Interactive Bodyworks is a unique integrative method curated by Adam Horkavy, owing to the many distinct modalities and alternative techniques he’s explored to unwind repetitive dysfunction and facilitate movement. Located above Art of Acupuncture, you’ll find the space centering, surrounded by spiritual and theological inspiration.
Adam’s techniques, including myofascial release, Thai massage, shiatsu, neuromuscular, and trigger-point release are used to reboot muscle and fascial memory. Coupled with a Thai-inspired integration of manual movement through dynamic stretching, new muscle memory and fascial relief is created. Every session begins with a thorough conversational discovery of what your body is experiencing and how peripheral occurrences in your life may be impacting your musculature.
Interactive Bodyworks has evolved since its origin, being especially shaped by Ashtanga yoga. It is a strong, layered practice; contrasting swift asana with long holds, each posture building on the previous. Adam Horkavy brings this disciplined experience to each session, implementing traditional therapeutic methods with the contrast of inspired holistic release.