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This is one of the classic texts for manual and movment therapist. Dr Rolf's understanding of the human body is still relevan today. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mad_ona_trip
Best book on rolfing out there. This book talks about the fundamentals of Structural Integration (the official name Dr. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Yonathan Hormadaly
I love the book itself and the arrival time was good. The principles of the book are intense and are currently changing the medical world's view on body work.Published 15 months ago by Holly Richardson
I started sessions with a Rolfer last December. I really couldn't describe what he did, I just know he made my body feel twenty years younger. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Shelby
This book has a wealth of information. Rolf's genius really shines.
Great photos and illustrations throughout. Good for anyone working with the body, movement, pain, etc.
Ida Rolf is my rolfing guru; I will keep this book forever and revisit it for deep tisue body work guidance.Published 22 months ago by grace thomas
As a manual therapist, familiar with the work of Thomas Myers and others, i somehow expected to see more of the techniques the late dr Rolf used to structural integrate the bodies... Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by Dirk
This book is very well written and does an excellent job in explaining the theory behind the technique known as Structural Integration (aka Rolfing). Read morePublished on June 14, 2012 by Richard Krug
Do you walk with your feet splayed outwards? Strengthen the adductors of your thighs (thighmaster) and watch your feet turn inward.
Do you slump your shoulders forward? Read more