In our fast-paced society, we sometimes resign ourselves to that idea that we will always feel tired, sore, stiff, or in pain from the strain and stresses of everyday life. While diet and exercise help promote a greater sense of wellness, we still sometimes feel like our bodies aren’t working at optimum levels. If you have been suffering from chronic pain, fatigue, or simply feel like you need a vitality boost, Rolfing™ treatment could be the missing piece of your personal wellness puzzle.
What Issues Can Rolfing™ Help Improve?
Because Rolfing works to correct problems with your fascial system, it can provide relief for many ailments of the musculoskeletal system. For example, through Rolfing, scoliosis patients often find noticeable improvement in their conditions. Athletes and even seniors use Rolfing to regain flexibility. People with repetitive use shoulder injuries find both pain relief and increased range of motion. From chronic wrist pain and back and neck pain, to simple posture improvement, Rolfing is a recognized practice that improves overall personal wellness.
What Exactly Is Rolfing?
Rolfing is a process of deep tissue body work that targets your connective tissue system, also known as your fascial system. Problems with your fascia throw your body out of alignment, and can exacerbate pain or mobility issues. Rolfing lengthens and repositions your fascia through deep-tissue massage, joint mobilization, and strengthening exercises, thereby bringing your body back into balance and alignment. A Certified Advanced Rolfer™ performs these treatments over multiple sessions, including targeted advanced sessions when necessary.
How Do I Find a Qualified Rolfer?
Bob Alonzi, a Certified Advanced Rolfer, has been serving the greater Los Angeles area for 28 years. Bob is a highly-trained Rolfing practitioner who promotes a holistic approach to personal health and wellness. He has worked with people of all ages and fitness levels, and is passionate about sharing this incredible process with those who need it most. If you would like to learn more about Rolfing massage and scoliosis, or how the process can improve chronic pain and flexibility, contact Bob for a consultation.