Structural Energy uses Rolfing Structural Integration to enact positive change in your body and how you feel.

It feels good to feel good. And when something is tight in your body, it can be debilitating and distracting. You might be thinking, “I’m too young to be feeling this way” and find yourself dreading the future body aches and pains that nobody ever warned you about that oftentimes accompany getting older. Perhaps you have tried other modalities such as massage, chiropractic, or physical therapy, but the results were too short-lived or the focus was too broad or too limited. A lot of my clients come to me after they have exhausted all of these options. Enter Rolfing® Structural Integration. Sometimes it is the missing ingredient to feeling better.

Rolfing SI looks at your discomforts not as an isolating event, rather part of the bigger picture. As Rolfers, we look for patterns of imbalance, recognizing that we are all connected and that neck pain can actually begin with your feet.

Your feet are like the foundation of your house. If the foundation is off, everything else that stacks up above it will be off too. When you experience an injury in your foot, you might find that you compensate by putting all of your weight onto the opposite leg. Once again, the foundation is off and this inevitably translates its way up the body, and a domino effect of imbalances result. Massage therapists work on muscles, Chiropractors work on bones, and Rolfers™ work on fascia. Did you know that if we removed all of your bones, muscles, and organs, but left your connective tissue intact, we would still see the silhouette of your body? Fascia is truly fascinating!
Structural Energy uses Rolfing® Structural Integration to enact positive change in your body and how you feel, looking at your discomforts not as an isolating event, rather part of the bigger picture. Perhaps you have tried other modalities such as massage, chiropractic, or physical therapy, but the results were too short-lived or the focus was too broad or too limited. A lot of my clients come to me after they have exhausted all of these options. Enter Rolfing Structural Integration. As Rolfers™, we look for patterns of imbalance, recognizing that we are all connected and that neck pain can actually begin with your feet.

There are three ways to approach Rolfing Structural Integration.

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10-series

The 10-series is sequentially designed to affect your whole body, and addresses the deeper patterns in your body. We begin with the outer layers of connective tissue in the first three sessions, access the core in sessions four through seven, and integrate the body in the remaining three.

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3-series

A great way to “sample” the work before committing to all ten sessions is by experiencing the 3-series. We cover the breath and the ribcage, the feet and lower legs, and the sides of the body. This is an appropriate spot to stop and evaluate whether or not Rolfing SI is providing the results that you are seeking.

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spot session

A spot-work session specifically addresses your area of discomfort. This is a nice option for those of you who are experiencing a lot of pain and need more immediate relief. While still effective, this kind of session acts as a quick-fix and the results are not as long lasting as with the 10-series. Sometimes clients will start with a spot-work session and then move on to the series.

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Jennifer’s work has changed my life.

I was having problems with pain in my hips, upper back, and neck which interfered with my daily life as well as exercise. Even after the first session with Jen, I felt more energy, more centered, and had more freedom of movement with less pain. After completing ten sessions, I feel twenty years younger and consider this one of the best bodywork programs I have ever experienced. My husband is now in the middle of his treatment program and can move his shoulder and raise his hand up to his head for the first time in years. I would strongly recommend Jennifer’s program to anyone. -Lori M., age 60

She learned where my problem areas are and intuitively knows how to address them.

I learned about Rolfing from a masseuse who recommended it to me. I wanted to improve my mobility and range of motion which had deteriorated over the years. I find that the 10 session program was the best start and have since benefited from Jennifer's customized approach. I always feel my flexibility and range of motion has improved immediately after each session. I feel very fortunate to have found such a professional and knowledgeable practitioner in Jennifer! -Bob S.

I highly recommend her sessions.

I've suffered with a combination of Scoliosis and Fibromyalgia for decades, and I've been to many massage therapists and chiropractors, but Jennifer's Rolfing sessions are the only treatments that work wonders on my chest and back muscles, allowing me to get fuller breaths, and move with much less restriction. -Steven S., Age 56

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