Internationally experienced therapist works to realign bodies with combination of focused pressure, movement, and breathing techniques
- Expires Jan 16, 2013
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Sessions must be used by same person.
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- $65 for a 75-minute rolfing session (a $130 value)
- $185 for three 75-minute rolfing sessions (a $390 value)
An internationally experienced therapist works to elongate connective tissue and realign the body by applying pressure on specific areas. While the therapist works, the client practices breathing techniques or makes small, cooperative movements depending on the area currently being treated.
Copleys Rolf & Bodywork
At Copleys Rolf & Bodywork, owner Joel Gheiler rejuvenates stiff figures of any age with a series of connective-tissue manipulations coupled with a caring demeanor fine-tuned nationally and abroad in Mexico and the Dominican Republic. Now settled into Boston, the muscle whisperer rejuvenates the physiques of his clientele using the Rolf Method of Structural Integration, facets of which combine to optimize healing over a 10-session recipe. The method's slow, deliberate strokes and cooperative movements soften the underlying tissue and realign bodies bent out of shape from time spent cramped in a car or locked in a suitcase. Deep-tissue myofascial massages condense the Rolf method’s techniques into one session for a treatment that immediately targets discomfort and pain while providing a relaxing retreat from the outside world. Clients can wear fitted or loose clothing and need not worry about walking away oily, since Joel eschews lotions and oils in order to target the soft tissue and keep bodies from sliding off the table and down the street.