Advanced Rolfing Practitioner
25+ Year Member
of the Rolf Institute
of Structural Integration
James graduated from the University of Colorado with a B. S. in Biology. He completed his training under Dr. Ida Rolf in 1975 and the Advanced Training in 1982, repeating the program again in 2002. James has practiced in seven countries on three continents.
What is Rolfing?
If you suffer from back aches, joint/muscle stiffness, sciatica, tension headaches, tennis elbow and similar chronic ailments, or if you would like to improve your athletic performance and regain that youthful bounce you once had as a child, Rolfing may be just what you’re looking for.
Rolfing seeks to bring each part of the body into alignment with the other parts to create a freely-moving, functional whole. Rolfing reverses patterns of restricted movement by freeing and aligning strained connective tissues, thus restoring balance and vitality.
Read my free in-depth booklet, and find out about the theory and practice of Rolfing, how it improves posture and performance and why it resolves many chronic problems elusive to other disciplines. It also includes my history and personal approach to the work.