What is Rolfing like?
Sessions range from 60-90 minutes long. In the beginning and end of the session, I will take a few minutes to assess your alignment and movement patterns in standing and walking. For most of the session you will be laying on the table and I will work, applying different amounts of pressure and perhaps asking you for small movements. Rolfing can be very light in contact or deep and intense, but it should not be painful to the point where your body won’t release because it is resisting my input.
Because I need to closely observe how the body moves as well as be able to work deep within the tissues, clients should wear comfortable underwear (preferred and most common) or loose workout clothes (no tight sports bras or spandex). Please do not use body lotion before a session.
I suggest clients not do heavy activity or exercise after a session, in order for their body to process the bodywork most effectively.
What are the benefits of Rolfing?
- Greater body awareness
- Ease of movement
- Increased energy
- Relief of pain
- Decreased stress and anxiety
- Improved posture and balance
- Better sleep
- Enhanced sports performance
- Better breathing and circulation
Who benefits from Rolfing?
Anyone who is looking for a better relationship with his/her body—whether to be freed from pain, have more energy, recover from past injuries or traumas, or simply develop better body awareness—will benefit from Rolfing.
Rolfing has benefitted all sorts of individuals:
- People with pain, body stiffness, headaches, whiplash, or stress
- People who sit all day during work
- Children with injuries
- Seniors who want to feel better and more fluid in their body
How much does a session cost? How long is a session?
Sessions are $180 and about 60 minutes long.
What methods of payments do you accept?
Cash or check – sorry, no credit cards. Venmo and Chase Quickpay are also available.
What is your cancellation policy?
Cancellations must give at least 48 hours notice; the fee is half the cost of the session.
Do you take insurance?
Unfortunately, insurance plans do not cover Rolfing. However, some health care savings plans like Flex Spending Accounts can be used for Rolfing. I can provide receipts for the deduction.