Our Denver City Rolfing practice is Relocating to Ajijic Village Centro, Jalisco, Mexico in May 2018.
Please join us south of the boarder on beautiful Lake Chapala.
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Rolfing really clarifies the Mind/Body Connection.
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.
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.
(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.