myotactics wellness

move better, feel better

massage & Movement Therapy

FAQ

Bradford broke his back in 2013 due to undiagnosed scoliosis and poor lifting technique.

This directed his passion and desire to become pain free and get back to his active lifestyle.

In 2017, Bradford created Myotactics Wellness in hopes to help educate his community on the benefits of therapeutic massage.

He quickly found that movement reeducation was the missing link between health, wellness, and pain relief.

Let his experience help guide you to living a pain-free existence.

Bradford Champlin, LMT, FRCms, CF-L2
CO License # MT.0020298

  • MyoThai is my signature blend of myofascial release and fascial stretching with Thai Yoga massage maneuvers mixed in. 
  • In other words, think long, deep sustained compressions done with a mix of my hands, feet, knees, or other body parts accompanied by Yoga-type stretch moves.
  • MyoThai is gentle in nature, but if the central nervous system does not react, you, the client, may gladly request more pressure. I, as the practitioner, will periodically check in to see if the pressure is adequate/sustainable.
  • Communication is pivotal in keeping both parties accountable so that we aren’t wasting time. Don’t hesitate to note if the pressure is too much.  This is not a, “no pain, no gain,” situation!  Less is more with this type of work. Sessions are suppose to be therapeutic, so let loose, unwind, and relax.

The Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) system was developed by movement specialist, therapist, chiropractor, BJJ enthusiast Dr. Andreo Spina.

It’s a mobility training system which applies scientific methods to the acquisition and maintenance of:

  1. Maximize your joint health and resiliency

  2. Recover and reduce your chances of past or current injuries

  3. Learn to fully control your body through articular strength and neurological exercises

  4. And close the gap between active and passive ranges of motion

You, as the everyday athlete, will learn:

  1. The difference between flexibility and mobility
  2. The use of Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs) as an assessment tool for joint health
  3. How to create increased range of motion through progressive and regressive angular isometric loading (PAILs/RAILs)
  4. How to control these new ranges through end range drills, such as progressive and regressive angular loading (PALs/RALs), hovers, and end range rotational training

I advise clients to wear something cozy.  Think stretchy yoga attire and forgiving sports wear.  This will help achieve your body’s full range of motion.

  • No worries.  If you aren’t there within 15 min of appointment time, I’ll call to make sure you’re still on the way.
  • I always buffer my sessions for 30 minutes afterwards just in case you’re running late. Cause life happens.
So glad you asked! Below is a short video detailing how to get into the building from the parking lot down to my office space.  You can always call/text me at 720.432.6366 if you get lost.

Contact

hours

By appointment only
Mon-Fri: 9a – 7p
Sat-Sun: Closed

Location

825 E Speer Blvd Suite 9, Denver, CO 80203

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