INFINITY FLEXIBILITY INTEGRATIVE BODYWORK
Janet Matthies is the founder and primary integrative bodyworker at Infinity Flexibility. Her mission – to help active people permanently eliminate pain and injury – has driven her to pursue studies in Traditional Chinese medicine, pilates, flexibility and strength training, massage therapy, and many other forms of energy medicine.
Her treatments include therapeutic massage, deep tissue muscle mashing, Phyto5 lymphatic drainage, and strength and flexibility training. Much of her work is based on the meridians – energy lines that crisscross the body – and their influence on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies.
The Meridian Archetypes are Infinity’s personification of the energy that runs through the meridians. Infinity’s blog series explores the 16 meridian personality types, meridian strength and flexibility exercises, and the power each meridian has in the body and mind.
Feel free to explore Infinity Flexibility for more information about Janet’s services and the meridians!
HELPING ACTIVE PEOPLE PERMANENTLY ELIMINATE PAIN AND INJURY
How to Support Breast Health Naturally
Learn about natural breast health support and breast cancer prevention at Infinity including treatments like massage, phyto5 lymphatic drainage, and cupping.
5 Reasons To Try Lymphatic Drainage at Infinity
Manual lymphatic drainage in Natick, MA at Infinity Flexibility is a unique experience that will help reset your lymph system and give your immune system a boost. The treatment takes place in a calming environment. A heated table, calming scents, and soothing music compliment the treatment.
Uncover Powerful Healing with the Meridian Archetypes
Years of experience in the field of strength and flexibility training has given the staff of Infinity Flexibility the ability to see past the symptoms of the body and mind to the root cause of the imbalances.
Flexibility Training: A New Way to Loosen Up
Tight muscles and a lack of flexibility are the direct results of tension in the muscles. Where that tension manifests depends on what you do every day. If you work at a desk, you may have tension or pain in your neck and shoulders. Cyclists tend to have tight quads, hip flexors, and hips. Gymnasts tight hamstrings. Dancers hyperextended limbs.
The Best Exercise for Your Meridians
Exercise for your meridians to upgrade your workouts. Infinity uses meridian exercises to balance the meridians – and now, so can you! Read more for the best types of exercise for each meridian.
The Four Worlds: Physical, Analytical, Emotional, Spiritual
The four worlds divide Infinity’s Meridian Archetypes into four states of being. The worlds can reveal a lot, including the best type of exercise for your meridians!
Profit from Change with the Rebel Archetype and Appendix
Learn more about the appendix meridian including its western medicine functions, archetype of the rebel, and exercises to restore health.