Rolfing is a holistic treatment modality based upon the insights gained from anatomy, biomechanics and physics. With Rolfing, we bring imbalanced structures back into alignment thanks to a very special form of manual technique. Classically, Rolfing builds on the 10 series where each session has a clearly defined goal and addresses a specific area of the body. Slow and precise strokes allow freeing up the adhesions in the myofascial tissues. Thanks to Rolfing, you can recover or improve an effortless and upright posture. You are experiencing more freedom of movement as well as a deeper and more efficient breath.
Dr. Ida P. Rolf who lived from 1896 – 1979, developed Structural Integration what later became known as Rolfing.
Rolfing can support you in letting go of negative movement habits by replacing them with ecological and smooth movements.
Rolfing focuses on the myofascial network of the body.
The individual appearance of every human being – our unconsciously adopted posture
Classically, Rolfing builds on the 10 series where each session has a clearly defined goal and addresses a specific area of the body during each session.
Ideally, gravity evenly distributes throughout the body.
Changing our structural alignment can bring about positive psychological changes.