Align and Invigorate with the Rolf Method of Structural Integration
Do any of these statements sound like you?
- My back (or neck, hip, or whatever) feels chronically tight or sore.
- All the sitting, standing, physical activity, or work I do has really caught up to me.
- I want to take better care of myself.
Maybe you have already tried other methods and have not had the results you wanted. Have hope! You can experience less pain and more ease of movement with the Rolf Method of Structural Integration. Have less downtime and spend more time on the activities you enjoy!
Clients from office workers to athletes benefit from working with Barbara. One high-mileage cyclist said it was the best his legs had felt in years.
Don’t wait to feel better. Visit Barbara’s Website to book your session now!
About Barbara Jean Conti
Despite a wise massage therapist’s suggestion to Barbara to visit a Rolfer®, it took her a long time to come around to the idea. She hopes that you will not make the same mistake. When she finally did get a 10-session series, she was amazed at the positive changes she felt in her body. Chronic back and arm pains vanished. She felt light on her feet when running – a big change from her usual, plodding gait.
After considering several options for a career outside the cubicle, Barbara decided to pursue training at the Guild for Structural Integration because of the impressive results she experienced from this work. For a number of years, she maintained both her office job and a part-time bodywork practice. Now, she is dedicated to manual therapy and your well-being. Barbara wants you to experience the benefits of bodywork that is centered on your specific needs.
Diploma, Guild for Structural Integration, Salt Lake City, Utah
Member, International Association of Structural Integrators
Member, Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
Member/Volunteer, Healing Hands Network
Minneapolis Business License LIC70693 (expires 1/1/2019)
Barbara’s office is located at 201 East Hennepin Avenue, in Northeast Minneapolis (above Ginger Hop restaurant).
Information contained in this website is of a general educational nature and is not meant to diagnose, assess, or prescribe.