For over half a century, people have been turning to Rolfing for various reasons: relief of chronic/acute pain, poor posture, headaches, improved athletic performance, and better balance and mobility. By living in a state of injury or pattern dysfunction, we perpetuate states of discomfort and inherit the belief system that everyday pain is part of life. Rolfing can help to reboot the body so that it is once again fluid, effective and efficient.
The Benefits of Rolfing Include:
- Less tension in the body
- Relief from jaw and neck pain
- Relief of plantar fasciitis
- Increased flexibility
- Better athletic performance
- Better awareness and sense of connection with the body
- Relief of TMJ
- More mobility and motility
"People may call it old age [getting older]; yet all these signals may be pointing to a single problem so prominent in their own structures and the structures of others that it has been ignored; they are off- balance; they are at war with gravity."
"An effective human being is a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts."
Ida P. Rolf, founder of Rolfing, Structural Integration