Phone: 303-770-2582 x392
Justin Farrell, a Colorado native, is a Certified Rolf Practitioner from the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration® in Boulder, CO. He also holds a B.S. in Psychology from Colorado State University. Justin serves on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Structural Integrators® (IASI).
Justin was led to a career as a Rolfer™ to provide a manual therapy which addresses root cause of symptoms to create more long term change in the health of body and mind. He works to free restrictions in the connective tissue matrix, therefore improving posture and creating more smoothly functioning relationships in the body. Client participation is incorporated into Rolfing® sessions to retrain the brain to find easy and energy efficient movement. He enjoys guiding clients to subtle yet profound experiences by utilizing strong communication skills. Rolfing® Structural Integration (SI) is not painful and may bring dramatic results including injury recovery, pain reduction, stress relief, sleep improvement, increased flexibility and freedom of movement, headache relief and better balance and ease. Justin works to meet individual goals with the understanding that true and honest change comes from within.
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Is Rolfing® like Massage?
No. Although complementary, the two are very different. The goals of Rolfing Structural Integration are to make more long-lasting change in the tissue AND habitual patterns and postures. This makes Rolfing more participatory and procedural.
Generally, a client’s initial Rolfing series is performed over 10 sessions, each lasting 90 minutes. Each session has a different focus and builds on the goals of the previous.