The Body Has Its Reasons

 
 
  • Who Invented Rolfing?

    For many, the experience of Rolfing unlocks something so profound and innate – a feeling of being more yourself. Rolfing, and its founder, Ida P.... Read More

  • How Much Rolfing Do I Need?

    The Basic Ten Series Rolfers take ten sessions to organize the entire system of fascia in the body. 1. In the first three sessions the... Read More

  • Can Rolfing Help with Stress?

    Physical stress mirrors emotional suffering “Physical stress mirrors emotional suffering, relief from physical constraint markedly affects emotional misery.” – Dr. Ida P. Rolf While Structural... Read More

  • The Benefits of Rolfing

    Rolfing: A pathway towards health Structural Integration helps your body to develop optimal balance and coordination for standing, sitting and moving – at any stage... Read More

  • How Does Rolfing Work?

    Fascia organizes & shapes us Fascia, a connective tissue, is the packing material of the body. It envelopes the muscles, bones and joints and holds... Read More

  • How Does Rolfing Feel?

    While Structural Integration has the potential to affect profound change, great respect is paid to the comfort range of the client so that the process... Read More

  • Acupuncture & Surfing: Treating Injuries

    Athletes are prone to injuries including ankle sprains,  tendonitis, and repetitive strain.  Surfer’s have some unique challenges. Before surfer’s can catch a wave they paddle... Read More

  • Can Acupuncture Help with Hormones?

    Women’s menstrual cycles are directly related to a series of changes of three key hormones: estrogen, testosterone and progesterone. Hormonal imbalances, including infertility and irregular... Read More

  • Your Birth Experience and Rolfing

    Many Rolfers believe that we are shaped by our early experiences, including childbirth. When the fetus experiences difficulty or trauma during gestation or in... Read More

  • Can Acupuncture Help with Long Covid?

    Post-Covid symptoms Acupuncture can play an important role in treating post COVID syndrome. About a third of people who have had COVID develop long-term symptoms.... Read More