Matrix Repatterning

A gentle and incredibly effective hands-on assessment and treatment technique.

What is Matrix Repatterning?

Matrix Repatterning involves finding then treating the points in the body that are causing pain or dysfunction. These points are often found far from the location of the pain or discomfort. With six to twelve treatments, the practitioner works on the entire body to correct and facilitate healing and decrease pain at its source. Matrix Repatterning treatments gently restore the natural state of balance by releasing deep tension in all affected parts of the body. Once balanced, we are better able to heal, become resilient, and withstand tremendous forces. This balanced state allows us to stay healthy and maintain well-being.

How does Matrix Repatterning work?

The body is connected electrically and by soft tissue from head to toe. We each have areas of tension in our bodies that create head-to-toe tension patterns. Any movement in one location of the body is “felt” by and affects the tension in every other part of the body. The Matrix Repatterning assessment detects these deep areas of tissue tension corresponding to blockages in the electrical pattern of the body. The treatments gently release this tension helping the body shift and restore balance in the soft tissues improving mobility and function, and decreasing pain. Matrix Repatterning allows clients to breathe easier, sleep better, and enjoy an increased quality of life.


During treatment, the client stays fully clothed and is supported with pillows and bolsters. The assessment and soothing treatments work through a series of hand placements at key points compressing gently in specific directions. The client is usually on their back or side for treatments.

Benefits of Matrix Repatterning include:

  • Relieves acute or chronic pain caused by injuries
  • Increases movement
  • Improves quality of sleep
  • Reduces flare-ups and re-injury
  • Rebalances soft tissue tension in the body

Matrix Repatterning helps treat the following conditions (but not limited to):

  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Knee or Joint stiffness
  • Post-concussion symptoms
  • Neck pain, headaches and migraines
  • Lingering pain from fractures or sprains
  • TMJ dysfunction
  • Tennis elbow
  • Overuse injuries
  • Back tightness
  • Hip pain