Rolfing, also known as Structural Integration of the
Human Body, is a method of body work based on deep-tissue manipulation that
realigns the body's structure, improves posture, and enhances freedom of
movement. Rolfing begins with a basic series of 10 sessions, preferably
scheduled a week apart. Benefits often include easier breathing and moving with
greater ease and vitality. Many people report new awareness on a personal and
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The Rolf Institute of
Structural Integration, the first school of Structural Integration, founded
by Dr. Ida P. Rolf in 1971. Rolfing is a service mark of the Rolf Institute,
which certifies Rolfers.
for Structural Integration, Structural
Integration school and asscociation dedicated to a classical approach to
Structural Integration, as taught by Dr. Ida P. Rolf (1896-1979), founder of
Structural Integration and Rolfing.
The International Association of Structural
Integrators, recently formed professional association, which certifies
Structural Integration practitioners.
The New York Times: Excruciatingly
Painful, an article from October 7, 2010 on the benefits and effects of
Advanced Rolfing and Jin Shin Jyutsu