General information

Rolfing is an infinite field of exploration.

Rolfing is a form of integrative somatic education and tissue manipulation that deals not just with the symptoms of distress, but with the whole person in relation to gravity and space.

Compared to other systems of manual therapy the Rolfing perspective assumes, that if the whole body is not properly prepared to receive the effects of local manipulations, either the change will not be maintained or strain, will show up in other areas.

Over the years Rolfing has evolved into a sophisticated and precise integrated system of neuro-myofascial manipulation and movement education.

Introduction

Welcome to Rolfing Amsterdam

Rolfing provides benefits on different levels.

What is Rolfing?

Rolfing, or Structural Integration (SI) is an holistic body therapy. It helps to re-establish elasticity and lubrication to sticky and viscous fascia tissue and to develop an upright posture. Rolfers support their clients in improving their posture and movement patterns.

For whom is Rolfing?

Rolfing is for everyone and for all ages. Till date, my youngest client was 5 months old, and my oldest client was 86 years old. Rolfing is for people who feel healthy or sick, for people close or far from their ideal body weight, for women, for men.

How does a session work?

Each session starts with a short conversation, while the first intake session always starts with an intake interview, in which the person shares his or her individual needs and wishes. During the intake session is my wish to answer all of the issues that arise.

Services

Rolfing Amsterdam Services List

Service
Children treatment

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Service
Scar tissue treatment

Usually scars are ignored and stored in the subconscious or in the unconscious.

The scar treatment itself does not hurt, to the contrary, it creates often a pleasant experience.

With time, the tension will decrease and people will experience more sensitivity. As a result, the scar will be belonging more to the body.

You can read a more in dept explanation at this link.

Pricing

This is our Pricing

Services, perfectly suited for you and your body.

price
95,-
Regular Session
80 min for returning clients.
80 minutes
Realignement of the spine
Treat acute and chronic pain
price
75,-
Introduction Session
For new clients.
80 minutes
How Rolfing can benefit you
Intake conversation
price
40,-
Children's Session
45 min.
45 minutes
Realignement of the spine
Treat acute and chronic pain
price
95,-
Scar Tissue Session
80 min
80 minutes
Rebalance the tissue around the scar
Increase tissue sensitivity
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Relevent information about Rolfing

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Rolfing does not only improve the body.

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History of Rolfing

Rolfing, also called Structural Integration is a form of integrative somatic education and tissue manipulation, developed in the 1950s by the biochemist Dr. Ida P. Rolf.

treatment

Scar tissue treatment

Usually scars are ignored and stored in the subconscious or in the unconscious.

The scar treatment itself does not hurt, to the contrary, it creates often a pleasant experience.

With time, the tension will decrease and people will experience more sensitivity. As a result, the scar will be belonging more to the body.

scar tissue treatment
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Development of Rolfing

The art and the challenges of Rolfing lie in the formulistic protocol, which, like all formalistic protocols, also has its disadvantages. 

Formalistic protocols start from the notion that an ideal body exist, or of a state that it is seen as the exemplification of normality.

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