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Somatic Education Rolfing® in southeast Michigan

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Create lasting change in your body

Ida Rolf with client

Rolfing®, or what she called Structural Integration, was developed by Ida Rolf. It is a hands-on practice that is much more than a deep tissue massage or myofascial release. It works to differentiate and integrate fascia, muscles, and joints of the body to alleviate pain and give more ease and efficiency in movement. We look at the entire person to see the most important points limiting a higher level of order in your body. Rolfing is designed to begin as a series of 10 sessions systematically working through the body. This framework allows us to clearly make a plan for treatment rather than simply chasing pain symptoms. Fascia is a popular health topic in recent years, but Dr. Rolf talked about fascia as the "organ of support" in the body nearly 100 years ago. Theories on myofascial manipulation have evolved recently thanks to research from people like Robert Schleip, Gil Hedley, and Carla & Antonio Stecco. Pain science educators like Lorimer Moseley and Greg Lehman are also valuable resources.

What can Rolfing® help you with?

  • Pain relief

  • More range of motion

  • Improved performance

  • Less stress

  • Increased breath capacity

  • Proper mechanics

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Low back pain

  • Sciatica

  • Jaw pain (TMJ) / Neck pain
  • Arthritis
  • Nerve impingement
  • Abdominal pain
  • And more

Contact

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James Tremblay
Certified Rolfer®
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Address

Farmington Professional Park

23023 Orchard Lake Rd.

Building F

Farmington, Michigan 48336

Phone & Email

Working Hours

Wednesday 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.

Thurs. & Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Directions: The location is named Farmington Professional Park on Google Maps. Building F is in the middle of the south row of buildings (2x3 setup, which is NOT shown correctly on Google Maps' overhead view). It's easiest to enter through the door that faces the central atrium. Enter that door, turn left, and you'll see my door facing you. Look for the Give thanks to your body sign. However, both main doors to building F can take you to my office easily; there are only a few rooms. I do not have a business sign on the outside door.

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