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

Craig Swan's Clients Speak About Their Rolfing Experience


Rolfing"As a yoga teacher and a physical therapist, I recognize how important it is to have great knowledge and expertise when dealing with clients and their bodies, especially when injured. I've worked a lot with Craig, because I know how gifted he is. In the area of rolfing his knowledge is unsurpassed. In terms of 'body work,' I find rolfing to be extremely beneficial and healing and the first person I recommend when it comes to rolfing is Craig Swan."

- Donna Jackson

"Until I went through the rolfing with Craig, I had chronic lower back, hamstring and calf problems. Besides feeling better after each session, Craig taught me how to use my body in a much more efficient and relaxed way. Little did I know that the way I was unconsciously using my toes was effecting the muscles in the back of my legs reaching all the way to my lower back. Since going through the rolfing with Craig back in the 90s, I had no problems with my back, calves or hamstrings. I would strongly suggest that anyone with a chronic muscle/skeletal problem try rolfing, it sure helped me."

- Tom Seaver

"A Rolfer is an enabler, and there's none better than Craig. In my case, the combination of Rolfing and exercise has proved the surgeons wrong."

- Larry Smith

Woman being Rolfed"After several unfortunate auto accidents, it was discovered that I had four herniated and two bulging discs in my neck. Surgery would have required going in from the front of my neck, which I wasn't anxious to do.

Over the course of a year, and after seeing a laundry list of massage and physical therapists, acupuncturists and chiropractors, using all of the latest state-of-the-art techniques, I still experienced only minimal non-lasting pain relief. Luckily, I found out about Craig and the practical way that he combines Rolfing with Rossiter techniques. I credit Craig Swan with keeping me out of the operating room and giving me more pain relief than all of the other techniques combined. I recommend his services highly."

- Rick Kennell
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