Fascial Stretch Therapy is a unique, complete and complementary system of table-based assisted stretching, focusing on the fascia and joint capsule as the key elements in achieving optimal flexibility, strength, performance and pain relief.

Fascia is a network of layered connective tissue that surrounds muscles, bones and joints. A joint capsule is also a connective tissue structure that surrounds joints and is involved in optimizing the mechanical function of the joint as well as gives it nutrients. When the fascia and joint capsules are restricted it can cause:

  • Decreased joint space which can lead to degenerative joint diseases and osteoarthritis
  • Increased muscle tone which can lead to trigger points, strains, tendonitis and tears
  • Increased nervous tissue tone which can lead to headaches, trigger points and muscle tightness
  • Increased scar tissue formation
  • Decreased blood flow and energy levels, and much more


  • Improved posture
  • Anti-aging
  • Reduced risk of injuries
  • Releases endorphins which are natural pain suppressants
  • Improved strength
  • Decreased stress
  • Improved athletic performance
  • Decreased muscle soreness
  • Improved sex, and much more
**Permission has been granted by the Stretch To Win Institute to use the trademark Fascial Stretch Therapy (TM) or FST(TM) as long as certification is maintained in good standing. For more information about FST(TM) please visit www.stretchtowin.com.**

60 min Initial consultation = $95

30min = $60

60 min = $86


Crystal DErry

Crystal offers FST sessions, individual and group class mobility sessions at Synergy.  Crystal is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan Kinesiology program and has an done extensive work in the exercise and rehabilitation world.  Crystal's focus is on improving your wellbeing through mobility and helping you achieve your goals through experience and education. 

Stacy Sigfusson

Stacy followed his love of health, fitness, and physical culture by pursuing a degree in Kinesiology at the UofS, and currently works as an Exercise Therapist specializing in cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation.  He also has a background in musculoskeletal and neuromuscular rehab.  Stacy’s professional credentials include being an ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist, an NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist, certification with Precision Nutrition, and of course a certified Fascial Stretch Therapist.  

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