How Can Rolfing® Benefit Me?
While pain is the most obvious reason why someone would seek out Rolfing® in Denver, COyou don’t need to be in pain to benefit from Rolfing®.
In our modern culture, everyone can use a little bit of freeing up.
Whether it's from long hours of sitting at a computer, standing on hard, unforgiving floors, or more rigorous activities such as running, climbing, biking, gardening, hitting the yoga mat, or whatever else you find yourself doing.
Our bodies have adapted to these jobs, hobbies, pain, injuries, and patterns in the best way they possibly could, based on what we have or have not done.
Adaptation is an amazing thing, but it can be a double-edged sword.
Meaning, that we all have movement limitations, compensations, and restrictive holding patterns that are keeping us from moving as safely and efficiently and as we could be.
That's where Rolfing® comes in.
Rolfing® promotes change and can help you feel more comfortable in and about their bodies. You'll learn how to enhance helpful patterns and change non-useful ones.
Rolfing® focuses on two main components.
Safe and effective soft tissue treatment. Where we use various depths and pressure to keep tissues healthy and bring awareness to specific relationships/areas within the body.
And neurological re-patterning focusing on simple, slow, and effective movements to teach the body how to move in a safe and controlled way.
This allows patterns of tension and strain to release and change as the body feels safer and begins to move more efficiently.
THis MEANS you can let gO
When your body feels safe and supported, it’s more willing to let go of older patterns – to change, adapt, grow, and allow new ones to emerge.
You'll attain a new level of functionality, alignment, and movement efficency.
And that leads to you experiencing less pain, more energy, and greater overall well-being.
Making a happier, healthier, you.
Common Results People Experience From Rolfing® Are:
Relief from Chronic Pain
More Comfortable Posture
Improved Range of Motion
Decreased Muscular Tightness
Improved Athletic Performance
Increased Energy & Resilience
As a result of the jobs, hobbies, injuries, or pain you’ve experienced, your body has done its best to adapt to those challenges. But… it means you have compensation and holding patterns that may be keeping you from moving as efficiently as you could.