Monthly Archives: October 2011

Rolfing® Structural Integration definition in 32 words

Rolfing Structural Integration: a method of body knolling to the core. Plus function.  No knolled desk, even one of Tom Sach’s, has ever been into walking with a cross-crawl motion —– that I know of, heh heh. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-CTkbHnpNQ&feature=BFa&list=SPC39A0360F5799668&index=9/   Bookmark … Continue reading

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Oops, it is tomorrow: Linda presents at RISI in Boulder

The conference has started. Last night hearing and seeing the 7 Rolfers on the dais talking about their experiences with their training during the Esalen years, preceding the 40 years ago founding of the Rolf Institute, I began to think … Continue reading

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Old People Smell: Why?

Sitting downstairs in Pumpkin Market for lunch a couple days ago, I overheard 2 interns from the hospital down the street giving a really hard time to one of their supervisors.  The guy didn’t sound as bad as one I … Continue reading

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You Will Never Be Lonely Again

Since I read that the above title is the most popular blog title of all time, I have been wanting to try it out.  What would this do for my blog “spiders and feeds”? The back of my mind has … Continue reading

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Lyme Disease and Rolfing® Structural and Movement Integration

Lyme disease, a nasty outgrowth of a nasty bacteria family, has several treatments, including antibiotics and natural remedies.  It is an emerging disease as quantified  at the Centers for Disease Control in the United States, and is spreading all over … Continue reading

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