Do you have back or joint pain that you wish would just go away!?


Do you suffer from nagging or recurring injuries?


Do you think you should have better posture and more flexibility?


Are you an athlete wanting to improve performance and learn the best recovery techniques available?

If your answer is YES to any of these questions then ELDOA METHOD may be exactly what you need!

ELDOA METHOD Classes have many unique benefits and an incredible success rate not only for the purposes of rehabilitation but also in the prevention of injuries, improvement of posture, recovery, and overall wellbeing. You may feel immediate relief and lasting results when you integrate the ELDOA METHOD Classes and techniques into your routine.

Although new to New Zealand, the techniques used in the ELDOA METHOD Classes are being allocated to patients by Osteopaths, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors and Health Practitioners all across Europe, Canada and the United States. Professional Athletes from the NHL, MLB, NFL, PGA, UK track and field Olympic Team and more, are using these specific techniques to improve their performance and recovery time from competitions and training.


Advanced Fascia Techniques Designed By The Expert

- World Renowned Osteopath Dr. Guy VOYER -

Myofascial Stretching Technique with Guy VOYER DO

Myofascial Stretching Technique with Guy VOYER DO

The ELDOAs and Myofascial Stretching techniques used in these classes were created by Guy VOYER DO, a world renowned Osteopath and trained Medical Doctor from Marseilles, France. Highly sought after for his expert fascial therapy and training techniques, Dr. VOYER developed the ELDOA over 35 years ago and teaches the ELDOA, Myofascial Stretching along with many other techniques as part of his Osteopath, Somatraining and new ELDOA Certification Programs.


To find out more about Guy VOYER DO - including locations and details of his upcoming courses and treatment schedule, please visit:

I was introduced to the classes thinking it was literally a stretch class for flexibility. After taking the first class, I quickly realized it was very different.
— Kimberly Green