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Dynasty Health Welcomes- Coco Finaldi

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Who is COCO FINALDI?

Coco Finaldi, Holistic Bodywork Practitioner & Wellness Coach. In my bodywork practice, I provide personalized programs for Business Owners and Health & Wellness Practitioners who suffer from high stress, chronic pain or the general pressures of life who are committed to reclaiming & sustaining their health. In my coaching practice, I mentor women who suffer from grief, trauma, loss

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and stuckness, so they can heal from past wounding, step into their most confident, brilliant self and live a joyful and inspired life.

Coco began her career in holistic health and wellness over 17 years ago. Originally from Montreal, her studies in Yoga led her to work, travel and live in beautiful places such as California & Hawaii. Finally landing in Vancouver in 2005 and currently splits her time between beautiful Vancouver and Montreal.

As a movement and wellness Practitioner she has obtained certifications in various Yoga traditions, Thai Yoga Massage Therapy (Registered RMQ), Naturotherapist (ANQ), Coaching and Personal Training.

Coco is a passionate mover, creator and bodyworker. Her curiosity and studies of bio mechanics and her commitment to active lifestyle & yoga philosophy contribute to her embodied, mindful and transformative approach in all of the modalities she practices. Coco also works with clients as a holistic life coach.

Her vision and aim is to compassionately guide and help people move toward their goals, to find greater mobility, freedom, ease and optimal health in their mind, body and spirit.

Coco Finaldi
Holistic Bodywork Practitioner + Wellness Coach
Yoga | Bodywork | Self Care
Thai Yoga Massage Therapist (RMQ) + Naturotherapist (ANQ) + Yoga Teacher E-RYT 200 + Personal Trainer + Wellness & Inner Work Mentor

What People Say About Working with Coco.

Coco is helping me to create space and really focus on me and what I want to do. I love her approach and the time she offers me. Its authentic, and real. I like the tools she give me to really sink in in what I truly am. I love the spirituality and the objectivity…

― Audrey L.

Coco is a natural coach who cares deeply for her clients. With her guidance you will uncover possibility and turn possibility into reality.
― Em

There’s so much for me to continue working on! I’m super grateful for the time you put in and knowledge passed on. You really are special, Coco and I feel blessed to have you in my life.
― M.K.

 

Coco I have been rereading all your documents you send me and I can tell you this. I have been taking notes of my feelings and planning for my future and I see a such a difference since I started working with you . You made me realize things about me that I didn’t know…

― Y. A.

What is Thai Yoga Massage?

This dynamic bodywork therapy has its roots in Ayurvedic Medicine & Yoga practices. Originally from India, it traveled to Thailand where it took on its more common form as Thai Massage.
In this unique system of Thai Yoga Massage, also called Nuad Boran, the practitioner guides the client through a series of postures, while palming and thumbing along the body’s energy (‘Sen’) lines and pressure points. Together these actions result in a comprehensive full body treatment that relieves muscular tension, improves circulation, boosts the immune system and balances the body energetically.

What is Zenthai Shiatsu?

Zenthai Shiatsu is movement based therapy & healing. It is being held and moved with focused Intention.

Zenthai is a fusion of 3 traditional and contemporary massage and bodywork techniques: Zen shiatsu, Traditional Chinese medicine principles (acupressure points and meridian lines, acupuncture without needles includes cupping, moxabustion and lifestyle/food advice).

Traditional Thai massage; releases muscular tension and energetic blockages

2) Osteopathic techniques includes joint mobilisation , connective tissue patterns and fascial stretch & unwinding.

Treatment plan is created following initial client assessment. Coco is also trained in trauma informed yoga and bodywork. Dependant on the client, session may include many postures or fewer postures. The work is performed on a mat on the floor; both client and practitioner are dressed in comfortable clothing allowing ease of movement and flexibility.

Added Benefits:

• Helps detoxify the body and boosts the immune system
• Increases blood circulation and lowers blood pressure
• Great for muscle relaxation, increases flexibility in muscles and increases mobility
• Improves posture, balance, corrects body alignments and dissolves energy blocks
• Helps tone the body, strengthens joints and fights diseases including chronic joint problems• Reduces and relieves stress and anxiety
• Helps boost energy levels

*Again, please wear or bring with you comfortable clothing that allow you to move and stretch.

Common Questions:

What do I wear for the treatment?

For all treatments, wear comfortable clothing (as you would for yoga), comfortable, loose or stretchy is best.

Can I speak during the treatment?

Yes absolutely. Every client is different. Overtime you receive a treatment is different. you may find that you have to communicate during one treatment and find yourself very silent in almost asleep in the next. It varies and all communication is welcome.

Can I wear jeans, what if I forget to bring comfortable clothing?

The treatment can still be done but it will be restricted and may reduce its impact and potential in the range of motion department.

Can I work out after?

I recommend tuning into how you feel and making that call for yourself. It is recommended to wait about 24hrs post massage before engaging in weight training or cardiovascular exercise. Should you do it too soon, it may impair the body’s ability to recover from the massage and

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3) may increase soreness or inhibit some of the effectiveness of the soft tissue or joint mobility work you received.

Recommendations for post treatment care:

• Drink plenty of water and fluids to help waste removal and recovery.
• Try and remain in relaxing environments and effort to stay mindful of your body and mindstate.
• Keep warm, avoid drafts.
• Notice any pain, discomfort or improvement up to 48 hours post treatment. Please

communicate anything; questions, observations, concerns to me via email.
• Follow post care recommendations and exercises I may assign.
• Take an epsom salt bath to help with toxin removal, tension release and soothes the nervous

system.
• Book another appointment!

Inquire further or book a consultation 

You can also email us at Info@dynastygym

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