Rolfing® Structural Integration

Rolfing SI is a highly effective and unique method of deep bodywork that addresses imbalances in the connective tissue system (myofascia), helping people dramatically improve their posture, free chronic pain patterns and feel better in their body.

Rolfing® takes place over 10 structured sessions (the ten series). Each session addresses a different territory in the body and aims to bring about a progressive opening and freeing of the structural body.  

"Rolfers™ make a life study of relating bodies and their fields to the earth and its gravity field, and we so organize the body that the gravity field can reinforce the body's energy field. This is our primary concept. This is the gospel of Rolfing®: When the body gets working appropriately, the force of gravity can flow through. Then, spontaneously, the body heals itself. As people come to Rolfers™ with their aches and their pains, we can see where their bodies are literally offering blocks to the gravitational forces. The gravitational force is immense and their resistance isn't much good except to close the body down, compress it. Sometimes the block has been put into the physical picture by a physical trauma. This block is in the actual structure, in the flesh of the body. Then there is the kind of block that is basically emotional. "body. Then there is the kind of block that is basically emotional. "

Ida Rolf, PhD

Nico is one of the best practitioners I have encountered, I highly recommend him.
— David Gibson, leading Osteopath
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Nico is an exceptionally talented Rolfer. I have recently had some sessions with him and am blown away by the release this practice brings. I prophesy he will go down as one of the greatest bodyworkers of our time.
— Nikki Slade, free the inner voice

Facts about Rolfing®

Rolfing® has become a highly regarded and effective form of bodywork. There are nearly 2000 Certified Rolfers in 47 countries, internationally; many people are finding relief in Rolfing where other therapies have not. Rolfers undergo extensive training and the work is underpinned by ever growing research into human movement, function and structure.