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A successful Rolfing® session must recognize that the body accommodates gravity differently depending on its position– whether it is standing, sitting or lying down–different positions present a more varied possibility to allow for more exacting manipulations to tailor to each individual’s posture and movement possibilities.
The fifth pictorial sequence demonstrates the Rolfing process upon the client’s ribcage, neck and legs as he stands next to a wall, breaths deeply and extends his shoulder girdle and arms over his head to further increase his breath capacity, the reach of his arm, and the mobility of the neck. The client is encouraged to find a sense of “up” from the neck through the top of his head so the effects of his improving posture will continually be reinforced and become a habit. New habits and possibilities are a trademark of Rolfing.
The knee shot has the client going through a repeated cycle of bending his knees as if he is sitting down then standing up again while the Rolfing is applied broadly along the iliotibial band on the side of his leg.
These combined actions take pressure off the knees, the lower back, and encourage the ribcage fascia to extend and work down through the hips, the legs, the calves and the feet.
The legs will also track in straighter line when walking and feel more contact and secure balance from the ground when standing.
Rolfing promotes an improved posture, an ease of mobility and a greater sense of security when standing and walking.