• For a huge boost in overall health and well-being
  • To feel integrated, body and mind
  • To get resolution to stress/aches/pain that got better with other approaches but didn’t resolve
  • To move through a difficult phase (growing up, job loss, divorce, loss of loved one, trauma, life transition)
  • To improve conditions like flat feet, bow legs or knock knees, scoliosis, poor posture, poor sleep, poor breathing, and the list could go on. I’ve worked with just about everything in a client’s history, including: spinal fusions; laminectomies; herniation; to avoid or recover from surgery; joint replacements; infant and toddler foot braces; carpal tunnel; connective tissue disorders; post-pregnancy issues; ADD; clinical depression; bone or tissue anomalies; serious or multiple injuries; trauma; etc.
  • To free you and your body of: residual imbalance from injury; emotional trauma; and mental stress
  • To improve athletic ability, regain flexibility, and release tension patterns

Rolfing SI and Rolf Movement work in the connective tissue matrix of the body (also known as fascia) which is a continuous web that goes surface to deep, head to toe, side to side, front to back, layer to layer, and also relates us to the field of gravity. It connects and relates everything with everything else (so it also can create pain, restriction, and immobility when distorted, injured, traumatized, and from habitual movement patterns and postures). I can tell you from experience that 92% of the time, where my clients report pain is not the root of the issue; it is a secondary effect to the issue.

I work with your structural dynamics so things can come back into a balance where symptoms dissolve, and ease arises as a new normal.

A Rolfing SI session includes three major aspects: (1) hands-on work; (2) your participation with this process [and I have many approaches to help you learn how to do this]; and (3) education so we can drop mistaken ideas that disrupt structural integrity and gain a body that supports us.

Clients can do a tune-up, or mini-series, when they experience the need. Typically, my clients return for their first tune-up in 4-10 years, and it usually takes only one session to get them back on track. If, however, there has been a major injury, significant life change, trauma, or simply a desire to revisit this process for an even greater level of structural integration, sessions can be done at any time.

I work Monday through Friday. Typical appointment times are: 12:00 noon; 1:30; 3:00; 4:30; and 6:00 PM.

The session fee is $140 (check or cash).

Best to do a session once a week or once every two weeks, though frequency can adjust around finances, business trips, and vacations.

A Rolfing SI process is typically 10-15 sessions, but best to start with only one to experience this work and the improvements/changes.

Rolfing SI is not a technique but a change process focused on a goal and rooted in structural principles. Then too, each session also has goals, and each session builds on progress from previous sessions.

For example:
Early in your process, we will work with your lower legs and feet because, in one way, you are like a tall building. You know tall buildings need good foundations. So does your structure. Commonly, after this session, clients say more of each foot is on the floor; ankles and legs move more easily, legs feel more dependable; or the body feels more rested. I often give each client something to notice each day to support and reinforce what they are now experiencing.

  • For a huge boost in overall health and well-being
  • To feel integrated, body and mind
  • To get resolution to stress/aches/pain that got better with other approaches but didn’t resolve
  • To move through a difficult phase (growing up, job loss, divorce, loss of loved one, trauma, life transition)
  • To improve conditions like flat feet, bow legs or knock knees, scoliosis, poor posture, poor sleep, poor breathing, and the list could go on.  I’ve worked with just about everything in a client’s history, including: spinal fusions; laminectomies; herniation; to avoid or recover from surgery; joint replacements; infant and toddler foot braces; carpal tunnel; connective tissue disorders; post-pregnancy issues; ADD; clinical depression; bone or tissue anomalies; serious or multiple injuries; trauma; etc.
  • To free you and the body of:  residual trauma from injury; emotional trauma; and mental stress
  • To improve athletic ability, regain flexibility, and release tension patterns