Dr. Rolf's personal study of yoga, osteopathy and homeopathy contributed to the evolution of her Rolfing principles. She aligned her vision of Rolfing with the goals of yoga, "a physical system that enriches the student's body, mind and spiritual well being through an understanding of structural balance".  

With over 10 years of integrative bodywork experience, Beth offers a unique perspective to her teachings by continuously drawing wisdom and skill from various influential teachers, life experience & Rolfing, Structural Integration.

"Rolfing works primarily in two ways, with hands-on manipulation and movement education. It physically changes the body's structure and energetically improves movement and function. Yoga and Rolfing both work subtly with energy inside and outside the body by bringing awareness to breath . Sometimes stress makes us short of breath, so we breathe more tensely. By guiding the breath throughout the body, Rolfing can potentially help relieve tension and increase energy levels."