Introductory Offer

Here are some questions to consider beforehand:

Do you have a body issue that is causing you pain or discomfort?

Do you want to learn about and understand the chain of events that brought you to your current state? 

Are you ready to put in the mental and physical effort to resolve your issue(s) once and for all? 

If you answered "YES" to the above questions, you are a great candidate for ReaLine® Training.

Introductory Offer

1. Consultation

We will discuss:

  • Realistic short-term and long-term goals
  • Expectations and commitment level
  • An overview of what the training sessions will look like
  • Special needs or considerations

2. Assessment

We will:

  • Assess your posture and movement habits
  • Assess your breathing patterns
  • Assess your joint mobility
  • Discover and identify the root of your symptoms
  • Identify movement patterns that we can start changing immediately

3. Trial Session

We will:

  • Use  ReaLine® devices to start activating some key muscles 
  • Gain awareness of how your body works as a unit and how everything is connected.
  • Send you home feeling rejuvenated and excited


Postural/Movement Assessment

Trial ReaLine® Session

Total 90min


※ If you decide to commit to a monthly plan on the same day as the trial, your trial session will count as your first session of the month. (you save $60-$75)  


This is an opportunity to try out and get a feel for how the ReaLine® method can benefit you.

If you don't decide to continue, you will still take home a lot of understanding and knowledge about your own body from even the one trial. 

Now, fill out your "Pre-Consultation Questionnaire"


An exception can be made if you are not good at filling out online forms. In that case, you can print it out and bring it to the appointment.   Please contact me in advance if you wish to do this.

Looking for just a consultation without the trial?

To book a complimentary consultation (without a trial session),
click here.
* Note:   "Pre-Consultation Questionnaire" is still required. 

 A consultation is only available online or on a call at this time.