• Bringing the body's natural structure into balance

The Whole-Body Approach to Well-being: Rolfing® Structural Integration

by Jeffrey, Maitland, PhD
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The Benefits of
Good Posture
(length: 4 min 26 sec)

by Murat Dalkilinç

French Film on Rolfing (English subtitles)
(length: 8 min 53 sec)

by Camacro Production

Clients turn to Rolfing

• for relief from chronic pain and tension
• to rehabilitate from an injury
• as an alternative to surgery
• to relieve symptoms from scar tissue
• to feel more ease in breathing
• for better posture and balance
• for athletic and everyday performance
• to feel more ease in movement
• to recognize and free restricted patterns
• to connect with their body
• for better body awareness
• to move with peace of mind

Rolfing helps to relieve symptoms from

• neck, shoulder, elbow, back, knee, hip pain
• sciatica
• nerve impingements
• plantar fasciitis
• foot neuromas
• headaches and migraines
• scoliotic patterns
• frozen shoulder
• carpal tunnel syndrome
• tendonitis
• tension and tightness


Your Rolfer

I'm a Certified Advanced Rolfer.  The highlight of my day is to help you meet your goals towards a happy, healthy, functioning body through structural techniques and movement awareness. My work integrates Structural Integration, Visceral Manipulation, Nerve Manipulation, Scar Tissue and Bone work, and NeuroKinetic Therapy.

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