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Rolfing is named after its founder, Dr. Ida P. Rolf, Rolfing® Structural Integration is a form of bodywork that reorganizes the connective tissues, called fascia, that permeate the entire body.

Holistic hands-on therapy for people in pain

Car accidents, sports injuries, surgeries, repetitive movements—even that demanding desk job—can cause discomfort and pain that makes life miserable. Unresolved pain can interfere with your sleep, your relationships and your favorite activities, like bike riding with your kids, puttering in your garden, or picking up a friendly game of pickleball.

Pain isn’t a condition you should have to suffer through. Rolfing® can help. 

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Hi I'm Skyelore

As a certified Rolfer®, I can help you decrease chronic pain, improve grace of movement and experience more freedom in your body by getting to the root cause of your pain—not just chasing symptoms. 

I discovered the benefits of Rolfing after a car crash left me with debilitating whiplash. The therapy helped with my pain and it restored my health, increased my energy and improved my posture. I look forward to showing you how Rolfing can make a difference in your life too!

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What is Rolfing?

Rolfing® is a specialized hands-on, bodywork therapy that takes a structural, integrative approach to resolving pain from head to toe. Unlike massage therapy, I assess the body’s alignment, mobility and flexibility to determine how to best address the pain. 


By releasing stiffness and tension in the body’s connective tissues, called fascia, Rolfing helps you experience greater mobility, athletic performance, flexibility and alignment, and stress reduction.

Is Rolfing right for you?

From Olympic ice skating extraordinaire Michelle Kwan and NBA superstar Charles Barkley to U.S. Paralympic gold medal skier Sarah Will, professional athletes have long sung the praises of Rolfing to enhance their agility and performance and manage aches and pains that come with repetitive motion. 

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Maybe you aren’t pursuing stardom on the playing field, but you’re sick of living in pain. Rolfing helps with conditions like:


  • Headaches

  • Neck & shoulder strain

  • TMJ Dysfunction

  • Whiplash

  • Carpal Tunnel

  • Tennis Elbow

  • Rotator Cuff injuries

  • Low back pain

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Hip problems

  • Knee pain

  • Sciatica

  • Heel spurs

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Postpartum recovery

  • Post surgery recovery

“Thirty years  in the construction business has taken its toll on my muscles and joints. After a series of 10 sessions, Skyelore has worked to realign muscles and tendons, putting me back to alignment. This has given me pain relief as well as energy and greater mobility, maybe even a little height back! Definitely put some pep in my step. I would highly recommend Skyelore! Body Dynamics is the real deal."

-Dan Evans



Reverse time and release stress

Pain is frustrating. It reduces the quality of our lives, makes us feel old, limits our activities and affects sleep, moods and relationships. 


Rolfing can help…

  • Restore your body’s suppleness, balance and fluid movement.

  • Reverse the effects of age-related aches, pains, and stiff joints.

  • Calm the nervous system and reduce stress.

Don’t let chronic pain continue to dictate your lifestyle and your activities. Experience optimum health and learn greater body awareness to enhance your body’s flexibility and performance. Most of all, get back to living your life to the fullest!

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