The Rolfing Ten-Series

A system of myofascial manipulation and movement education

Full-body, hands-on myofascial treatment to ease strain on the body.

Rolfing is a system of hands-on myofascial manipulation and movement education.
Rolfing aims to ease strain patterns, organize the body within gravity, and correct posture.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What does Rolfing treat?

    Since Rolfing addresses the entire myofascial system, many conditions can benefit from the Rolfing Ten-Series, such as chronic or long-standing structural issues, migraines, plantar fasciitis, scoliosis, joint replacement rehab, pain patterns that have not responded to conventional treatment, postural realignment, and repetitive stress injuries.

  • Am I candidate for Rolfing?

    Only a practitioner trained and certified in the Rolfing method can determine whether or not you are a good candidate. Within your first visit, your practitioner will review your history and complete a structural analysis, and recommend a treatment plan.

  • How much does Rolfing cost?

    The price of Rolfing depends on whether you are completing a single visit, or the ten series. Our Patient Care Coordinators can provide you within a quote prior to your visit.

  • How many Rolfing treatments are typically required?

    Rolfing treatment is typically provided within a series of 10 treatments, spaced 1-2 weeks apart.

  • What are the side effects of Rolfing?

    Due to the extensive hands-on treatment of the myofascial system within a Rolfing session, you may notice mild soreness following a treatment. Your practitioner will review all potential side effects prior to your treatment session.

  • Is Rolfing covered by MSP or Extended Health Plans?

    Since Rolfing occurs during a visit with a Registered Massage Therapist, your visit will be billed as an RMT visit. If you qualify for Premium Assistance through MSP, you may qualify for a small percentage of your visit cost to be covered by MSP. Most Extended Health plans do have coverage that can be applied to visits with an RMT; however, most plans have a limit to their coverage per year. We recommend contacting your insurance provider directly prior to your visit to determine your coverage.

  • What are the differences between massage therapy and rolfing?

    Rolfing evaluation and treatment has a holistic approach. The adaptations and compensations that occur as a result of injury or overuse could be either the original cause or the result of the pain and dysfunction. The continuity of fasciae and it’s far reaching or distal influence from the foci of immobility could make treatment and strategy for a massage therapist difficult. A Rolfing Practitioner employing the principles of structural integration allow the fascial reorganization to provide support, stability and lift allowing the site of injury to heal and maintain a more biomechanical efficient state.

  • Do I need to see a Naturopathic Doctor in order to receive Rolfing treatment?

    No, Rolfing treatment is provided by Steve Inaba, our Registered Massage Therapist and Certified Advanced Rolfer.

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