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Rolfing® Structural Integration

Rolfing® is a holistic manual therapy that focuses on the fascia of the body. It seeks to reorganize the muscles and the connective tissue (fascia) through manipulation and movement. It's a way of decompressing the body, allowing greater fluidity of movement and better alignment with gravity.

What does it do?

With repetitive use, the force of gravity and ingrained habits, our muscles and tissues can suffer from compression. This compression of the body happens over time and can often be the reason behind chronic pain. Rolfing® SI seeks to reorganize the muscles and the connective tissues (fascia) through manipulation and movement. It is a way of decompressing the body, which allows greater fluidity of movement and better alignment with gravity.


Marie-Josée Laviolette
Certified Rolfer

Mojo is a graduate of the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute® in Boulder, CO.
She has taken her skills back to her community in Ottawa with a desire to give back and share the gift of this eye-opening modality.

Whether clients come to her for chronic pain relief, injury recovery, improvement of functional mobility, or posture and body alignment, Mojo addresses her clients’ concerns with care and support for their physical, mental, and emotional well-being

How did she found Rolfing®?

Mojo came upon Rolfing® SI after years of small injuries and compression. As a multi-instrumentalist and musician she constantly found herself having a delightful time but also holding instruments in the oddest of ways.

She tried various types of manual therapy to help relieve the chronic discomfort she experienced in her hips, back, neck, and knees. These injuries were preventing her from leading the life she wanted to live. That's when she discovered Rolfing® SI. 

Rolfing® SI has not only relieved her chronic pain, but also has helped her find a profound sense of home and ease within her own body as her physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being all improved.

She is looking forward to hearing from you, sharing her skills and sharing what it feels to be embodied through this dynamic and multi-modal work.

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