Vitality Rolfing LLC

Rolfing Structural Integration offers a combination of hands-on bodywork and movement education. It manipulates the body’s connective tissue to rebalance the body and bring relief from chronic pain, stress, and injury.

What is Rolfing?

Rolfing Structural Integration offers a combination of hands-on bodywork and movement education. It manipulates the body’s connective tissue to re-balance the body and bring relief from chronic pain, stress, and injury.

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The Rolfing Process

The Rolfing® Ten Series is an intelligent approach to structural integration, originally designed by Dr. Ida P. Rolf. Though the Rolfing Ten Series provides a guide for the Rolfing practitioner and client, additional Rolfing sessions can occur outside of this sequence.

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Common Questions About Rolfing

Got a question about rolfing? Checkout out our most commonly asked questions. The answers might surprise you!

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Services & Rates

We offer a number of different services and modalities. Please review our services and rates.

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(970) 215-8737

We offer free 30 minute consultations and flexible scheduling. Call for an appointment today!

Joseph D. Culhane, Ed.D., Certified Rolfer™

Joseph D. Culhane, Ed.D., Certified Rolfer™

For those struggling with chronic physical discomfort in the lower back, neck, hips, and feet, Rolfing® Structural Integration has become the modality of choice for a growing number of people in the Fort Collins (Northern Colorado) area. Following trauma from a car accident, a fall, sports injury, or from just being human in gravity our bodies struggle to maintain healthy structure. Rolfers use a varied degree of pressure to engage a person’s muscle, viscera, and cranial fascia to assist the body in exploring a posture of ease. Some people may simply notice that through the years of active playing their bodies have lost healthy levels of flexibility, agility, balance and coordination. Being active longer is a goal we all share. Rolfing can help you regain your body’s natural tendency to be in a more efficient relationship with gravity, allowing you to move with greater ease, leading to a life of vitality and strength.

About Me

I became a Certified Rolfer™ after experiencing the transformational process of Rolfing as a client. For years, I battled lower back pain and eventually underwent four surgeries, the last being an artificial disc replacement (Kineflex). Though I was able to regain most of the strength I had lost through exercise and physical therapy, I still had a feeling of disconnect in my body. When my physical therapist recommended I explore Rolfing I followed her advise and signed up for a session. It was clear after the first Rolfing session that I had found what I was looking for. It was after the third session when I started to regain a lot of the movement in my pelvis and spine that I had not been able to access for over a decade. Just the feeling of moving from this new place made all of the difference for me. I was beginning to feel, prior to finding Rolfing, that I was going to be in constant pain forever. Rolfing changed all of this for me and has become my life’s passion and career path.

Education / Training / Background

  • Presently, training at the Upledger Institute - Craniosacral therapy & Barral Institute – Visceral manipulation therapy.
  • Rolf Institute® of Structural Integration, 2010, Certified Rolfer™
  • University of Northern Colorado, 2004, Doctor of Education, Sport and Exercise Science, Sport Pedagogy.
  • Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom & Operation Enduring Freedom, 2003, United States Marine Corps Reserve.
  • Public school educator for 15 years; special education, physical education, adapted physical education, physical education teacher education.