Structural Integration - aka 'Rolfing'
Creating structural realignment and integration through the release of connective tissue - "fascial layering"
Structural Integration (aka 'Rolfing') is a holistic and scientifically proven technique that is based on deep tissue manipulation and movement education.
Become a highly skilled and effective bodyworker. Join our courses and learn about functional anatomy, bodywork fundamentals and fascial bodywork.
A 10 session blueprint for realigning the entire body, releasing restrictions in the fascial layering, reducing chronic pain, increasing flexibility and balance.
Upcoming courses in Structural Integration
Body Diagnosticts & Fascial Bodywork - Session 1 of the Rolf 10-Series
This is a 3-day introduction to the principles of Structural Integration (aka 'Rolfing'), and the 1st session of the Rolf 10-Series. Focus is first placed on developing your skills in observation and analysis of alignment in body's at rest and in movement. We then work with fascial (specialized connective tissue) release techniques and sensitivity to fascial layering. This will culminate with the application of these skills to deliver the 1st session of the Rolf 10-Series. (This course is the pre-requisite for 'Structural Integration 10-Series'.)
This is a 5-week intensive introducing Ida Rolf's 10-Series of Structural Integration. This will include theoretical and practical exploration of the principles underlying Structural Integration, building an understanding session goals and sequencing, and becoming more proficient in the fascial-release techniques fundamental to restoring alignment. The pre-requisite to this course is 'Structural Integration - Session 1 ('Rolfing').
This is a 5-week Certification in Structural Integration. The course will include theoretical and practical review of the principles, goals, and sequencing underlying Structural Integration. There will be particular accent on refinement of alignment assessment and approach / application of fascial-release techniques. The pre-requisite to this course is ‘Structural Integration (‘Rolfing’) - Ida Rolf’s 10-Series’.
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Imagine: a continuous piece of living material just under the skin forming a closed container.
Another way to look at injuries to the adductor is that these are directly, physically linked to the hamstring, and likely have significant connective tissue connectivity. Investigation and repair for full recovery may require addressing both muscle groups. 'Incomplete' recovery suggests that fascial adhesions remain in either group or, more likely, across both groups.