The goal of Rolfing is to balance and organize all of the soft tissues of the body in movement and gravity. The side effect of doing this is that people notice more efficiency in their bodies.

  • Treats causes of structural imbalances (not just symptoms)
  • Reduces pain
  • Increases range of motion
  • Increases endurance
  • Improves posture

  • Improves sports performance
  • Increases body efficiency
  • Helps you feel more grounded
  • Gives you greater ease of movement
  • Helps with chronic and acute pain or injury

Jenny Rock

Certified Advanced Rolfer ™

Rolfer since 2001

LMT since 1989 

OR #LMT-19379

Michael Valenti

Certified Advanced Rolfer ™

Rolfer since 2008

LMT since 2011

OR #LMT-18427

James Jacoby

Licensed Massage Therapist

LMT since 2008

OR #LMT-23189

Danyele Ramsey

Licensed Massage Therapist

LMT since 2008

OR #LMT-15609

Blog Posts

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Clients often ask me what to do to keep their bodies healthy… whether it’s between sessions, or just for preventative maintenance.  For a long time I’ve been […]

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Body Balance Rolfing and Massage, LLC

10700 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy., Suite 605, Beaverton, OR 97005


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