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  • v. Present participle of rolf.


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  • As if they had a rolfing appointment or a helicopter to catch.

    Erica Abeel: The New York A-List Flock Together

  • I did rolfing, and pilates, but really nothing helped center myself until anal catapulting.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • And for specialized care, they can turn not only to neurologists and cardiologists but to experts in reflexology (a healing system based on foot massage), rolfing (which stresses body alignment) and other unconventional practices.

    Going Mainstream

  • Most companies still refuse to pay for treatments they deem experimental, and those that offer unconventional care usually charge extra for it, reasoning that rolfing and reflexology should complement standard treatment, not replace it.

    Going Mainstream

  • It is a lot cheaper than the goofy practices in the US, like rolfing (which just plain hurts), aroma therapy, shark cartilage diets, herbal cancer cures, bits-of-animals-not-to-be-mentioned libido enhancers and, believe it or not, equine chiropractors.

    A newbie Gabacho in Mexico

  • Sixties radical Jerry Rubin wrote that he tried just about every fad of the 1970s (rolfing, est, yoga, sex therapy, finding his inner child); one of the chapters in his book Growing (Up) at Thirty-Seven is called “Searching for Myself.”

    Generation Me

  • It cost me $120 for what felt like a deep-tissue rolfing session.


  • I ended up needing several months of rolfing and deep tissue massage to heal the injury.

    2004 September | the blog of author, illustrator and designer Kris Waldherr

  • Besides, it's only 10mg a day, which is more of a gentle massage than a massive rolfing.

    4/30/02 Today was a rare

  • Tx homeopathic, natruopathic, "Feldenkrais" myofacial release (rolfing) homeopathy News


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