- How can I stand up straight without always having to think about it?
- How do I get rid of this chronic tension and anxiety for good?
- Shouldn’t athletes be able to do the sport they love without injuries?
- Is there something we can do to avoid some of the pain that ends up taking so many people to the hospital?
- After more than 10 years of yoga, why does my neck still hurt?
These are the questions I’ve been asking since my discovery of yoga in 1991. Exploring movement in a yoga practice I struggled with flexibility, but I realized that I was more calm and sleeping better than ever. I started thinking about how we hold ourselves as we move. And I knew I wanted to work with people to find better ways of moving.
Rolfing® has helped me find answers to these questions.
Over time, I came to believe more and more that our bodies are designed to move and support us easily and without pain. But it wasn’t until I found Rolfing that I found a technique that sets out to reestablish the balance and ease of movement that is fundamental to every human being.
In 1996 I received my Associates Degree of Physical Therapy. In physical therapy, I have worked with people of all ages in a variety of settings; hospitals, rehab centers and long term care centers. I worked with older people who had become debilitated after a long illness; children with conditions from cerebral palsy to traumatic brain injury; and with people of all ages recovering from different illnesses, surgeries or accidents.
I believe that being human is an amazing adventure. I believe that easy, pain-free movement is available to each of us. And I believe that Rolfing can be an opportunity for an individual to explore ways to find more ease. In December of 2012, I completed my certification through the Rolf Institute® of Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado.
Contact Deb at email@example.com