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INVIVO will be closed on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 in observance of Labor Day.
INVIVO Yoga Members Bring-A-Friend for $5 on the First Friday of the month to our Friday night class only. The 60-minute class of Hatha Flow at 5:30 pm blends the best of Hatha and Vinyasa. Alison Brown is teaching this … Continue reading
We are excited to welcome to the INVIVO Physical Therapy Team the return of Paula Biasi Trusky, MFA, PTA, CYT, CPT. As a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, Pilates teacher and Yoga teacher, Paula combines her deep background in movement with … Continue reading
Due to severe weather conditions and for your safety and the safety of our staff,
INVIVO Wellness will be closed on Monday, January 28, 2019
Check out our NEW Membership Levels for 2020!
Ashley is a 200-hour RYT who specializes in alignment-based yoga. She has been practicing since 2000 and continues to study and progress her teaching style. In her classes, she works to provide sequencing and support designed to fit the class … Continue reading
Sarah Damiano is a teacher, traveler, bodyworker, artist, and a forever-student. She has studied yoga for more than a decade, most recently through Integrative Yoga Therapy (IYT) with Joseph and Lilian LePage, and Trauma Informed Yoga Therapy (TIYT) with Genevieve … Continue reading
Don’t let life’s nagging little pains or injury keep you from living life to its fullest. Physical Therapy by INVIVO Wellness can help. Call us at 414-265-5606 to schedule a FREE 20-minute consultation with one of our award-winning physical … Continue reading
Q. Do I need physical therapy? If you are experiencing pain, physical therapy is a good place to start. Invivo offers free 20-minute physical screening evaluations with a state licensed Physical Therapist that will help you determine if physical therapy … Continue reading
Before starting any physical therapy program, we will verify your insurance benefits and we will explain them to you at your first visit. Be aware that all insurance companies stipulate that “explanation of benefits is not a guarantee of payment.” … Continue reading
People come to physical therapy for a variety of reasons. Some clients have pain resulting from a recent injury and others have longstanding pain. No matter how you arrived at this point you are most likely a bit worried, tired … Continue reading
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