Structural Integration, also called Rolfing, is a unique way of combining Myofascial Release Techniques with Coordinated Movement to:
Release Fascial Restrictionsd
Balance and alignment to the fascia, muscles and bones .
Increase Range of Motion
Create More space
More ease &
Structural Integration is a means of working in the soft tissue to interrupt compensation patterns, get the bones moving toward alignment, create more range of motion and alleviate pain.
The Pelvis is the cornerstone for alignment. Eric has advanced training in balancing the tissues surrounding the pelvis to treat:
Sacro Iliac Joint Pain
Low Back Pain
Sacrum, coccyx and pelvic dysfunction and pain.
Leg Length Discrepancy
Limited Range of Motion
Structural Integration changes the structure of the body to provide long lasting ease and relief.
Structural Integration, as Dr Ida Rolf created it, is most effective when The Rolf 10 Series is followed. 10 progressive sessions of bodywork and movement education designed to help clients regain their natural structural alignment.
It is by following Ida Rolf's 10 session recipe that structural integration partitioners have helped many, people around the globe avoid surgery and live pain free.
The 10 series changes peoples' lives.
Please contact us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
No. Structural Integration bodywork, as Dr. Ida Rolf created and taught, is a corrective, effective and lasting way of aligning the bones by working in the soft tissue. During your Structural Integration session, you will also learn a lot about the unhelpful patterns in your structure and how to move differently each day to unwind problem patterns and establish new ones.
Rolfing is a trademarked name for Structural Integration. Rolfers are Structural Integration Practitioners who graduated from The Ida Rolf Institute. All Structural Integration Practitioners have shared roots through Ida Rolf's rich legacy of teachings.
Your body will change during sessions, no doubt. You will also be given some instructions on how to move differently to support your natural alignment. The degree to which you incorporate new moving patterns into your life will dictate how long your body keeps the alignment gains during sessions.