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Take Control of Your Chronic Pain

Your Path to a Pain-Free Life Starts Here

If you have tried literally everything from stretching to painkillers to manage your chronic pain to find out that the effects are at best temporary, you are not alone. The good news is that there are still other options available.

Work with a team that can help you develop a personalized plan that may include simple lifestyle changes as well as other therapies.  

Millions of people suffer from chronic pain, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. It is important to remember that managing chronic pain is a journey, not a destination. There will be ups and downs along the way. But with the right pain management plan and support, you can learn to live a full and active life despite your pain.

  • Loss of mobility is NOT a normal part of the aging process. In fact, research shows that we have the ability to restore lost mobility and improve alignment well beyond what we believe.

  • Our modern sedentary lifestyle has caused many of us to lose some specific range of motion in our major joints.

  • Wellness is a journey of finding the tools and techniques to help us return to our optimal function.

Prevent the Onset of Chronic Pain

Prevention is always better than cure.

You can learn how to prevent the onset of chronic pain altogether. Our educational platform will educate you on the lifestyle changes, exercises, and habits that can help you maintain a pain-free life. By taking proactive measures, you can avoid the physical, emotional, and financial toll of chronic pain. GET THE SUPPORT YOU NEED TO TAKE CHARGE...
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Pain is NOT an ordinary part of life! Pain is a sign that something is needs to be addressed. Chronic pain and stiffness can be managed with the right type of movement. As long as we keep moving, our cells will continue to regenerate and can adapt and restore much of the strength, flexibility and range of motion of our younger years.

  • Techniques that focus on slow, methodical movements help to release tight muscles and rigid fascia, rebalancing the tissues that support posture.

  • Using movement to build body awareness, provides the knowledge to find our optimal posture in daily activities.

  • Building strength and flexibility supports our daily activity (functional fitness).

  • Resting and engaging in lower intensity activity provides the conditions for the body and nervous system to reset and repair.

Our Team

Partner Pamela Thomas

Pamela J. Thomas, the owner of Fiber of Life LLC, is an integrative wellness coach, consultant, and catalyst. She is the owner of Fiber of Life LLC.

She is a Restorative Movement Practitioner, Certified Integral Postural Alignment Therapeutics Specialist, and Certified L4 EssentricsⓇ instructor focusing on providing inclusive movement experiences for those looking to get out and stay out of pain.

Pam holds a MDiv from Union Presbyterian Seminary, a MBA from the Wharton School and a B.A. in Economics from Princeton University.

Partner David Carter

Dave Carter lives in Goochland, Virginia with his family. He is a Functional Manual Physical Therapist and owner of Hands On Physical Therapy LLC of Goochland.

Partner Katia Sanon

Katia Sanon lives in Toronto, Canada.  She is a Manual Osteopathic Therapist, Certified Athletic Therapist CATC, an L4 Certified Essentrics® Instructor, and owner of Fleksyon. 

Maintaining & Restoring Wellness​

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A Focus On Everyday Functional Movement

An at-home option to support your work with therapists, chiropractors, and other wellness and health practitioners to restore posture and wellbeing

The Benefits

Restorative movement is designed to optimize the body’s full potential. Most exercise is designed to load and break down the muscles in an effort to help them build back stronger. Restorative fitness focuses on easing pain and restoring joint function with gentle simple movements. When you learn how to move efficiently your entire body functions more effectively and efficiently.

  • Reduce Pain

  • Regain Flexibility & Mobility​

  • Improve Conditioning & Strength​

  • Develop Balance & Stability​

  • Recover Alignment & Posture​

  • Support Ease of Movement & Overall Wellness​

Our clients say...

Viola H.

This has been a GREAT Workout session for me. It is a slow pace workout that engages many muscles that I never knew existed but now I recognize. I am more flexible and some of the pain I had been feeling is slowly decreasing. I strongly recommend this class to those seeking to improve their health.

Chandra C.

Since joining the class I have a greater awareness of the positive effect of stretching and achieving some pain relief. Pam is warm and flexible to reach everyone's physical level. I thoroughly enjoy meeting weekly and would highly recommend. I'm truly grateful for connecting and working with you. Your class has really been an awakening for me.

Dory M.

Pam is a wonderful instructor. She takes time to explain the benefits of each series of exercises and her passion for what she does is evident. She is friendly, welcoming, and informative and I always feel great after every class! I recommend her class to anyone who wants to feel better, move more freely and relieve aches and pains. Thank you, Pam!

Suzanne S.

This program fortified me with valuable information and a variety of new and simple methods for addressing my back pain and increasing my flexibility, balance, and core strength; I can easily incorporate these into my daily routine at home and accomplish feeling more pain-free and energized by doing so. Thank you for compiling this program.

Restorative Movement could be the most important wellness practice you have never heard about...


  • Is Restorative Movement for me?

    Wellness and fitness require activity as well as rest and rejuvenation. Learning how to listen to the wisdom of our bodies will improve our quality of life. Restorative movement is recommended for any level of fitness. High-intensity exercise requires some recovery time for maximum benefit. Beginners will benefit from learning proper posture and techniques to ensure their fitness journey will not be cut short.

  • I am in pain and am worried that this might make my pain worse.

    Did you know that 80% of pain is caused by imbalances in the muscles, joints and connective tissue in our bodies? Restorative movement with its focus on gentle movements to improved posture and alignment is the antidote to chronic pain caused by imbalances.

  • I am a high performance athlete, why should I focus on restorative movement?

    Our bodies are designed for movement but in a balanced way. Equal focus on effort and rest allows the body to do what it does best. Professional athletes find that rest and recovery are critical to longevity and remaining injury free..

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