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Our collection has a new look!

Our collection has a new look !
To make your search easier, we built a new version of the larger collection that gathers the literature about Rolfing in only one location.

A tribute to Dr. Ida Pauline Rolf and to all of those that contributed to the continuity of her legacy.

Check what Pedro Prado, the curator of this collection, shares with us about the intention of this project!

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CAPA DIRI_Journal_November_2022_INTERACTIVE

Structure, Function, Integration – Nov 2022/ Vol. 50, No. 3

ABSTRACT Just like the ease that a person experiences when standing on their ‘Line’, as Dr. Ida Rolf described, people move with ease when they apply the wisdom of the tonic function model, as retired, French Rolf Movement Instructor Hubert Godard has described. In this article, Dr. Ida Rolf Institute® faculty member, Per Haaland, reviews his own path learning, practicing, and teaching Godard’s tonic function model from workshops with Godard himself, as well as a mentorship with Rolf Movement Instructor Kevin Frank.
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CAPA DIRI_Journal_November_2022_INTERACTIVE

Structure, Function, Integration – Nov 2022/ Vol. 50, No. 3

HACK, Lina
In this article, Dr. Carla Stecco describes the application of cadaver studies for manual therapy, the histology of fascia, and the innervation of fascia. Editor’s note: This interview was conducted in person on September 9th, 2022, a day before the start of the Sixth International Fascia Research Congress held in Montréal, Canada (see page 99).
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Structure, Function, Integration – July 2022/ Vol. 50, No. 2

ABSTRACT The COVID-19 epidemic of the past two years challenged manual therapists and movement educators around the world in ways that few could have previously imagined. While COVID-19 severely limited the conventional practice of structural integration (SI), it provided a unique opportunity for innovation in the online space. Applying a biopsychosocial model of engagement and integrating Rolf Movement®, Rolfing® SI philosophy, and Somatic Experiencing®, the author Kevin McCarthy illustrates the possibilities of working outside the limitations of a touch-based model. Discussing the legal, ethical, and practical approaches involved in making a transition to an online medium, McCarthy uses a case study to illustrate methods and approaches that translate effectively to both online and in-person offerings. Drawing heavily on his expertise in trauma work, pain science, and client education, McCarthy demonstrates how manual therapists may adapt to the limitations of a pandemicchallenged practice, and offers options for bringing manual therapy into the digital era.
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