the body experiences physical trauma, the soft tissue (fascia) loses
its pliability becoming tight, restricted and tension begins to
build through out the body. Trauma can be a fall, whiplash, surgery
or just repetitive stress injuries. The fascia can exert excessive
pressure producing pain or restriction of motion. They affect flexibility
and stability, and are a determining factor in the ability to withstand
stress and strain. This form of bodywork loosens up and reorganizes
the soft tissue of the body, including muscles, tendons, ligaments
and fascia, to bring relief from chronic pain and trauma.
Rolfing in the NEW YORK TIMES 2010
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