Rolfing

What is Rolfing?

Rolfing® is a method of fascial manipulation and movement education developed by Dr Ida Rolf in the 1940’s. Over ten carefully structured sessions, stuck, tight, and fibrous facial layers are gradually unwound and new movement habits are explored to bring lasting change to the whole body. Each Rolfing® treatment last up to an hour.

Some of the health benefits of Rolfing® Structural Integration include:

  • Reduced pain and discomfort
  • Greater flexibility and ease of movement
  • Improved posture
  • Enhanced energy efficiency and more ‘get up and go’
  • Help with recognition and release of habitual and restrictive movement and postural patterns
  • Improved sports performance and greater resilience to future injury
  • A feeling of being more comfortable within one’s own skin
  • An enhanced sense of whole body awareness and new movement possibilities
  • Stronger emotional boundaries and a new sense of “Self’
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    I have a relaxed & open approach to teaching and use simple language and gentle encouragement to help people focus on their yoga journey, whatever that might be to them.

    Clive Bratchell

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    My passion is watching my students develop physically, mentally and emotionally. I became a Yoga teacher to try to inspire others, as I have been inspired.

    Clarissa Robertson

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    Following a vinyasa style, my classes are often supported with carefully curated playlists which helps encourage students to take their practice to their own limit.

    Bailey Tzuke

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    In my classes I gently guide students through strong & dynamic flows. I love to share my passion of yoga with others, believing in and embracing the many benefits that it has to offer.

    Claire Berghorst

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    As a teacher, I love seeing the progression of new students in their honeymoon of discovery on the mat. As a student, I am forever grateful for the practice.

    Jane Beevers

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    Asana practice is like a key that unlocks a different place of strength, love & vulnerability. I share from this place of discovery and hope to inspire others to stay with their practice and find this too.

    Julee Yew Crijns

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    Yoga makes you feel better - that is why I love practising and teaching; it reminds us to check in with ourselves, to observe and breathe.

    Denise Marlow

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    I am truly grateful to be able to teach and share with others what has inspired me so much over the last few years. I love seeing the positive and uplifting changes within my students, and how there is no end to how much you can grow and learn with Yoga.

    Laura Gould