advancedrolfing | Spinal Biomechanics
Rolfing is a body therapy system of hands on manipulation and education designed to improve whole body alignment, balance, flexibility, and use. Anatomically, Rolfing addresses the connective tissues of the mus­cu­lo­skel­e­tal system. Like a unified web; muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments, joints, and bones seamlessly attach to each other. Their beautiful interweaving reveals that the whole, truly, is greater than the sum of its parts. Rolfing seeks to return these myofascial relationships to their natural order and integrity.
Rolfing, mus­cu­lo­skel­e­tal, connective tissues, manipulation, muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments, joints, pain, bone
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Spinal Biomechanics

Skills in Structural Integration with Bruce Schonfeld

This will be an active, hands-on class ad­dress­ing basic spinal bi­o­me­cha­nics and associated soft tissue strain patterns to release the spine at core levels. Structural strategies, palpation and assessment skills, and joint and my­o­fas­cial mobilization techniques will be covered. Joint play, end range and leverage concepts will also be covered. Associated craniosacral and visceral anatomy will be dis­cussed. This class will com­pli­ment a massage therapist’s current skills and offer new ways of helping clients with back pain.