ROLFINGThe Rolfing method of structural integration is designed to change the relationship of the major segments of the body, so that they line up closer to the pattern in which the body is most natural, comfortable, efficient and attractive.
People use Rolfing to improve posture, relieve chronic pain and stiffness in muscles and joints, perform better physically, thus reducing injuries and increasing biomechanical efficiency, and to resolve psychological issues that are reinforced by old patterns. Usually it is clear in one session if Rolfing will address the specific goals of each client.
Rolfing has refined its technique over time and practitioners are trained to be responsive to the speed which each person can release held places. For most people, Rolfing is nurturing and profound, and the results are long lasting.
Rolfer, Deep Tissue Massage therapist, Psychotherapist & Stress coach
I am a certified rolfer who has been working in the field of holistic for around 30years, starting in The Hogarth Club since it opened in 1981,
Rolfing addresses the postural, structural and functional issues in the body in the field of gravity and its associated chronic pain and stiffness.
People of all walks of life and of all ages come to Rolfing not only for relief from their pain and stress but also for improving performance in there professional and everyday actives, such as sport and yoga. After Rolfing you will sit and stand taller and move with less effort. You will breathe more easily and look and feel lighter.
I also incorporate other techniques in my work to help resolve any chronic stress or emotion that maybe locked within the structure. Having studied Mayan Abdominal Massages with Dr Rosita Arvigo in Belize I can also use non-invasive massages techniques to improve organ function for both men and women.
I have a practice every Tuesday at The Hogarth clinic and the rest of the time I work in Lewes, East Sussex.
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