Better ​Balance 

for EVERY Body

Hands on body work to reduce chronic pain, improve posture and provide better range of motion. 


What is Rolfing?

Rolfing is a form of hands on body work that uses slow, deep and targeted pressure to release adhesions  in your connective tissue that may cause chronic pain, restricted movement or distortions in posture. Over the course of 3, 5 or 10 sequential sessions, different territories of your body are specifically addressed, such as head, neck, shoulders, arms, ribs, back, pelvic girdle, legs, knees and feet.  The aim is to improve your body's alignment and range of motion, to alleviate chronic pain and help you move easily in your body again. 

Rolfing and Equine Massage Sessions Information

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Rolfing 3, 5 or 10 Series

 There are 3, 5 and 10 session  packages  or "series " available, depending on your specific needs. Each session focuses on a different body territory and is done in sequential order. Sessions are spaced from one to four weeks apart, so that the whole process ranges from one to ten months to complete. Most people will know whether or not Rolfing will produce the changes they are seeking within three sessions, but based on results and desired outcome, they may opt to sign up for the full 10 session series. 

Rolfing Maintenance

One to three sessions a year are recommended to maintain alignment after completing a Ten Series. Maintenance sessions are also available to address emergencies and injuries, on an "as needed" basis.

Equine Massage

Equine massage sessions are offered for Relaxation  or Therapeutic purposes. Some horses may only require 1-2 sessions for sore muscles or  to correct an acute issue, whereas a horse with a chronic issue they have had for years will require up to 5 sessions, to address repetitive strain patterns or issues with chronic pain. After an assessment, we will work together to create the right plan for you and your horse.

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