How much does Rolfing cost?
Regional Basic Rolfing Certification Programs
|Tuition / Fees||Deposit|
|Regional Basic Rolfing Certification|
|2018 Regional Basic Rolfing Program Tuition||$17,107||$300|
|2018 Mandatory Student Fees for whole program||$750|
|2019 Regional Basic Rolfing Program Tuition||$17,792||$300|
How much does Rolfing series cost?
The cost of Advanced Rolfing® sessions varies according to the Rolfer™ and the local economy. Most Rolfers charge session by session, and fees range from $100 to over $300 per session. My Advanced Rolfing® sessions last a full, thorough 90 to 120 minutes.
Is Rolfing a pseudoscience?
The principles of Rolfing contradict established medical knowledge, and there is no good evidence Rolfing is effective for the treatment of any health condition. It is recognized as a pseudoscience and has been characterized as quackery.
How long does it take to become a Rolfer?
How long is the training? The Basic Rolfing® Certification Program in Boulder, CO takes 22 weeks, plus two three-week study intervals, to complete. The Regional Basic Rolfing Certification takes 1-2 years to complete.
How often should you do Rolfing?
Rolfing isn’t a quick fix. “It took time to get into chronic pain, it will take some time to recover,” explains Rock. Her advice: be patient. A good rule of thumb, she says, is that for every year of pain, allow yourself one month of weekly sessions. Although Rock says you should notice improvements with every session.
What is structural integration therapy?
Structural Integration (SI) is a process-based approach to somatic education, typically involving manual therapy, that explores the possibility of change in how you use and experience your body. Through education, awareness, and therapeutic touch, you can release painful, stressful patterns of tension.
Is Rolfing a good career?
A rolfer, being a type of a physician, can earn a good salary, typically in the $50,000 – $85,000 range.
How do you get certified in Rolfing?
Completion of a minimum 250-hour bodywork program. Students must submit an official transcript that shows at least 47 hours of Anatomy, 21 hours of Physiology, 45 hours of Massage or other approved touch training, and 15 hours of Therapeutic Relationship.