Try Rolfing to Stay Mobile This Winter
Nov 26, 2014 04:30PM
Lynn Cohen, a certified advanced Rolfer, invites new clients to experience the health benefits of Rolfing at her new studio, Rolfworks Structural Integration, which opened in November at 2017 East Marion Street, in Shorewood. Founded by biochemist Ida Rolf, Ph.D., Rolfing, also known as Structural Integration, is a holistic, systematic approach to treating chronic pain and motion limitation without medication or surgery.
“With the stress of the holidays and winter weather, we tend to spend more time indoors bracing against the cold, and without realizing it, our bodies contract,” explains Cohen. “The Rolfing series helps you stay mobile and free, reclaiming the openness we like to feel as we move through the world.” She notes that many Rolfing clients report a combination of benefits, including relief from chronic pain, ease of movement, heightened body awareness, improved balance and coordination, more energy and better sleep.