The classic 10 series
A manual movement education, completely different from Massage, that is delivered as a program of 10 sessions to get you optimal results. Each of the ten sessions is unique having specific terrain addressing different parts that helps to develop the connection of the mind with the body as a whole.
Structural Integration works to alter the density or soften connective tissue to restore postural balance, ease of movement, and a feeling of being more at home in your own body. It is practiced in an organized series of sessions within a framework that is designed to restore efficient movement by aligning and integrating the bodies understanding under and against gravity.
Structural Integration, created by Ida Rolf, has been around since the early 1950’s. A lot has changed regarding the research and how the sessions should go since its inception. We are proud to offer the most up to date, pain free and proper Rolf Method of Structural Integration.
Our sessions are not just body work based but movement based as well. We have you laying down, sidelying, seated and even work on you standing. We work together with you on each structure and soft tissue of the body throughout the series with your specific movements and our manual therapy techniques. At the end of each session we show you the movement education needed to maintain the changes that were made during the session. This will lead towards easier accomplishments of your goals and achieving greater health from our series.
Structural Integration is education on how to be, move and feel better as a person.
We don’t focus on just one specific organ or tissue, like the fascia but through science and research we understand that the body is a complete unit that can not be separated and that each organ or tissue has a specific function and is special in its own way. So as some people focus on just one tissue or technique our sessions combine all that we have learned to work with the body as a whole in order to obtain lasting results.
"Some individuals may perceive their losing fight with gravity as a sharp pain in their back, others as the unflattering contour of their body, others as constant fatigue, yet others as an unrelentingly threatening environment. Those over forty may call it old age. And yet all these signals may be pointing to a single problem so prominent in their own structure, as well as others, that it has been ignored: they are off balance, they are at war with gravity." -Ida P. Rolf