The Kearsarge Chronicle sits down with Sarah McClennen, one of only 9 certified Rolfers in the state of New Hampshire. They discuss the philosophy behind Rolfing, and get a look at what the first three sessions would entail.
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Her life’s work was devoted to this investigation which led to the system of soft tissue manipulation and movement education that we now call Rolfing®. In order to pass along her work to others and to make the …Read More
While in Rolfing Structural Integration, the Rolfer works with the client to release structural conflicts and allow free, fluid movement, Rolf Movement Integration, helps clients become aware of their inhibiting and limiting movement patterns and offers more efficient ways to …Read More
Because Rolfing SI is a holistic technique, it recognizes that changes in structure will impact the whole person, physically, emotionally, and energetically. The Rolf Institute of Structural Integration recognizes that, ultimately, it is the person’s own experience of the work …Read More
Fascia is the web of thin elastic tissue which exists in continuous layers throughout the body. Muscles and bones are organized and supported in this web, as are all the elements that make up a human body. Fascia is what …Read More
It is my deep belief that all forms of therapeutic body work are comprehensive health-enhancing therapies. They help the body strengthen itself and enhance the functioning of all the body’s physiological systems. Regular body work is as essential to health …Read More