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Rolfing
Bild “Rolfing structural integration”
Rolfing therapists work with the body’s myofascial connective tissue to reduce tension. The connective tissue is a network that gives the body its shape, skeletal support and soft tissues. It is shortened by injury and tension that also affects posture.

Rolfing is an in-depth treatment
that affects the body’s structure, movement and posture. By manipulating the connective tissue, the body’s various parts move and work together better. Because memories and emotional experiences can be stored in the body, this treatment sometimes has a liberating effect on an emotional level.
Those who have undergone Rolfing
often report being able to stand up better with less effort, and have improved posture. The body’s mobility improves and breathing becomes more natural and ‘free’. Many patients also experience improved vitality and personal development.

People of all ages choose Rolfing,
and for a variety of reasons. For example:
  • after injuries
  • for neck and back problems
  • for chronic pain conditions
  • to increase mobility and to improve posture
  • to improve physical performance such as in sport and dance
  • for personal development


  • Ida Rolf PhD, of the US,
    first developed the method in the 1930s.

    “We want to get a man out of the place
    where gravity is his enemy.
    We want to get him into the place where gravity reinforces him
    and is a friend, a nourishing force.”


    Ida Rolf
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    D E L P H I I N S T I T U T E T
    Gästrikegatan 18, 113 62 Stockholm - Telefon : 0708 - 18 00 19

    bgwwikstrom@gmail.com
    Therapists who work with this method:
    Andrew Albrecht
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