Therapies to Support Your Body
Advanced Rolfing Structural Integration
Rolfing® is the name for the original system of neuro-fascial therapy developed by Dr. Ida P. Rolf. Rolfing can and does make dramatic changes in a person’s physical structure. Rolfing has an unequaled and unprecedented ability to dramatically alter a person’s posture and structure. Rolfing is a principle based therapy–as contrasted to one that is based on a routine–the Rolfer is trained to assessed the client’s neuro-fascial holding patterns and to use their hands and gentle client movement, to help the client release them. Professional athletes, dancers, children, business people and people from all walks of life have benefited from Rolfing. People seek Rolfing as a way to ease pain and chronic stress, and improve performance in their professional and daily activities. It’s estimated that more than 1 million people have received Rolfing.
This video, from German Television, discusses the research into the properties of the fascial network, of Advanced Rolfer Dr. Robert Schleip.
You can make an appointment for a Rolfing session with Jim Pascucci, Advanced Rolfer, BCSI, here.
Fascial Movement Taping
Fascial Movement Taping (FMT) supports the body while allowing it to move freely. Unlike a bracing type of taping, athletic tape for instance, this tape is especially made to lift the skin and the layer of fascia that lies just below the skin. This lifting allows for more hydration to the underlying tissue while signaling to the brain to pay attention to this area. FMT can be used almost anywhere on the body but is most commonly used on:
We use and were trained by Rock Tape to use their product. Here’s a little video on the Rock Tape:
Jim Pascucci, Advanced Rolfer, BCSI is a Rock Tape certified “Rock Doc”. Jim holds Friday night clinics periodically where he will address a specific issue that FMT can help. Next clinic
You can make and appointment for a FMT taping session email Jim.
Functional Movement Assessment
The Functional Movement Assessment is a foundation of private training as well as beneficial for someone starting a new exercise program, returning to a sport or starting a new sport. Too often we start a new regime or sport and end up exacerbating a movement flaw and injuring ourselves. This is very common in the world of recreational running which has the highest injury rate per capita of any sport. The movement assessment will provide you with a view into your strengths and places where you need to put extra effort to reduce the chance of injury. You can make and appointment for the assessment email Jim
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