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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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The Dr. Ida Rolf Institute™ has been accredited for another 7 years by the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA)! ... See MoreSee Less

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A brief recap of some of what went on last week in Berlin at the Fascia Research Conference. There’s even a quick glimpse of our poster 😉 Interviews from Fascia Research Congress 2018 with Carla Stecco, Antonio Stecco, Jean Claude Guimb... ... See MoreSee Less
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Meeting Structural Integration Practitioners series 🤗

Im very happy to share with you little enterviews with other practitioners of Structural Integration and hear them talk about why a client will come to see them and the kind of therapeutic help they can offer.
Russell Stolzoff is an advanced Rolfer and practices in Bellingham WA.
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Session Six of the Rolfing® 10-series gives Space to Sacrum. As the pelvis opens from below and through the front, the sacrum in the back has started to feel a new sense of potential. This ‘sacred bone’ is really the bottom of the spine and by giving it space, the spine can start to feel longer and more free.
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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.