I am working on Piedmont Avenue in Oakland on Mondays and Wednesdays and on Claremont Avenue in Rockridge on Fridays and Saturdays. Piedmont Avenue has stairs to access the office and Claremont Avenue does not. Claremont Avenue is two blocks from Rockridge BART. You can see all the open session times and book here! I look forward to working with you.
Rolfing Structural Integration is a transformative manual therapy. It works directly with our body’s fascia, creating more space in tight or held areas. When this space is created and rediscovered, the body is able to use its own wisdom and return to homeostasis. It is relaxed and moves more efficiently through the world. Fascia is an important connective tissue and acts like layers within layers that hold our bodies structures in place. Rolfing helps hydrate and even out these layers so that nerves, muscles and other structures can move freely and rediscover their ideal positions.
Since beginning my Rolfing practice this principle has guided my work.
“You have the ultimate knowledge of your body and the world has bodies of knowledge. Together, real healing begins”
I first came to Rolfing to solve my own chronic back pain that I couldn’t put a root cause to. I loved the depth of the work. I felt immediate change in my body. My back pain improved substantially and I felt more buoyant and excited to dance and hike again. Most rewarding was that through Rolfing I learned to feel into movement patterns that didn’t feel good for my back. This began my expansive and joyful journey of discovering my body and becoming increasingly comfortable in it. I invite you to learn more about Rolfing and discover its potential to make change possible in your body.
Extend the Benefits of Rolfing With Foam Rolling Class!
Remedy Barre and Foam Rolling is new fitness studio in North Oakland.
Their classes intelligently build strength with a focus on alignment and tension release.