Session 2: Rolfing™ Experiencing with Charles - Your Feet are Your Foundation

As we talked about before, Rolfing really focuses on the connections throughout the body, and how they interact or restrict movement in other parts. Coko explains that even if you are having a problem in the upper body, lets say tightness through the upper back, it doesn’t make sense to make adjustments there until you have a strong foundation. Think about a stack of building blocks that is crooked. If you adjust the ones on top before you adjust the bottom ones, you will have to go back and re-do the upper ones again after. It’s been over a month since my first session (summertime fun, and I had also put back on a little weight), so I had expected things to go back to the way they had befor

Rolfing™ Ten-Series - Session #10

The last session in my Beginner Series! In this session, I learned how to use my 'new' body and awareness to move more freely in my body. There was more movement in this session than any of the others; small micro movements of both my feet, ankles, legs and arms, while simultaneously moving in conjunction with my breath. The Lower body work was focused on pushing my heel while engaging my legs and hips and understanding this feeling and how it relates to my breath. Upper body movements were focused on training me to reach from where my arms start in the mid back, and utilizing my core to support my body movements and how this relates to my breath. The most surprising feeling for me was h

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