What does it feel like?
To most Rolfing feels good – with my attention on slow pressure and movement allowing for the release of deep tension that may have been stuck in the tissue for years. The intensity of touch varies depending on the condition of the area being touched. Clients say, it doesn’t hurt when I take my hands away. I was told, that when Dr. Rolf was asked if it is possible to have a pain-free Rolfing? She responded: Show me a body that’s not in pain, and then you’ll see pain-free Rolfing.
When I am working with a client I am continuously connected ~ checking in on the client, monitoring breathing, listening.so that the quality of the session/work is most appropriate and healing. Most clients experience a sense of release and more range of movement right after the session.