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Working with an Over-Activated Nervous System

By |2019-03-12T22:09:01+00:00December 1st, 2009|Rolfing SI Articles by Libby Eason|

Ask the Faculty CASPARI, Monica / SALVESON, Michael / EASON, Libby / ROSSI, Cornelia / KEEN, Lael Katharine / AGNEESSENS, Carol / BERG, Valerie / SCHEWE, John Publication: Structural Integration / Language: English Date: 12-2009 / Volume: 37 / Issue #: 4 / Page: 2-6 Abstract: Question: I have noticed that some of my clients [...]

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A Journey, Not a Destination

By |2019-03-12T22:09:01+00:00December 1st, 2009|Rolfing SI Articles by Libby Eason|

EASON, Libby Publication: Structural Integration / Language: English Date: 12-2009 / Vol: 37 / Issue #: 4 / Page: 9-10 Editor’s Note: In this issue, we profile two U.S. Rolfers who are also instructors for the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration. My practice is a constant source of inspiration. I was first drawn to this [...]

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Core Strength from a Rolfing Perspective

By |2019-03-12T22:09:01+00:00March 25th, 2009|Rolfing SI Articles by Libby Eason|

CASPARI, Monica / MARTINE, Jon / EASON, Libby Publication: Structural Integration / Language: English Date: 03-2009 / Vol: 37 / Issue #: 1 / Page: 3-5 Question: In the fitness world the concept of “core strength” is often mentioned as a benefit of certain exercise regimens. Please compare and contrast the concept of core strength [...]

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In Support of Arms

By |2019-03-12T22:09:02+00:00January 25th, 2009|Rolfing SI Articles by Libby Eason|

EASON, Libby Publication: IASI - Yearbook / Language: English Year: 2009 / Vol: 1 / Issue #: 1 / Page: 69-70 Gary came to my office for Rolfing Structural Integration in 2006. His history included having Legg-Calve-Perthes in both hips (also called Perthes disease), more severely in the left. He was confined in a body [...]

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On the Ground

By |2019-03-12T22:09:02+00:00September 1st, 2007|Rolfing SI Articles by Libby Eason|

Practical Realities of Law, Licensure and LegislationPublication: Structural Integration / Language: English Date: 09-2007 / Volume: 35 / Issue #: 3 / Page: 15-16 For many, regulation is a dubious word. Luckily, many of us live in states where Certified Rolfers are exempt from local regulation. However, this is all about to change, as a number [...]

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