Think about your health goals. Do you want to run like a champion or simply feel good after you roll out of bed? Are you recovering from surgery or just recovering from the usual aches and stresses of life?
Well, depending upon your goals, Cina Structural Integration offers different therapeutic choices.
The human body is an engineering marvel of nature - but how it functions can be boiled down into a childhood song: "The foot bone connects to the shin bone. The shin bone connects to the knee bone. …" Put another way, all of the human body’s amazing systems (skeletal, muscular, organ, nervous, emotional, myofascial and more) work together to create optimal health. But if an element of one system functions improperly or is out of alignment, the body compensates elsewhere. In the short term, compensation helps the body continue to function. But patterns of compensation tend to persist, and the original source of dysfunction in the body often does not return to its original state after it has "healed."
A modified version of the 10 Series. The 5 Series is for clients who already have a fluid body, familiarity with Rolf Structural Integration or a high degree of body awareness. Whereas a 10 Series is meant for only a few times in a client’s life, the 5 Series can occur more frequently - but be just as transformative as the 10 Series.
Just finish softball season or a tough summer of Zumba? Perhaps you had a fender bender or slipped on the ice, and something feels out of whack. For clients already familiar with Rolf Structural Integration, a 3 Series is the ideal way to address targeted needs that result from overuse or life’s common misfortunes.
Single sessions that address specific concerns. Periodic Tune-Up Sessions help maintain the benefits of multiseries sessions clients may have already completed.
Aligning The Body ~ Creating Ease
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