Definitions

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  • n. A form of bodywork based on Rolfing and consisting of massage, movement techniques, and body/mind awareness.

Etymologies

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Heller +‎ work, after its inventor Joseph Heller.

Examples

  • I turned to Dan Rawson, a specialist in Hellerwork Structural Integration, a series of deep-tissue bodywork and movement education designed to realign the body, reorganize muscle and connective tissue, and release chronic tension and stress.

    Misty

  • For me, Hellerwork is what finally helped get my RSI “under control.”

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  • The Alexander Technique, Feldenkrais, and Hellerwork make us more aware of our habitual movement patterns so that we can change or refine them.

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  • Instead, we included a listing of specialized bodywork methods such as Hellerwork, Rolfing, and reflexology and the associations that represent them.

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  • Hellerwork training includes classwork in anatomy and physiology, myofascial anatomy, body systems, deep tissue bodywork, movement, psychological inquiry, and ergonomics.

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  • Occasionally, Dan would put a bit of beeswax on his hands, but Hellerwork isn’t anything like massage, where the masseur slides his hands over the tissue with oil or lotion.

    Misty

  • Hellerwork is a healing system that combines movement education, structural bodywork, and dialogue to free clients of limiting mental and physical patterns, enhance their ability to easily adapt to life’s changes, and realign the body using connective tissue reorganization techniques.

    You’re Certifiable

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