The benefits of Structural Integration are numerous and diverse, working on physical, emotional, mental, and energetic levels. Many people report feeling taller, having more energy, and being more at ease in their bodies which are simply the results of a body being more aligned and present.
The reality is that the results of the Rolf Method greatly depend on the individual and their goals. However, commonly reported benefits are:
Improved balance, posture & alignment
Reduced physical aches & pain
Improved range of motion
Improved athletic performance & recovery
Improved flexibility, coordination, & stability
Relaxation: Reduce stress & improve emotional health
Ease, lightness and fluidity in movement & breath
Increased mental energy
Heightened body awareness & anatomical understanding
Psychological growth & Empowerment
Improved strength & load tolerance
Reduced sensitivity to pain
Who Benefits from Structural Integration
There is no such thing as a typical client. Structural Integration is a holistic therapy that considers the whole body: anatomical structure, nervous system, body awareness, movement, and/or mental-emotional state. Just about anyone can find benefit from bodywork (adults, elderly, children, and athletes) because sessions are tailored to a client's lifestyle, environment, and physical concerns. Structural Integration can also help those recovering from injury or surgery, or those with limited range of motion, posture concerns, scoliosis, stress, trouble sleeping, or those suffering from acute or chronic pain.