Meet Allison Pfeiffer, NKT LMT
Mobility for Longevity Specialist
Allison Pfeiffer is a Certified Neurokinetic Therapist (NKT) and Licensed Massage Therapist specializing in athletes of all ages and levels, with a focus on helping them achieve their performance goals and maintain healthy, functioning bodies. She likes to work with anyone who wants to feel better in their own body.
Every NKT and massage client gets taught how to use the Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls, specifically linked to what is found during a session. Allison is passionate about helping people live better in their bodies and to care for themselves, preventing injury and dysfunction whenever possible. Mobility for longevity is her mantra.
"We all create dysfunction through acts of daily living, but these patterns don't need to stay in our bodies. If people are willing to make an investment in themselves and learn how to maintain their bodies through good self care, mobility and healthy choices, then so many injuries and chronic pain issues could be prevented and resolved!"
Allison Pfeiffer is a dedicated professional focused on combining the many modalities of self-care to help her clients live better in their bodies. Beyond NKT and Masaage, she is a Certified Wellness Professional, Certified Yoga Tune Up® Teacher, Roll Model® Method Practitioner, BEAUTYCOUNTER Consultant, doTERRA Independent Product Consultant, athlete and yogi.
Why Neurokinetic Therapy?
NKT can help with...
Scars, Post Surgical Function
Scar tissue and facial disturbances from injury or any surgery can cause muscle inhibition or over activity, creating issues that may effect recovery and full function.
Pain Patterns & Chronic Tension
Areas of the body that hold constant tension, even after massage or stretching, can be part of a dysfunctional muscle pattern that needs to be cleared out for proper function to be restored.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Pelvic floor dysfunction can cause hip pain, incontinence, bowel issues, pubic pain, and many others related problems. Over active or under active muscles of the pelvic floor need to be assessed and treated accordingly. Kegels may not be helpful and can exacerbate dysfunction.
Often following a concussion, the muscles of the eye can have difficulty and cause eye strain, vision issues, headaches, and neck tension.
Ankle ligaments can become part of a pattern of dysfunction after a sprain or strain and need to be checked to avoid repeated injury and instability.
If you have had a surgery where an intubation tube was used you may have an issue with your Hyoid bone getting displaced and causing swallowing, chocking, or neck mobility issues, with or without pain.