I watched as she quite literally grabbed the tissue between her client’s shoulder blades and began to gently pull them in together.
“I’m bringing the spinal erector muscles back toward the spine,” said Certified Advanced Rolfer Nanette Savage.
Savage described her work, which is called rolfing, as “change work.” To the untrained eye, my eye, rolfing looked like some sort of mix between massage and chiropractic care. But the three methods of alternative care have different methods and different intentions.
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