What is Rolfing?
How does the Body Become Misaligned?
History of Rolfing
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History of Rolfing

Dr. Rolf received her Ph.D. in biochemistry from Columbia University in 1920. As a researcher at the Rockefeller Institute, with a profound understanding of physics, she was interested in the role and function of the connective, or myofascial tissue, that surrounds all our organs, muscles, bones and joints, lending the body shape and support. She discovered that symptoms of pain and stress are a result of the body’s response to gravity. During this time, she also studied osteopathy, yoga, and chiropractic.


“Sondra’s hands know where to go in the body. As an osteopathic physician, I personally experience the relief of pain in my muscles. She has not only helped me, but many of my patients as well.”

—Ramon Issac, D.O., San Rafael, CA

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