Rolf Structural Integration with Leah Rachocki


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Cleveland Rolfing is happy and grateful to have found home at Abide Yoga in 2016. 

Certified Rolfer™  Leah Rachocki graduated from the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in 2004. In 2015 she came to Cleveland and established Cleveland Rolfing™ to offer this essential work to her hometown. 

In addition to Abide Yoga, Leah practices in Akron every Thursday. She returns to Palmer, Alaska every quarter for two weeks to serve her longtime practice, Frontier Rolfing.

Rolfing is gentle and effective. A common story that Rolfing is ‘painful deep tissue massage’ is totally wrong. 

Rolfing is defined by principles, and Rolfers use a variety of techniques to meet the goals of the session. Rolfing is not a form of massage, nor is it reiki.

Rolfing offers an opportunity for progressive health and can guide people to inhabit their bodies with grace and ease of movement. Leah offers individualized sessions that work with the Principles of Rolfing, and includes both hands-on therapy and movement education in every session. For clients, she also offers classes and other educational opportunities. 

Rolfing is a Somatic Practice, and is recognized by the federal government as Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. Read more about Rolfing in the Journal of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine.

In 2016, local columnist Zach Lewis featured Cleveland Rolfing twice. Here’s Stretching Out - Rolfing. And here is his Best of 2016 - #7 Rolfing.

In 2012, Leah was interviewed on Radio Free Palmer’s Bridge to Everywhere, by two Five Element acupuncturists. We talk Rolfing for a little more than an hour! We also discuss in detail why they refer clients to Rolf™ Structural Integration, as well as highlighting a few common conditions than can be helped by Rolf SI. 

To arrange a session with Leah, go to www.clevelandrolfing.com. Contact her by email - leah@clevelandrolfing.com.

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