1. How do I
begin at BodyWorks?
initial consultation will consist of a medical history discussion,
postural evaluation, physical assessments, and either a bodywork
session or a movement therapy session depending on the client's
personal needs. To read about one client's experience, click
many times does one need to attend a Pilates session per week?
client requires different needs, depending on whether rehabilitation is
in order, or a general conditioning program is desired. Radonna and
staff recommend 2-3 sessions per week to benefit a client's goal, along
with emphasis in pursuing cardiovascular workouts on off days from
What is the difference in bodywork and massage?
bodywork as a "process-oriented" pursuit to general good health
focusing on chronic pain patterns, mis-alignment, and neuromuscular
problems. We also specialize in Swedish techniques that allows a client
to relax and be nurtured.
What is the difference in GYROTONIC® sessions versus Pilates sessions, and how do
you distinguish the client's needs?
methodology provides a unique form of movement therapy. While Pilates
establishes a strong core through a linear format, utilizing spring
tension on various pieces of equipment, GYROTONIC® movements allow freedom
of range of motion in a circular flow using a sophisticated apparatus.
Both methods are beneficial for everyone, but at BodyWorks we
personalize each client's needs and desires based upon our expertise
you design home programs if one cannot attend BodyWorks on a regular
of our clients travel and cannot be consistent in their therapeutic
workouts on our premises, so we create a personalized home program for
maintenance. These exercises are derived from use with therabands,
physioballs, exercises taken from the Pilates Mat programs and GYROKINESIS®.
makes BodyWorks different than other facilities in the area?
specialize in treating each individual uniquely, even in our
semi-private sessions. Integrating bodywork with movement therapy has
been Radonna's approach for the past 25 years. Although BodyWorks is
not the only studio that offers this approach to treatment and fitness,
BodyWorks was the first studio in North Carolina to introduce Pilates
and its benefits associated with hands-on manual therapy. BodyWorks was
also the first studio to host GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® trainings in North