How does your work stand out from other Rolfers and Bodyworkers?

There are many practitioners of Rolfing ® Structural Integration which is a whole body approach to pain relief and life transformation. Manipulating fascia causes Structural Realignment, postural balance, freedom from tension, pain and old injuries, scar tissue and emotional trauma with a rebalancing effect that allows freedom of movement as well as improved balance and energy. Rolfing client’s...
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Is Rolfing Painful?

Rolfing was developed by Dr. Ida P. Rolf PhD. Rolfing Structural Integration is a whole body approach to pain relief and life transformation. There are 206 bones in the body and multiple segments stacked upon each other. Each part is in relationship with whatever is adjacent to it and relative to other segments. We live on a planet that is influenced by the force of gravity. Manipulating fascia...
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What Is The Difference Between Massage Therapy and Rolfing Structural Integration?

One question that I get asked regularly is what the difference between Massage Therapy and Rolfing Structural Integration? It’s simple. Rolfing makes permanent structural changes that continue beyond the session as we focus on Structural changes and movement or functional integration and gravitational balance. Rolfing creates length and space between joints, often alleviating nerves and...
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Rolfing Offers Emotional Healing Benefits

Rolfing ® Structural Integration is a whole body approach to pain relief and life transformation. Manipulating fascia causes Structural Realignment, postural balance, freedom from tension, pain and old injuries, scar tissue and emotional trauma with a rebalancing effect that allows freedom of movement; better energy; improved balance, healthier attitude and a better life. I don’t just touch...
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Why do people come for Rolfing?

People come for Rolfing for a variety of reasons. Chronic tension and pain are usually the motivating factor. In today’s world there doesn’t seem to be a shortage. Basic Rolfing* is generally a ten session series; each session has a specific set of anatomical territories and goals for each session. The sessions are like ten parts with an overall goal for a body that is better balanced within the...
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