This blog represents nothing official about the body/mind work known as
Rolfing® Structural and Movement Integration, although
I maintain my membership in the Rolf Institute® of Structural Integration, since 1984.

This blog represents some ideas and thoughts that I have from time to time, usually with some connection to
me and my work as a Rolfer™ since these ideas and thoughts of this work, my practice and perceptions
of it, and the people of it, around it, and receivers of it are my constant companions.

Of course, I am still practicing this work, and still accepting new clients, since people do graduate
and only return for advanced work and “tune-ups”.

You can find a certified practitioner of Rolfing®Structural Integration here: www.rolf.org

Beware of someone who says they are a Rolfer™ who is not on this list.


One Response to About

  1. Jill says:

    I’m going to try the technique. Am really hoping it works. I have a really bad, ugly bunion on my right foot and a smaller fatter one on the left. The left big toe is fat and stiff as well. The left bunion is fatter too. They do NOT hurt. They just throw off my alignment. My balance is awful….really poor and I get incredible calluses if I do a lot of walking. My feet are my biggest challenge.


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