Benefits from Rolfing?   


Many neck, back and other physical problems are actually the symptoms of chronic
postural restrictions. Long periods of one-sided work like sitting at a computer, driving,
or long standing hours at work can stress the body.

Traumas such as car accidents, falls, surgery and sport injuries can also lead to stiffness
and pain in the muscles and joints. Rolfing is widely regarded as being one of the best
ways of dealing with such problems. Because the body is better balanced after Rolfing,
it expends less energy against gravity. This is sometimes experienced as higher level of
awareness and vitality. Chronic discomforts can disappear immediately or soon after the
series is completed.

Although Rolfing is mainly concerned with structural changes, any change in the physical body will inevitably affect the whole person. Rolfing clients often report positive changes in their outlook on life and in their ability to handle emotionally challenging situations. Rolfing is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment. It makes no attempt at diagnosis and does not prescribe. Its purpose is to bring order to our structure, and in doing so it enhances the functioning of the whole person. 


People from all walks of life who have benefits from Rolfing, including:

  • People riddled with Chronic Pain and Stress (i.e. from whiplash, car accidents, sports injuries, repetitive muscle strain from factory and computer occupations).
  • Computer users suffering from hand, arm, neck and shoulder pain
  • For people who feel stiff and want to improve their flexibility.
  • For people who are out of balance or feel chronic tension in their body
  • Athletes, Dancers, Musicians, and other people interested in improved performance.
  • Students and teachers of Yoga, Meditation and Martial Arts.
  • Women preparing their bodies to better handle the extra weight and strains from pregnancy and labor.
  • Women experiencing post-childbirth low back pain and pelvis pain.
  • Children of all ages, including toddlers.  Pre-teenagers gain balance to help them through the emotional time of puberty.
  • People in psychotherapy, by facilitating a deeper connection to their emotional conflicts.  People may experience considerable psychological/spiritual growth as the emotional history stored in their bodies is released.


Benefits of Rolfing



 Benefits of Rolfing