Welcome to Stretch Zone

Wake Forest

Start living the movement.

Assisted stretching sessions can bring a huge improvement to your life. Try assisted lower back stretches for sciatica in Wake Forest at our gym. You can try a free one by contacting us today!

– Re-educate nervous energy 

– Lasting improvement 

– Maximize your stretch reflex

Fun Facts About Wake Forest  

– Forbes once named Wake Forest as one of the fasting growing suburbs in the United States 

– Wake Forest University was founded in Wake Forest in 1834, but they moved to a new location in Winston-Salem in 1956 while still keeping the same name 

– E. Carroll Joyner Park hosts the Wake Forest Dance Festival every year in the fall 

Wake Forest is rich with historical locations, which include the Bailey-Estes House, Lea Laboratory, and Rock Cliff Farm 


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    Hours of Operation

    Monday – Friday

    The Stretch Zone Method® addresses flexibility from a neurological perspective. This is achieved by dealing with the muscle’s nervous tension (“tonus”) to reach an optimal active range of motion. The goal is not to make a person more “flexible” or “elastic,” but rather enable you to move more functionally by re-establishing a more ideal resting muscle tone. By re-educating the associated nerve-muscle reflex, the Stretch Zone Method® leads to movement becoming easier and more efficient.

    Rather than creating soreness by pulling on our limbs to extremes, the Stretch Zone Method® works through the nervous system to achieve lasting gains in flexibility and range of motion. The method rests on the notion that changing and re-educating our muscle’s nervous energy is a major factor in unleashing our body’s intended function. This nervous energy, known as the stretch reflex, is our body’s automatic defense against the dangers of over-stretching. Any movement that goes too fast or too far, or is held for too long, will cause your body to resist with the stretch reflex. Once the reflex is activated, your body has effectively said “no more” and resists the stretch. Any further attempt at stretching becomes counter productive and may even cause long term damage.