Get to Know Rolfing

Rolfing® Structural Integration is a form of manual bodywork that – in contrast to normal massage – is focused on lasting change in terms of the structure and function of the body. The aim is better alignment, i.e. posture, which of course improves both overall wellbeing as well as the way one moves.

Rolfing involves manipulation of the fascia, which is found throughout the body: fascia permeates, wraps and supports every muscle, bone, nerve and organ in your body. Rolfing improves how this network of fascia works in order the resolve chronic tension patterns and allow your body to be more upright and balanced.

Regardless one's age, occupation or level of physical activity, each and every Rolfing is ideally matched to the needs of the individual client.

Normally, a Rolfing series consists of a sequence of ten cohesive and well-ordered sessions, which are systematically arranged and interrelated. Nonetheless, there is always the possibility for individual Rolfing sessions. A Rolfing session lasts about 75 minutes.

Why Rolfing? 

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The terms Rolfing® und Rolfer™ are service marks
of the Rolfing Institute of Structural Integration,
which is located in Boulder, Colorado (USA).
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