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  • Full Name: Diana Cary
  • Location: Downtown Ganges
  • Phone: 250-222-0978
  • Expires: 20 days, 10 hours

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  • Item listed by: on June 8, 2019

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    Hello! I’ve been a Rolfer™ for 9+ years, and I’m looking for clients who would like to experience the 10-series.

    What is Rolfing? Rolfing is an efficient and effective therapy for many of life’s pains and discomforts. When the body is thrown off balance for various reasons, with the external manipulation of the connective tissue (fascia) and the report of your internal experience, together we bring the body into alignment within the field of gravity (the subtle but constant force upon us). It’s excellent for addressing chronic pain and the lingering effects of trauma.

    When you are injured, your body creates a holding pattern as a way to prevent that injury from occurring again. If the injury is physical, then scar tissue builds to protect the area from a pending reoccurrence. This adhesion can throw your entire connective tissue system out of alignment by holding one area tight, so that the rest of the body has to compensate around it. If the injury is emotional or psychological, a similar pattern develops overtime to prevent future suffering, but often inhibits the truest expression of yourself.

    Regardless of the origin of the pain, the trauma response of our bodies is effective in the short-term, but can be the root cause of chronic pain over the long-term, if it continues without a release. Rolfing is most effective at addressing these old, inefficient holding patterns, which gives you a new experience of your body, and an opportunity for your fullest self-expression.

    What is the 10-series? Over the course of 10 sessions we systematically unwind your fascia where it’s holding inefficiently and causing undue strain, and reorganize your fascial patterns so that you have much more balance, freedom, and ease in your body. Our bodies inherently wish to be efficient. If we help the fascia to release where it’s no longer needing to hold (since the cause of the holding pattern has long since passed), the body quickly learns that the new way that feels better and requires less energy.

    The cost: I’m offering the 10-series June through August on a sliding scale of $65-$85 per 75 minute session. It is recommended to begin with the first 3 sessions, at a frequency of one session per week, to decide if it is a process you’d like to complete. Once we begin on the 4th session, it’s best to finish the series through to the 10th session.

    The schedule: I see clients Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in a bright and comfortable studio in downtown Ganges.

    Be in touch for a free consultation to see if we’re a good fit: phaesporya@gmail.com or 250-222-0978

    Diana Cary
    Certified Rolfer™

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