The Benefits

Rolfing can bring relief of chronic stress, tension and pain, including headaches, neck and shoulder pain, back pain and joint restrictions, hip, knee and ankle problems, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, TMJ, plantarfascitis, tendonitis, tennis elbow and frozen shoulder

You'll enjoy better posture and flexibility with improved coordination and balance. Athletes can realize improved performance; and everyone will experience enhancements to and shortened recovery time from injuries and trauma. Psychological and emotional growth will result from the released burdens, fomenting greater body awareness and all that brings with it. More...


Quote Anyone can take a body apart; it takes a Rolfer to put one together. Unquote

                            - Ida P. Rolf

Brandon Garinger, Certified Rolfer


Healing the Structure -photo by garythephotographerIn 2000, Brandon earned a bachelor's degree in Anthropology, with a holistic healing focus, from Stanford University in California.

In 2001, out of the experience of his first Ten Sessions of Structural Integration from Craig Swan, came a deep interest in Dr. Ida Rolf and her work.

He began studying Rolfing with legendary Rolfer and Rolf instructor, Emmett Hutchins in 2005, and is a certified Rolf practitioner from the Guild for Structural Integration.

Brandon is also a nationally certified Massage Therapist, and has been a Teacher for the Pacific Center for Awareness and Bodywork on the island of Kauai, Hawaii, where he maintained a two-year private practice.

As an athlete, he played four years of Varsity Soccer at Stanford University in the PAC-10, where he earned All-American Academic honors. He is also a Staff Coach with Touchmasters Soccer Academy based in both Connecticut, and the Carribean nation of St. Vincent & The Grenadines.

Brandon blends his experience in athletics, yoga, and awareness techniques with a deep passion for Rolf's Structural Integration.

photo by garythephotographer