbing on bone, can Pain Gone Now really make a difference for me?
Yes, Pain Gone now techniques are helpful for pain caused by a bone rubbing on bone diagnosis.
Rossiter Workout stretches help increase the amount of space/flexibility in your connective tissue(to decrease the amount of pressure of the bones rubbing together) and Resistance Stretching helps your body to be stronger to help you maintain the space you’ve created.
My pain is caused by a herniated or bulging disc, could a Pain Gone Now help with my condition?
Many people with herniated and/or bulging discs have experienced relief using Pain Gone Now techniques.
I have a pinched nerve, how does Pain Gone Now relieve pinched nerve pain?
In simple terms, a nerve that is being pinched is being squished. No matter what that nerve appears to be squished by (muscles, bones, tendons, or ligaments, a squished nerve always complains. When a nerve complains, you feel pain. Rossiter Workouts and Resistance Stretches very efficiently stretch and strengthen the connective tissue in the area of the complaining nerve. When the tissue is stretched, space is created, and when the tissue is strengthened, the space is maintained….resulting in the nerve becoming unsquished. Unsquished nerves stop complaining and your pain goes away.
I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, can Pain Gone Now help me?
Yes, Pain Gone Now techniques have helped contribute to fibromyalgia type pain relief.