Sampler Program

Are you looking to experience what it’s like to decompress your fascia before you dive into Block Therapy? 
The Sampler Program consists of 9 videos where we share some of the basic principles of Block Therapy, using a rolled-up towel as the tool. This will give you an understanding of fascia decompression and how significant it is to work in your fascia for on-going health and wellness.
We share some of the positions to open the flow to improve oxygenation to cells, as well as some strengthening exercises to pull your body back into better alignment. You will gain an understanding of Block Therapy with this program, which may engage you to want to explore the deeper connections that are made with the practice.

Program Breakdown


Day 1

You will learn the Belly Position which will teach you to connect to your diaphragmatic breath. 

Day 2

You will learn 2 additional positions with the belly position to release the tension around the ribcage.

Day 3

You will learn how to brace the core and direct your breath as you continue to strengthen the diaphragm. Having control over your core brings a sense of confidence to your movements and improves your posture.


Day 4

You will learn new positions to lengthen the hip flexors. This will release tension form the back and improve blood and oxygen flow into the legs.

Day 5

You will learn how to align and strengthen the lower body. This will bring a sense of balance and symmetry to your legs, with additional exercise to strengthen the glutes.

Day 6

You will learn how to release the calves. The lower legs are one of the main cause sites for everything in the body, even issues with headaches and shoulder pain.


Day 7

You will learn how to address the armpits to release adhesions in the shoulders that affect range of motion.

Day 8

You will learn an exercise to engage proper alignment for the shoulder blades.

Day 9

You will learn how to release and realign the hands. Everything in the body is connected, and the alignment of the hands has a direct impact on the shoulder joints, and even the muscles of the upper back and neck.