I started my Rolfing practice in April of 2003 after sixteen years as an architect. Often people say that is quite a change, however, I see Rolfing as working with the dynamic architecture of the body as opposed to the static architecture of a building.
I like to say that Rolfing makes me more comfortable in my own skin. That means several things to me. First, movement – walking, biking, yoga – is easier and more fluid. Second, the little aches and pains that had built up over the years are gone or greatly diminished. And third, my sense of self is enhanced.