What is Rolfing and does it work?
Rolfing is a form of deep tissue massage named after Dr. Ida P. Rolf, an American biochemist who referred to her work as “structural integration.” Dr. Rolf designed the system as a way to deeply manipulate and reorganize connective tissue and fascia.
Rolfing Structural Integration is a sequential hands-on therapy, designed to improve a person's posture and structure. Rolfing SI can potentially resolve discomfort, release tension and alleviate pain. It aims to restore flexibility, revitalize your energy and leave you feeling more comfortable in your body. The genius of the work rests on
People seek Rolfing as a way to reduce pain, improve posture and diminish chronic muscle tension, generally resulting from physical and emotional traumas. Rolfing is used by many professional athletes to break up scar tissue, rehabilitate injuries, and increase range of motion to improve performance and avoid future injuries.
How does the 10 Rolfing Sessions work?
Each individual session takes about an hour to 75 minutes. The Sessions, are spaced from a minimum of two days to as long as three weeks apart. A person can complete the Ten-Series in as short as five weeks to as long as six months or more.
Who can receive it?
Children, teens, adults, business professionals, athletes, and people from all walks of life will benefit from Rolfing SI. People seeks it as a way, to ease pain and chronic stress, improve wellbeing in their professional and daily activities.
How Can Rolfing Help You?
Rolfing Structural Integration is often the last thing that people try and the only thing that works. Those who are suffering from the following conditions often find relief from Rolfing
Few Symptoms that will improve or resolve: