Rolfing ® Structural Integration
Rolfing® structural integration is named after Dr. Ida P. Rolf. She began her inquiry more than fifty years ago, devoting her energy to creating a holistic system of soft tissue manipulation and movement education that organized the whole body in gravity; she eventaully named this system structural integration. She discovered that she could achieve remarkable changes in posture and structure by manipulating the body's myofascial system.
Rolfing structural integration has an unequaled and unprecedented ability to dramatically alter a person's posture and structure. Professional athletes, dancers, children, business people, and people from all walks of life have benefited from Rolfing. People seek Rolfing as a way to ease pain and chronic stress, and improve performance in their professional and daily activities. It's estimated that more than 1 million people have received Rolfing work.
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An intuitive therapy that combines gentle touch, massage, breathing and relaxation techniques and verbal communication to release muscular and emotional tension.
In this form of body centered psychoanalysis, created and developed by physiotherapist Marion Rosen, the client is encouraged to express his/her own feelings and emotions while the practitioner works to release the holding pattern in the body. This tension is termed the "holding breath" area by Marion Rosen.
Rubenfeld Synergy Method
The Rubenfeld Synergy Method, created by Ilana
Rubenfeld in the 1960s, is an elegant, powerful system
that integrates bodywork, intuition, and psychotherapy.
Memories and emotions stored in our bodies can result in
energy blocks and imbalances. Rubenfeld Synergy utilizes
talk, movement, awareness, imagination, humor, and
compassionate touch as gateways--contacting and melting
frozen tensions and emotions, freeing the body from pain
and the mind from suffering.