Rolfing for Stiff Neck

Rolfing for Stiff Neck

In a world where more people than ever spent significant amounts of time focused on a screen, large or small, neck pain affects the vast proportion of Americans. Research reported by Harvard Health notes that about 80% of Americans suffer neck pain at one time or...

How Often Should I Be Rolfed?

How Often Should I Be Rolfed?

Clients often ask how often they should be Rolfed. Since Rolfing is typically a series of ten sessions, the question can be interpreted as wondering how close together the sessions could or should be administered, or an inquiry as to how often the ten session...

The Origin of Rolfing

The Origin of Rolfing

As you know, Rolfing is a method of organizing and aligning the body in relation to gravity. Have you ever wondered how this system came to be? Let’s explore the origins of Rolfing. Dr. Ida Rolf Ida Rolf, a brilliant woman, was born in 1896 in New York City in the...

The Rolfing Core Sessions

The Rolfing Core Sessions

Previously, we explored the first three Rolfing sessions, which are referred to as the sleeve sessions. The purpose of the sleeve sessions is to balance and loosen the surface layers of connective tissue. Moving forward, sessions four through seven are known as the...

Rolfing Sessions Two and Three

Rolfing Sessions Two and Three

Last month we covered what to expect in your first Rolfing session. Moving onto sessions two and three, we’ll continue our in-depth discussion of your Rolfing sessions. In our last blog, we learned that the first three sessions are grouped together under the term...

Your First Rolfing Session

Your First Rolfing Session

You’ve done your research and have familiarized yourself with the basic tenets of Rolfing. You’ve decided it’s something that could significantly contribute to your overall well-being and you’re ready to make your first appointment. Now you may be wondering just...

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