Ida Rolf Method

Testimonial from a Body Psychotherapist

07/06/2016

As a body – oriented therapist I am aware of the amount of information stored in our bodies, which we used as an armor to protect ourselves over the years. I received the 10 Structural Integration sessions from Avi. I felt this could help me get more space in my body. Less pain and it would make me longer! Avi taught me how I can use the support from the environment such as the floor or a chair. These practical exercises are tools for life. Contact Avi I highly recommend!

Do you suffer from?

  • Disk herniation?
  • Back pain?
  • Scoliosis?
  • Emotional condition deriving from physiological problem?

Have you tried conventional medicine, alternative medicine, massage, physiotherapy, but nothing really helped?

A top orthopedist had pronounced that recovery was impossible

10/10/2014
When I first came to Avi a year and a half ago I was in very poor shape. My posture had collapsed to the left, apparently due to a worsening in my scoliosis. Walking was difficult, sitting was difficult -- getting through the day was difficult. I was reduced to short periods of gentle movement interrupted by long periods of rest. A top orthopedist had pronounced that recovery was impossible -- that the only solution would be long spinal fusion of some 17 vertebrae.

Opening a [New] Future 

Using the "Rolfing” technique in children and young adults suffering from scoliosis, can not only retard its progression, but can even reverse it by straightening the degree curvature significantly. 
The extent to which an integrated therapy of opening fascial adhesions and movement exercises can relieve the pain of individuals with mild scoliosis can be learnt from the case of Naama (pseudo name). 
A few months ago Naama (a young woman aged 29) arrived at my clinic for treatment. 

Straightening the line.

Modern medicine doesn’t treat people suffering from slight scoliosis*. The treatment for relieving the pain and preventing further deterioration can be found in the treatment combining the opening of the adhesion of the covering of the muscle and movement.

lower back pain is the most common area for back pain. 

sometimes this causes problems in upper parts of the back too!


Lower back pain treatment
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