Myofascial release/Rolfing mini-session
- 30 minutes
Rolfing Structural Integration – individual session
- New client: 90 minutes
- Subsequent sessions: 75 minutes
Rolfing Structural Integration – 3 session package
Rolfing Structural Integration 10 Series
Rolfing SI might have a funny-sounding name, but the results can be seriously impactful. Named after its creator, Dr. Ida Rolf, PhD; Rolfing SI combines manual therapy, principles of yoga, and a dynamic approach to bring a better sense of embodiment and improved functionality to patients. While a single session can be very effective, the Rolfing 10 Series allows for an opportunity to explore the relationships between pain, alignment, and compensation patterns in a comprehensive way. Each session has a different goal and a focus on a different area of the body. Patients often report an effortless sense of posture and better adaptability to stressors and injuries after completing their series.
What to Expect
- Each Rolfing session will begin with a consultation about the patient’s goals and needs.
- Patients should wear their “Rolfing uniform,” soft shorts and a tank top or underwear they are comfortable walking around in.
- We will do postural and movement analysis, and then the majority of the session will be spent on the table.
- Often, when people have heard of Rolfing, they hear that it can be painful. There can be intense sensations experienced when working on areas of the body with more restrictions or adhesions. My goal as the practitioner is to keep lines of communication open, and to work with the patient to ensure we aren’t overloading their nervous system with pain signals.
Certified Rolfer™ – Alison Morelli
Alison Morelli is a 2018 graduate of the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute. As a certified Rolfing Structural Integration Therapist, she helps people of all ages find better mobility and lasting relief from discomfort caused by injuries, illness, aging, and the stresses of daily life.
After more than a decade working in the investments and insurance industries, Alison sought out Rolfing to help with chronic pain and general wellness. Inspired by her own experience of the transformative benefits of the Rolfing 10 Series, she chose to pursue this line of work as a career.
Alison has achieved the distinction of Board Certified Structural Integrator and completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training in pursuit of a deeper understanding of somatic wellness. She also holds a BS in Financial Planning from Franklin University. She enjoys great food, live comedy & music, snowboarding, and camping.