At Boston Rolfer, certified professional Diana Phillips applies pressure to the corpus to loosen up webs of connective tissue. Rolfing applies deliberate, directed pressure to lengthen the body’s fascia, with the aim of improving posture, eliminating pain, and increasing slam-dunk ability. Phillips takes a holistic approach to healing, tracing discomforts to their source while netting convalescent results throughout the body. Check Boston Rolfer’s FAQ page for details of the treatment as well as special stretching tips for satyr legs and minotaur shoulders.
Over the past 17 years, David Cobb has added a host of clinical bodywork certifications to his massage therapy diploma. That's why, in addition to relaxation massages, clients also rely on him for deep-tissue, sports, and myofascial therapy. Cobb is also an expert at The Rolf Method of Structural Integration—a form of deep bodywork that improves alignment and function by releasing restrictions within the body's connective tissue system. Structural Integration sessions also rely on gravity to help achieve results, just like a billionaire who’s trying to get his pet monkey off a chandelier.