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Located in Bellingham, WA since 1999 Rolfing Works has been helping clients young and old to address issues of structural imbalance and strain.  

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Rolfing® Structural Integration is a unique whole-body approach that facilitates effortless, upright posture and fluid, pain-free movement.  

After observing and analyzing your body structure, we skillfully and systematically manipulate the soft tissues to realign and balance your body.

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When she pioneered her work more than 50 years ago, Dr. Ida P. Rolf, Ph.D., first called her work Structural Integration. The genius of the work rests on Dr. Rolf’s insight that the body is more at ease and functions most effectively when its structure is balanced in gravity.

She observed that, over time, the field of gravity actually accentuates the body’s imbalances and diminishes its flexibility. Based on these core observations, she developed her groundbreaking methods of hands-on manipulation which later became known as Rolfing – to reduce gravity’s adverse effects on the body.