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What Does Rolfing Do?

 

Injury, illness and emotional traumas leave imprints on our structure, which are seen as strain patterns in the myofascial connective tissue network. The connective tissue becomes tight, bunched up and fibrous to compensate for the stress that it feels due to chronic muscle tensions. Mobility is decreased and pain ensues. This wastes energy and affects the way we feel and the way we present ourselves in the world.

  Rolfing restores mobility and fluidity to the connective tissues. Once better alignment is achieved, gravity helps to give us a lift instead of pulling us more out of balance.

 

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