english rolfing of naokusumi private session


Originally developed by Ida P. Rolf, Ph.D., Rolfing is a system of connective tissue manipulation and Body Education, which is focused on structural alignment and balanced movement.
Fundamentally, Rolfing is based on some simple ideas about human structure;
*most human beings are significantly out of aligment with gravity.
*we function better when we are lined up with the gravitational field of the earth.
*the human body is so plastic that its alignment can be brought into harmony with gravity at practically any time of life.

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Rolfing is typically taught or applied in series of ten sessions, know as the Basic 10 series. each session of the introduction to the next. The body is systematically and physically manipulated during the initial series of ten sessions, each of which lasts about 60 to 90 minutes and may be scheduled once in a week or in the two weeks.
Rolfing is designed to uncover a structural ease and kinetic balance that is unique to each client. this is a process of education in which a rolfer seeks to help a client discover the most efficient way of using his or her own body, given the limitations, liabilities and virtues of the body. In effect, the plan of each series of ten sessions is created anew for the needs of the individual person seeking help. However, there are certain guidelines and landmarks which every Rolfer follows in each series of sessions. We will explore these basic tenets as we continue our description of the treatment process.