Ann Arbor-based practice
An unusual variety of life experience has made Sarah the down-to-earth, dedicated force that she is today. Read moreabout this Ann Arbor-based Rolf practitioner so tuned-in to moving and improving.
The Rolf Method of Structural Integration is a system of soft tissue manipulation which engages the client as an active participant in bringing the body into balance and alignment so ease and comfortable, efficient posture and movement reign. Learn More
Everybody’s Structural Integration process is their own, but benefits frequently accrue in three main areas:
Clients feel better, finding help with chronic pain, repetitive use injuries, and numerous musculoskeletal disorders.
Clients move better, experiencing a sense of ease, and greater fluidity and efficiency of motion.
Clients live better, enjoying increased energy and breathing capacity; good posture that’s “easy”; and reduced tension and strain in the body.
The Rolf Method concerns itself with the body’s physical dimension. But we are more than just our physical bodies, and clients often find improved mental and emotional well-being accompany the SI process as well.