Feeling a little overwhelmed by the news of the day?


You are not alone. Many of us are experiencing increased levels of stress. The good news is that we don’t have to let outside influences affect our inner peace or physical well being.


ROLF BODYWORK can be a great way to help our bodies and mind regain balance.

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Many of my Denver City Rolfing clients report feelings of calm and relaxation after a Rolfing session.  

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  Rolfing really clarifies the Mind/Body Connection.

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If you have been curious about the benefits of ROLF BODYWORK,  Call 720-663-0731 or Visit us online at www.denvercityrolfing.com

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The Rolfing Experience



Generally when people think about Rolfing, they envision a distinctly physical experience.  Rolf Structural Integration is most certainly physical, but it is so much more.

One of my Denver City Rolfing clients recently posted a review of her Rolfing experience that I’d like to share.

“The Rolfing experience has been an integrative approach to healing mind, body and spirit for me. As a holistic provider, Will holds space for others to integrate and determine life changes. Following the New Year it is a season where many decide they will embrace transformation, I would highly recommend Rolfing be part of your commitment towards change and creating new beginnings, when you heal your body, your mind and spirit will follow.” — Laurra Aagaard

It’s really awesome when people understand how connected we are.

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ROLFING For Core Strength & Flexibility


Core Muscle Activation – Six Basic Moves to Support Your Rolfing Experience

Move 1: Knee Fold Tuck

(A) Sit tall, hands on floor, knees bent, squeezing a playground ball between them. (B) Lift knees so shins are about parallel to the floor; extend arms. Pull knees toward shoulders, keeping upper body still. Bring knees back to starting position. Repeat 15 to 20 times.


Move 2: Climbing Rope

(A) Sit with legs extended, feet turned out in a V position, toes pointed. Contract core muscles and roll spine into a C-curve. (B) Lift arms and move them as if you were climbing a rope. Twist slightly with each reach. Do 20 reaches with each arm.


Move 3: Side Balance Crunch

(A) Begin with left knee and left hand on the floor, right arm straight up. Extend right leg so your body forms a straight line. (B) Pull right knee toward torso and right elbow toward knee. Straighten arm and leg. Repeat 10 times, then switch sides.


Move 4: Circle Plank

Start in a plank position with abs tight. (A) Pull right knee in and circle it clockwise, then (B)


 Move 5: Sliding Pike

(A) Begin in a plank on an uncarpeted floor, hands under shoulders and a towel under feet. (B) With legs straight, raise hips and draw legs toward hands into a pike position—your feet should slide easily. Hold for one count, then return to start. Repeat 10 times.


 Move 6: Oblique Reach

Sit with knees bent and feet on floor. (A) Straighten right leg. Roll spine into a C-curve. Place left hand behind head and extend right arm. (B) Twist body to the left, roll back a bit more (and hold for one count), then come up. Do five reps, then switch sides.


For more information on how Rolfing Structural Integration can benefit your health and wellbeing, visit my Denver City Rolfing website.