It is possible to talk of Rolfing as an elegant language within which to address patterns that obstruct the optimal physical, perceptual, and emotional function of a person. Strain patterns run through the body as a consequence of physical injuries, and the compensations that result. These adaptations may be a good strategy at the time of the injury, but since most of their content is below the level of consciousness, they tend to persist long after they are useful. Here is critical insight into how to correct those patterns of behavior and understand the many ways that Rolfing can shift your physical and emotional experience.Read More
Rolfing and Structural Integration Blog
Insights and practices on the benefits of Rolfing Structural Integration and the powerful role that it plays in healing the body and the mind.
I was recently thinking about one of the main tenants of Dr. Peter Levine's perspective on trauma: "Trauma is not in the event(s), it is in the patterns we form around the event(s) which find expression as our habits." For Dr. Levine, the nervous system is primary in the repetition of pattern; here’s my view.Read More
As an integrative manual therapist and Certified Rolfer, I use my hands to work with many of the systems of the body. I work with bones, joints, fascia, viscera, perception, the fluid body, as well as with energetic contents. I do this work to help people realize their potential in being more at ease in their bodies, and therefore, more fully and clearly engaged in life.Read More