Back for Session 2 of my Rolfing Experiment…He-llo Superficial Backline!
Thank you for joining me on my Rolfing experiment. This post is a part of a special series in which I share my session-by-session Rolfing experience with all of you. The reason I’m sharing this is because when I first discovered Rolfing, I started googling it like crazy, looking for other people–perhaps, dancers or athletes, like me–that had found success with this method of structural integration. Unfortunately, I didn’t find a whole lot. Despite that, over months of research and reading every blog I could find, I decided that I was ready to give Rolfing a try. I am bringing you along with me on this experiment in hopes that it will empower you to make a more educated decision about whether Rolfing is right for you and your body’s ailments.
The Superficial Backline
Session 2 of KMI (Kinesis Myofascial Integration) is all about the superficial muscles and connective tissue (fascia) on the back of the body, the Superficial Backline. This included a lot of work in the plantar fascia of the feet, as well as the spinal muscles (erectors spinae), back of the shoulders, hamstrings, and calves. I must say…Session 2 was intense! Way more so than the first session (The Superficial Frontline) was for me. When I found out why…it made perfect sense. Watch my video blog below to find out why, and venture a guess as to which you would be!
Need to catch up on previous sessions? Visit my YouTube page LindsiKay to see previous videos from My Rolfing Experiment series.
Do you have experience with Rolfing? I would love to hear from you, especially if you were a patient that completed the entire series! What did you think about it? Has it helped you? Do the results last long-term? Feel free to comment your experience below, or send me an email with your thoughts to email@example.com.