Rolfing is a body therapy system of hands on manipulation designed to improve whole body alignment, balance and flexibility. Rolfing addresses the connective tissues of the musculoskeletal system.Learn About Rolfing
Visceral Manipulation is a form of manual therapy that addresses the anatomical and energetic relationships of the body's organs. It is organ specific fascial mobilization.Explore Visceral Manipulation
Craniosacral Therapy is a form of manual therapy that uses a range of manipulation techniques to reestablish anatomical and energetic balance of the craniosacral system.Explore Craniosacral Therapy
Manual Therapy is the art and science of using hands on manipulation for therapeutic purposes. Integrated Manual Therapies is the blending of interrelated modalities.Understand Manual Therapies
Often the seemingly most mundane or habitual activities are the places in everyday life where a little movement education and/or ergonomic adjustment can help minimize or eliminate ongoing tension.Learn More
One thing talk therapy and manual therapy have in common is that they both deal with unresolved issues. Typically, talk therapy deals with how issues are stuck in time, or in the mind, whereas manual therapy deals with how issues are stuck in space, or in the physical body.Explore Mind & Body
“A wonderful benefit I had right after the first Rolfing session was a sense of lightness, particularly on the ice. I felt very compact and totally in control, I had increased energy, better balance, and extra agility.”
"Rolfing has been stretching out muscle fibers that haven't been stretched for 30 years. When I started, my muscle fibers felt like petrified rock. Now they are getting progressively softer, more supple, and gaining elasticity."
"There is one major reason to take Rolfing seriously: it works. Not only can it dramatically change people's bodies, it can transform their lives as well. Rolfing is powerful stuff."
"Athletes always need help with chronic injuries, muscular strains and overuse. The Olympic athletes wouldn't have as many injuries if they had appropriate soft tissue therapy. Rolfing is valuable for athletes in high level competition to address the build up of scar tissue and disarrangement of myofascial tissue that occurs from training, competition and injury."