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How to Sit Without Pain

By |May 18th, 2016|Categories: Health and Wellness|

It Is Possible to Sit Without Pain Today we are going to talk about something that we deal with every day. It's not something we talk about in public, and it can make some people a little uncomfortable.  Even on what seems like the best of days....SIT HAPPENS.  That's right, you heard me correctly...SIT HAPPENS. Just a little [...]

Can Rolfing Help My Posture?

By |April 18th, 2016|Categories: Health and Wellness|

Posture Can Be Easy When I meet someone for the first time, and talk with them about how Rolfing helps people improve their posture, I can see them adjusting and shifting their bodies before my eyes—standing or sitting more upright, shoulders cranked back, head pulled back and up, and getting that spine as straight as possible.  I can [...]

Walk without Pain

By |March 18th, 2016|Categories: Health and Wellness|

Does Your Body Hurt When You Walk? As a Rolfer, helping people with their posture and movement, I find myself wondering how did we learn to walk correctly? Or did we?!  For many people walking can be a painful thing...in the hips...in the feet...in the back...and so on. I was out walking the other morning with Gus and [...]

How is Rolfing different from Massage Therapy?

By |February 17th, 2016|Categories: Health and Wellness|

I get asked a lot of times about the differences between Rolfing and massage therapy. As both a Rolfer and Massage Therapist, I can attest that both have benefits.  But based on what a client’s goals and needs are, one might be better than the other. There are many varieties of massage, which can be particularly effective for loosening tight tissue, [...]

Ready to Take on 2016!

By |December 16th, 2015|Categories: Health and Wellness|

If you are like me, you see the start of a new year as the opportunity to start anew....turn a new page....hit the "do over" button!  Sometimes I allow myself to get over-ambitious and try and tackle too many things in the new year, and it only takes a few weeks to get discouraged and eventually throw up my [...]