Rolfing promotes fluidity, continuity of movement, proprioceptive awareness, strength and endurance. The body being in a biomechanical neutral, free of abberont fascial holding patterns and restrictions, achieves this. This allows the body to move parts more independently free of rag or undue load.
“Athletes always need help with chronic injuries, muscular strain and overuse. Rolfing supports structural realignment for greater efficiency of movement and more precise movement.”
– Dr. Karl Ullis, Olympic Physician