1 - 9|
|Guild for Structural Integration|
Offers information on training in the traditional Ida P. Rolf method of structural integration. Includes a practitioner locator and training requirements.
|Rolf Institute of Structural Integration|
Founded in 1971 and named after Dr. Ida P. Rolf, the creator of structural integration, as a certified training organization. Includes information on research, rolfing benefits, theory and principles.
|Todd Hargrove: Rolfing in Seattle|
Describes rolfing practice, a form of bodywork that employs deep tissue myofascial release techniques to balance and align the body.
|Andy Crow: Certified Rolfer|
Offers a description of rolfing and the benefits of having a well-structured body. Includes articles and contact information.
|Frome Physical Therapy|
Information on rolfing and structural integration. Includes the basic series and its benefits, books, and links to related material.
|Henningsgaard Rolfing Associates|
Provides information on rolfing, how it works, the benefits, and why ten sessions are needed. Includes a list of independent rolfing practitioners.
|Institute for Structural Integration|
Offers information on rolfing and courses on connective tissue and structural integration. Includes class schedule and certification information.
|Jeffrey Burch Hands-On Therapies|
Specializes in structural integration, visceral manipulation, cranial manipulation, and Upledger CranioSacral Therapy. Online appointment scheduling, newsletter and course information.
Offers information on Rolfing and the practice of Sam Johnson, Certified Advanced Rolfer. Includes commonly asked questions, outline of the basic series, self-help exercises, and contact details.