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Because it really works. Rolfing works with fascia (a type of soft tissue that is one of the body's major support systems) to open stuck areas of the body. It helps get rid of those old nagging aches and pains and it can dramatically improve posture, alignment, and athletic performance. It will leave you feeling more flexible, more grounded, and in less pain than you have been in a long time. You will feel like you have more energy to do the things you love without worrying so much about those old aches and pains. My goal is that with Rolfing you will feel better, move better, and live better.
It feels like a cross between physical therapy and massage therapy. A Rolfer typically works with their hands, fists, and forearms to work out deep restrictions in the body and get a person into better alignment. People often report feeling taller, lighter, and report less pain and discomfort or the ability to move in a new way. The results from Rolfing are long-lasting. This is especially true if you commit to doing the exercises and stretches you learn in your sessions. Though people may occasionally need a tune-up they rarely go back to feeling the same as they did before Rolfing.