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Link Movement Lab:
Linking increased knowledge to better movement.

Link Advanced Movement Mechanics

LINK Movement Lab

Whether you are recovering from an injury, want to improve your performance in the sports and activities you love, or simply lay the foundations for a healthy future, efficient movement is crucial.

You may have started to notice some changes in the way you perform daily activities such as walking, running, getting in and out of the car, for example, or an increase in aches and pains when doing the sports or hobbies you love.

At the Link Movement Lab we examine your specific movement habits and improper compensatory strategies you’ve developed over the years that may be causing unhealthy movement or causing you pain. Building on a scientific base of Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy we get creative in developing a program to improve mobility, stability, strength, balance and coordination.

We help people who have locked themselves out of fluid movement through tension, effort, and habits and teach them techniques to move better and feel better.


When you come to us, we will:

  1. Assess You; your current movement patterns, identify potential weaknesses and compensatory patterns to establish a baseline.
  2. Relate the test findings to your needs, your activity or sport. Examples include: overall mobility, range of motion, balance, body alignment, weight transference, rotation, coordination of the upper and lower body.
  3. Design a program to activate the correct muscle groups in proper sequencing for both stability and mobility.
  4. Teach you to gradually increase the complexity, coordination and load (i.e. endurance) until they meet the demands of your sport or activity.
Link Advanced Movement Mechanics