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Rolfing Structural Integration
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Eliminate Pain

Improve Posture

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Feel Better


What is Rolfing?

Ideal for anyone seeking to improve posture, reduce pain, and enhance performance in their daily and athletic activities, Rolfing offers a pathway to a more integrated and harmonious physical existence.

Rolfing, also known as Structural Integration, is a transformative bodywork modality that aligns and balances your body by lengthening and reorganizing your fascia. 

Rolfing is known for its highly specialized series of sessions. Every session focuses on a different area of your body, and each sessions builds from the last. Your unique structural patterns are analyzed, uncovered and addressed for long-term results.

The Rolfer will utilize a variety of techniques to create changes in your body. These techniques include myofascial release, muscle energy techniques, craniosacral therapy, and gentle ligamentous strain mobilization.

You will be guided into a deeper relationship with your body through breathing and guided imagery exercises. If there are traumatic emotional or energetic patterns present in the body, the pace of the series will slow down so that we can be sensitive to uncover what is needed. 

For more information about each session, click here.


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Ryan's knowledge of fascia and its inner dynamics is superb.  His skill as a Rolfer has both an intuitive and scientific nature...

...Ryan has the ability to assess the mechanics of human anatomy and use his touch to unwind negative holding patterns in the body. 
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About Ryan
As a Certified Rolfer, Ryan brings a strong understanding of anatomy, posture, and myofascial techniques to his Rolfing sessions.

In addition to his Rolfing career, Ryan has taught over 1000 hours of yoga and meditation. He also has a strong interest in exploring the human experience via the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition and also Western Psychological Traditions of Unconditional Loving Presence.
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