STRETCH THERAPY™ OVERCOME BACK PAIN COURSE

Stretch and Relax Yourself To a Pain-Free You!

Unlock your body and discover the secrets of using easy-to-do stretching exercises to quickly overcome lower back pain and sciatica.

Did You Know?

  • Over 87% of cases of back pain are misdiagnosed.
  • Up to 50% of the population has an actual (skeletal) leg-length difference.
  • Specific easy-to-learn stretching exercises can dramatically reduce pain while increasing mobility.
  • Relaxation exercises supercharge the healing effects of stretching.

Stretch Therapy™ Healing Series

No Expensive Equipment

The entire course can be done using only a chair, a cushion and a belt or strap.

In Your Own Home

Overcome back pain in the privacy of your own home. Watch the easy-to-follow videos on your TV.

No Complex Movements

Kit understands that you are in pain and guides you safely through the course step-by-step.

Amazing Results

Do a few short routines 2 or 3 times week and progress at your own pace to amazing results.

Pain, stiffness and impaired mobility are not inevitable:
it’s all in what you do, or don’t do.

Kit Laughlin, author of the international best-selling book, “Overcome neck & back pain” and the creator of the Stretch Therapy Method, brings over 30 years of research and experience helping literally tens of thousands of real people overcome their back pain.
Are you ready to leave your pain behind? Get started now!

Discover the Easy-to-Do Stretching Exercises That Your Body Craves.

Included in this course:

01

Hips & Lower Back

We start from the very beginning so you can safely and easily acquire the fundamentals you'll need on your journey to a better, pain-free you!

02

Sciatica

This video teaches you the proven stretching techniques that will alleviate sciatica pain and increase your spinal flexibility. These should be taught to everyone!

03

Whole Spine

Video 3 focuses on whole spine movements and hip flexors. These muscle groups play a critical role in chronic back pain and overall well being.

04

Spinal Rotation

Video 4 focuses on whole spine rotation and sciatica pain reduction exercises. Building on the foundations of video 2, put in the effort and you'll get results!

05

Piriformis

Video 5 includes advanced piriformis, sciatica and calf stretches. These stretching exercises have been proven to be especially good for pain reduction.

06

Quads & Hamstrings

Video 6 focuses on quadriceps, hamstrings and a passive back bend stretch. By the end of this program you'll be surprised at how flexible you've become!

Also includes 14 in-depth, detailed instruction videos explaining each exercise.

1

Chair Side
Bend

2

Chair Forward Bend

3

Chair Piriformis
Stretch

4

Chair Rotation
Stretch

5

Cat Sequence
Stretch

6

Floor Seated Rotation

7

Floor Hip
Flexor

8

Lying Hip
Stretch

9

Tabletop Piriformis Stretch

10

Floor Bolster Piriformis

11

Standing Calf
Stretch

12

Standing Quad
Stretch

13

Elephant Walk
Stretch

14

Passive Back
Bend

Comes with 4 deep relaxation bonus videos!

STRETCH THERAPY™ OVERCOME BACK PAIN COURSE

All too often, back pain is blamed on structural problems seen on X-rays. And while these conditions can cause back pain, the truth is that far more often the cause is excessive muscle tension.

YOU WILL LEARN...

  • How to re-balance the muscles that are causing you so much discomfort.
  • How to relax deeply, and how to embody this in daily life.
  • How to identify the “hidden causes” of your back pain.
  • How to alleviate pain, stiffness and improve movement.
  • How to hear and interpret the signals your body is sending you.

This is not some miracle cure. It's not a pill or a super-food. The good news is that the program is very doable.
This is not going to be a strenuous, hardcore exercise regimen that is going to leave you frustrated and exhausted. It will take 8-12 minutes, every second or third day, and it will transform your experience of living in your body.


HEAR WHAT OUR STUDENTS HAVE TO SAY

The range of stretches for each muscle group, most trainers just know a standing quad stretch and don't know how to progress the stretch. I think the progressions and variety of stretches are fantastic; if one position doesn't work for a client then there are other versions to choose from.

I've had difficulty with flexibility for most of my adult life, and despite trying several different programs, I seemed to wind up more stiff and sore afterwards, so I didn't stay consistent. I like ST mainly because it worries more about the technique first, then Kit and Liv go into the why as you progress. There is also a variety of stretches and levels of difficulty to choose from, so I feel less like I 'have to do program X today' when I'm really sore and more like 'it's okay to dial back today'. What I like most is that I've never gotten a hint of elitism from any of the presenters. If I take a little longer, it's okay; I don't feel like I'm not 'doing it right' or not 'working hard enough', which oddly enough encourages me to review more and make sure I'm getting the most out of the stretches. 

To me ST seems highly focused on pain relief and takes a very practical approach to achieving its goals. The movements are presented clearly and concisely. The instructors know exactly what they are aiming to accomplish with the movements. I suppose the focus on pain relief coupled with the knowledge and experience of the instructors are what defines ST for me. I need to fix my body and I have a limited time to spend doing that. ST has earned my confidence and I believe in its ability to help me meet my goal without a bunch of guess work. 

Depth and quality of the material: focus on the how you feel/how you body/mind response, emotional awareness related to the moves. openness, honesty, cost-reasonable (I can afford it, various programs I don't even think about it).

Non-ego, constant learning approach that you can feel from Kit, Olivia and the other "guests" on video.

I feel very comfortable watching you guys, you are very concise and informative through each video I've watched and you seem like really nice people - which is different from other mobility programs as they seem a little less friendly and some more about ego. 

The exercises are actual doable for a person with no history of sports. The explanations are very clear.