Structural Integration - Deep Tissue Bodywork, Posture and Movement Education

"When the body gets working appropriately, the force of gravity can flow through. Then, spontaneosly, the body heals itself."
Ida Rolf, Ph.D.

Structural Integration SkyhookUtilize gravity to lift you up
rather than tear you down

Learn healthy posture
& movement patterns

Reduce tension
pain & discomfort

15 years of experience
2500 hours of training

Rolf Structural Integration is a form of deep myofascial bodywork incorporating movement and posture education. Unlike a massage this work engages the client in their own unique healing process. The client is an active participant during the sessions; embodying a new way of being, feeling and experiencing their body and its environment. In a session we seek more natural alignment in the joints, increased relaxation of connective tissue, a sense of emotional grounding and expansional balance throughout the body. This deep awareness facilitates more ease of use, efficiency in movement and reduces overall tension and discomfort.

Structural Integration Blog

Moving X-Ray Shows Joint Movement

Sep 5 2014 : Blog

This is so cool, these are x-rays pasted together to make an animation of these joints. I am totally an anatomy nerd and I got pretty excited to see these. I don’t think anything like this has been done before, at least not to my knowledge. This joint function is what Structural Integration seeks to promote. Check it out!

This was the work of Cameron Drake as a project for Dr. Noah Weiss.

How a Mysterious Body Part Called Fascia Is Challenging Medicine

Aug 19 2014 : Blog

The scientific community has developed an interest in fascia research as of late. Rolf Structural Integration works primarily with fascia, how will this research relate?

Structural Integration Can Be Emotional… in a good way.

Jul 11 2014 : Blog, Testimonials

In my early 20s, I went through Rolfing, a form of deep-tissue bodywork, and I nervously anticipated the fifth session, the one that goes deep into the belly. But instead of gobs of repressed emotional pain, what poured out was love…

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