Rolf Method Revealed
Are you a person who likes science and mystery? As Rolfers, we have the privilege of seeing how the science of balancing a body in the gravity field improves lives. Alignment of the human body is where science and mystery for us meet daily.
Sitting, Standing, Walking, Lying Down – How a person moves through this cycle gives us clues to injuries they may have had, developmental patterns they have overcome, and what will restore their potential for greater range of motion, better sleep, focus, and resiliency. What if you aren’t fully standing up, are you living your potential?
Chronic body pain is a sign that change is needed. Repetitive stress injuries result from wear and tear of daily motions such as typing and texting, sitting or standing for long hours, or lifting and loading.
It’s not doing these things that cause us pain, it’s how we do these things that can functionally shift for more ease. As practitioners, we’re trained to see the uniqueness in people and where resistance in the tissues is limiting them. What works for one person may not work for another. Our hands-on, gentle approach allows you to get back into the flow of change. What makes our work effective is uncovering the root causes of pain to find new freedom.
Rolfing can enhance the positive things you are already doing for yourself, such as hiking, swimming, weight-training, even improve your metabolism. This work can greatly improve results of Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, and Yoga.
Curious about the science and mystery of Rolfing? We invite you to join us for an evening of storytelling and a demonstration. Who is this valuable for? Anyone who has received the work can see what is happening from the outside, as well as new clients who are seeking answers about a specific pain or ailment, or wanting to feel in better balance. If you have heard about Rolfing from your spouse, a friend, your massage therapist or yoga teacher, this is a wonderful opportunity to learn more.
Join Ashby Underwood and Chad Garner for Structure, Form, and Function: Rolfing for Life on Tuesday, February 12, at 5:30 P.M. at Yoga Highlands Studio, 464 Carolina Way in Highlands. You may RSVP to (828) 526-8880.