Rolfing & Manual Osteopathy

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The family of Structural Integration Rolfing Structural Integration, developed in he 1950s by Ida Rolf, is manual therapy based from Osteopathy that restores postural balance by releasing connective tissue adhesions. The slow, penetrating pressure of this style of bodywork takes advantage of the unique property of fascia to soften when steady pressure cause fascia to change its states. Structural Integration therapists-sometimes known as Rolfers- are trained to perceive the holistic effects of each local intervention and to adapt the depth and pace of their touch to the client’s develop body awareness. Rolfing along side with movement education will realign and balance the body’s structure with the field of gravity that we live in. It’s truly a holistic process of structural change that’s meant to not only improve physical well-being, but also emotional well-being.

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Some Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, sessions can customized from one session to five sessions. These sessions are chosen based on the pattern the individual body holds.

Your comfort is the most important thing; most clothing can be worked around. However, the Rolfing “uniform” usually consists of underwear (women – bra/underwear, no sports bras. Men – briefs or boxer briefs). You can be covered with a sheet or blanket during session if you wish, for you comfort. It’s a priority that you are comfortable, so please talk to Jenna if you have any concerns about what to wear to the Rolfing session.

This is a very common question and the answer differs from person to person. Some find sessions extremely relaxing while others may have moments of intense sensation, but it should never feel painful.

I’ve worked with people aged 6 weeks to 80 years old, with those who are coping with significant challenges such as Parkinson’s, stroke recovery, or severe trauma from accidents and injury, as well as those who are in excellent health but are interested in Rolfing to enhance their athletic performance, to deepen their personal journey through bodywork, or to just plain improve their posture. Rolfing Appointments can also include: CranioSacral Therapy (CST) The central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) has the most influence over the body’s ability to function. CranioSacral Therapy is a gentle, hands- on approach to releasing tensions within the central nervous system. CST evaluates and releases restrictions in the central nervous system by gently feeling various locations of the body to test for the ease of motion and rhythm of the cerebrospinal fluid pulsing.

Unfortunately, not in most cases (the bodywork world we are not considered a form of massage therapy but rather a form of Structural Integration) As such, we are not covered by nearly all insurance companies these days. On the bright side, any health care savings plan that you have set up can often be used for Rolfing. I can provide receipts for the deduction. *Check with your insurance plan in advance to see if Rolfing could be submitted.

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