Feelgood Fascia Helps With Healing
After an antibiotic wreaked havoc on her stomach and body in 2012, Tiffany Warwood spent the next three years bedridden with nerve damage from head to toe along with other ailments. After months of failed attempts to diagnose and treat her conditions, she went on a holistic journey to find her way back to vibrant health.
“I made it my full-time job to figure out how I went from perfectly healthy to that difficult state,” she says. “Through my research, I discovered that my connective tissue (fascia) was negatively impacted by the antibiotic I was on.”
Warwood says she opened Feelgood Fascia a year before the scientific community understood the importance of it, and gratefully, tools had already been invented by another person, who like her, was in pain. The treatment – fascia blasting – made Warwood feel like someone flipped a switch that allowed her to move with less and less pain after every procedure. After two months of treatments, she was no longer bedridden.
“I realized then that I needed to bring professional fascia blasting to my community,” she says. “We have helped thousands who had mystery pains and illnesses. My unique insight due to my personal experience has helped make our success rate high, and it’s the most rewarding career I could have chosen!”
“Relieving connective tissue tightness and adhesions can alleviate not only chronic pain, but also cellulite. It can tighten loose skin, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, and accomplish it all without surgery, needles, or pins,” she says. “Clients have canceled surgeries after visits to our spa, and some wear shorts or a bathing suit for the first time in years. I have also discovered other incredible treatments and products that change lives, and it is my quest to share them and help others live their best lives.”
“There is nothing more satisfying than to hear someone tell me about everything they can do now as a result of Feelgood Fascia.”
– Tiffany Warwood
Warwood had very little money to start her entrepreneurial journey, and she says the free, quality consulting from the SBDC was an incredible gift. She recommends that anyone considering a startup begins with the SBDC. “Don’t reinvent the wheel or try to do it all on your own,” she says.
Warwood says having to close her business for seven weeks due to Covid was her biggest challenge. “I had been open for five months in our beautiful new spa in Lehi when Covid hit,” she says. “I had no idea if I would ever reopen. It was terrifying. When you’re pioneering something most people have never heard of, every moment and every dollar counts. I had to just put one foot in front of the other and press on.”
Warwood says Camille Pendleton, her advisor at the SBDC hosted at Utah Valley University, was kind, inspiring, supportive, protective, and helpful.
“She maintained an excitement throughout our time working together,” she says. “Every time I met with her, I felt like I had a buddy helping me pursue my dreams! She gave me so much encouragement but also kept me grounded in the reality of approaching a startup. Her help gave me the confidence to start and persevere when things got hard. The SBDC was a lifeline to me when I needed it most!”
Warwood says the most satisfying thing about her business is the clients. “I get to laugh, cry, be hopeful, and celebrate with my clients every day,” she says. “There is nothing more satisfying than to hear someone tell me about everything they can do now as a result of Feelgood Fascia.”
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