Many clients come for help with chronic pain.
This can be carpal tunnel syndrome, neck and lower
back pain, TMJ or headache pain.
With these clients, I work to balance restrictions
that are directly related to their complaint and also
balance their entire structure in order to help prevent
recurrence of that complaint.
Clients come complaining of the results of accidents,
such as a car crash or sporting injury.
Each person’s situation is the unique combination
of their accidents added onto their unique pattern of
Clients come because they want relief from chronic
patterns of physical and emotional tensions.
They can put their finger on their pattern of
tension, but haven’t been able to completely relieve it,
even though they may be participating in activities such as
yoga, massage, chiropractic adjustments, Pilates classes,
exercise programs and psychotherapy.
Rolfing can be a wonderful complement to these and
other modalities that you may already be using.
In addition, I will sometimes recommend that a client
undertake activities like these to support and extend the
results of our work together.
Whether you are a yoga fan or avid golfer, martial
artist, dancer or rugby player, you may have wished for more
ease, comfort and grace in what you enjoy doing.
Research into Rolfing® shows that after Rolfing®,
subjects performed the same tasks with less effort and
The body’s “drag” on itself is reduced.
Clients say that they are more coordinated.
Many of my clients report changes to their feeling of
vitality and liveliness.
Some come to me specifically because they feel
“stuck” and want to work to free up some of their
Rolfing can help to allow feelings and
self-expression to flow and bring us into better contact