Structural Integration has a reputation for greatly improving the quality
of professional and daily activity. As well, athletic and artistic performance
often gets noticeably better. Chronic pain is reduced and often disappears
Olympic Medalist figure skater Brian Orser and concert pianist Richard Cass saw their professional performance improve considerably. Brian Orser even gained five-eighths of an inch in height, which is not uncommon through Structural Integration. Richard Cass got rid of a numbness problem in his right hand and testifies that his creative energy increased and his performance improved, both technically and artistically. (You can read about Brian Orser, Richard Cass and dozens of others in Rolfing: Stories of Personal Empowerment, Briah Anson, Heartland Personal Growth Press.)
No matter who we are we all have something in common, something important
and precious; our body. And we all have the possibility of taking advantage
of Structural Integration to reap benefits similar to those reaped by
Brian Orser and Richard Cass.
It is often recommended by health professionals to address bad posture, chronic back and neck pain and persistent physical discomfort. It is also recommended for physical pain resulting from traumatic events like car accidents.
The expansion of the thorax allows the organs to find their space in the abdominal cavity. The realignment of the spine has improved the position of the shoulders and the head.
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All testimonials are from clients of Lucinda Lanthier
My posture has improved, my gait is lighter. Physically, I feel stonger,
psychologically, more confident.”
|Rolf Method of Structural Integration, Montréal|