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Rolfing, named afterDr Ida Rolf, who developed the therapy based on physical manipulation.
It is based on the belief that physical and emotional problems and discomfort stem from improper alignment of the body’s fascia (the connective tissue located just under the skin). By aligning them through a series of 10 sessions performed by a registered practitioner, subjects can achieve not only better posture, but greater overall well-being and health.
Rolfing sessions incorporate fascial pressure, massage and gentle manipulation and realignment techniques.
Better posture and freedom of movement, particularly in older subjects
Decreased muscle and joint pain
Greatly benefits athletes and dancers who rely on their bodies