IRWIN-MAYBERRY, H. Ro
NOEL, Elisa Jane
BERGSTROM, Dean
BRANDL, Andreas
SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
Pages: 132-133
Year 2024
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IRWIN-MAYBERRY, H. Ro
NOEL, Elisa Jane
BERGSTROM, Dean
BRANDL, Andreas
SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
Pages: 128-131
Year 2024
Editor’s note: In January 2024, Wolf Wagner, PhD, submitted an article to Structure, Function, Integration for publication in the June 2024 issue. He wanted to honor his friend and colleague, Dr. Hans Flury (1945-2023), by publishing the notes he took during a lecture that Flury gave in 2014. Sadly, we are now publishing this article posthumously, with the blessing of his wife, Renate “Male” Mueller. MaryAnn Skillman has graciously written a few thoughts about Wolf’s legacy. His article – The High and the Low Road: A Reconstruction of a Dr. Hans Flury Lecture – follows. We extend our deepest condolences to Renata “Male” Mueller, Wolf’s wife, and all his friends and family.
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IRWIN-MAYBERRY, H. Ro
NOEL, Elisa Jane
BERGSTROM, Dean
BRANDL, Andreas
SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
Pages: 122-127
Year 2024
Editor’s note: To celebrate the career of Rolfing® Instructor, Larry Koliha, we have a collection of writings from those who knew him well: Bethany Ward, Kevin McCoy, Brett Linder, Neal Anderson, and Russell Stolzoff. We extend our deepest condolences to Bethany Ward, Larry’s wife, his children, and all his friends and family.
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IRWIN-MAYBERRY, H. Ro
NOEL, Elisa Jane
BERGSTROM, Dean
BRANDL, Andreas
SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
Pages: 112-121
Editor’s Note: To honor the legacy of Dr. Maitland, we have: (1) A reprint of “The Tao of Rolfing” by Jeffrey Maitland, PhD, originally appearing in this publication, on page 1 of the 1990 May/ June (volume 18, issue 2) when we were called Rolf Lines. (2) A collection of remembrances by colleagues: Jan H. Sultan, Michael Salveson, Peter Schwind, PhD, Pedro Prado, PhD, Tara Detwiler, and Russell Stolzoff. We extend our deepest condolences to LeeAnn Maitland, Jeff’s wife, his children, and all his extended family and friends.
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IRWIN-MAYBERRY, H. Ro
NOEL, Elisa Jane
BERGSTROM, Dean
BRANDL, Andreas
SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
Pages: 106-111
Year 2024
ABSTRACT Holism and reductionism both play a role in the philosophical origins of healthcare. In this article, Rolfer® Alan Richardson compares the holistic nature of Dr. Ida Rolf’s work and philosophies with the reductionist methodologies of allopathic medicine.
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IRWIN-MAYBERRY, H. Ro
NOEL, Elisa Jane
BERGSTROM, Dean
BRANDL, Andreas
SHINNEMAN, Amy
URBANCZIK, Aleš
Don St. John
BAILEY, Greer
Lu Mueller-Kaul
SCHWIND, Peter
SKILLMAN, MaryAnn
WANG, Tina J.
Pages: 101-105
Year 2024
ABSTRACT This case study is of a client who had bilateral mastectomies and then had a five-session series of Rolfing® Structural Integration, a fascial-focused therapy. The client, JD, was a thirty-nine-year-old breast cancer survivor who had had six surgeries and radiation to treat breast cancer. The treatment protocols included scar tissue release, proprioceptive mapping, and fascia release techniques in the Rolfing paradigm. Positive results were observed with regard to an increased range of motion in humeral flexion returning to a normal range, and the pain was alleviated.
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