Structural Integration (ROLFING) and Shaw Method Swimming with Maria Hussain
10th - 38th February 2019Structural Integration is a wonderful tonic for your posture and movement and can be remarkably effective for chronic pain patterns.
Rolfing work is done on a massage table or for certain moves on a stool or bench. The practitioner will use her fingers, hands or arm to contact certain tissues and then ask you to move in specific ways, freeing the connective tissue we call fascia.
The session can be seen as reacquainting yourself with your body in motion, whether you are a finely–tuned athlete or a computer bound couch potato.
Maria is a popular manual therapist and has been practicing for more than 10 years living in Singapore. She specializes in Structural Integration based on the pioneering work of Dr. Rolf, the founder of Rolfing.
Shaw method teaches greater body awareness, strengthens the relationship between mind and body, promotes freedom of movement and helps to prevent sprain and injury. It is dynamic, effective and enjoyable way of learning. The method appeals to a broad client base ranging from those wanting to discover the joys of swimming for the first time to those competing in Triathlons, recovering from operations and sufferers of chronic long term pain.
Maria studied directly with Steven Shaw the founder of the method and has been teaching for more than 10 years in Singapore.