Rolfing in Graz Since 2003

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Rolfing® Structural Integration is a form of manual bodywork that – unlike traditional massage – aims to bring about lasting structural and functional changes. Rolfing brings the body back into alignment, thus improving both mobility and overall well-being.

  • Are you looking to improve your mobility and physical performance?
    (e.g. athletes, martial artists, musicians, dancers, actors)
  • Have you noticed that your posture is not what it could be?
  • Do you have chronic tension that you can’t resolve on your own?
  • Do you frequently do one-sided work that makes you feel out of balance?

Rolfing works throught the manipulation of the connective tissue, which is found throughout the body. It permeates, envelops and supports all of the muscles, bones, nerves and organs. Rolfing acts on this connective tissue network to release chronic tension patterns, realigning and balancing the body.

NOTE: It's possible to document the results of a series of ten Rolfing sessions with before-and-after photos.




Frequently Asked Questions About Rolfing

  • Who benefits most from Rolfing?
    Regardless one's level and type of physical activity or age, each Rolfing session is tailored to the individual needs of the client.
  • How long does a Rolfing session last?
    A Rolfing session lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes..
  • What happens during a Rolfing session?
    First one's structure and movement are analyzed. This results in an individualized improvement process. A client usually lies down for the majority of a session, though sitting, standing and walking are also used.
  • How many Rolfing sessions are needed?
    A Rolfing series usually consists of a series of three or ten sessions, wherein each session builds on the results achieved in the last session. Nonetheless, it is always possible to schedule indiviual sessions.
  • What should I bring to my first Rolfing session?
    If you like, you can bring clothes that you might wear to the gym or to a yoga class. Shorts are ideal as Rolfing through long pants is far from optimal. Naturally you can also just wear your underwear for the session. In addition, if you have medical documentation that you think might provide background for any physical problems you have (e.g. x-rays), then of course you can also bring those along.


"Strength that has effort in it is not what you need;
you need the strength that is the result of ease."

Ida P. Rolf, Ph.D.


Rolfing Structural Integration in the Heart of Graz

My Rolfing practice is located within CIty Yoga Graz in the Graz city center, only a few minutes walk from both Hauptplatz and Jakominplatz.

Rolfing in Graz


Contact the Old-School Rolfer in Graz

If you are looking for a Rolfer who is 100% focused on Rolfing – not physical therapy AND Rolfing, or psychotherapy AND Rolfing, or some esotheric nonsense AND Rolfing – then I am likely the old-school Rolfer for you.

To schedule a no-obligation appointment, please use the form below or send me an email. You can also send me an SMS or leave a voicemail at 0650-8513137. I normally reply within 24 hours.










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Responsible for the content: Nathan Michael Ingvalson B.Sc., Certified Rolfer®
Rolfing Practice City Yoga Graz     Am Eisernen Tor 3     8010 Graz
+43 (0) 650-8513137     
nathan@ingvalson-rolfing.com