What to Expect

About Your Rolfing Session

  • First Session Length: 75 - 90 minutes
  • Ongoing Session Length: 60 - 75 minutes


When planning on how long to expect in session, it depends on where you are in your journey. Traditionally Rolfing sessions are 60-75 minutes long, with your very first session ranging from 75-90 minutes. This allows ample time for a comprehensive intake during your first session, and for bodywork and movement integration during your sessions.

If you are still on the fence about getting started, we also offer a complimentary 30 minute consultation in order to make sure you have the right fit with your practitioner. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Cancellation Policy

I authorize the clinic and its associated health professionals to collect my personal and medical information as documented above. In addition, I authorize the clinic and its associated health professionals to communicate with my family doctor and/or referring doctor as deemed necessary for my beneficial treatment. I also understand that my personal and medical information is confidential and will only be disclosed to third parties with my permission.

Clothing Requirements

For optimal comfort and mobility during your session, consider these alternatives to traditional and tight-fitting attire such as yoga pants, jeans, or tights:

  • Lightweight and breathable shorts suitable for running, ensuring ease of movement
  • Functional tops designed for active use, providing both support and freedom without the constraints of traditional fashion items
  • Additionally, individuals may choose supportive upper garments such as sports bras or tank tops, focusing on utility and comfort during your session.

10 Series
In-Depth Breakdown

Adaptability of
shoulders and breath.

Increasing volume capacity in the lungs to create more movement in the torso by working the superficial fascia.

Support from
the feet to the back.

Increasing the functionality of the arches and building a stronger connection from your feet to your spinal erector muscles.

Finding balance
and leveling the hips.

Focusing on the QL, (muscle towards the bottom of your back) along with surrounding structures, to even out front back balance.

Support from
arches to pelvis.

Increasing support from the arches to the adductors to provide more ability for length of stride.

Balancing the upper
and lower body (Front).

Increasing balance of the hip flexors and core muscles to provide more length and ease through the hips, stomach, and chest.

Balancing the upper
and lower body (Back).

Increasing adaptability and support from the back of the body provides ease to joints, focusing on the hips and low back through the hamstrings.

Support and adaptability 
for the head and neck.

Optimizing the relationship between the head to neck, and neck to shoulders. Allowing ample time to treat issues like TMJ disorder through specialized techniques.

Renewed integration
and balance.

These sessions have freedom in that the goal is to first address any structural patterns that may need final work, then addressing functional patterns that do too. These are often seen as upper body and lower body sessions.

Superficial integration bodywork 
to reorganize tissues.

Stabilizing the changes that have happened through the series and closing all projects. 

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FREE Consultation.

You may be diagnosed with a common condition, but everyone responds differently. Get a personalized plan to stop your pain. 


Unfortunately no. We are currently working to make this a possibility, although we do provide at home services, provided you have the space. Especially in the case of accessibility, we are happy to discount the travel expenses and bring necessary equipment. 

Yes! Traditionally when Dr. Ida Rolf created the 10 series technology hadn’t advanced to be such a large part of society, thus the majority of people had significantly less pain in this area. Although in recent years, phones and computers have heavily impacted these structures. Depending on the individual goals, we can address the arms and hands as much as any other bodily regions.

We recommend all clients receive the 10 series, although many clients have had huge success without it. The series provides a more holistic approach, as if we only address your individual goals each session, something elsewhere might be missed. If this is a concern, we recommend trying 1 session targeting your goals, and working with your practitioner to create an optimized plan for you.