Jane Oltramari |
Boulder, CO 80302, USA
Incalls: Available; Outcalls: Available within the provider's 10 mile range.
Style(s): Ayurvedic Yoga Massage, RolfingŪ Structural Integration and Rolf MovementŪ Integration
Hours: Monday - Friday : 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. , Sat.- 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Fees: $ 110 per 1 1/2 hour session (incalls) / $ 125 per 1 1/2 hour session (outcalls)
Description: I was trained in India in Ayurvedic Yoga Massage: a vigorous, stimulating massage that uses deep, penetrating strokes ( I work with my hands and feet), to help release tension from muscles and joints. Manipulations based on yoga postures (Iyengar's Yoga) are designed to open the joints, allowing vital energy to flow more freely. A special ayurvedic herbal powder is used, in combination with oil, to stimulate blood circulation and help the body release toxins. Each session takes 1 1/2 h. I work mostly with people that can't practice yoga because their bodies are too stiff and also with advanced yoga students who are looking into improving their performance. If you are looking for relaxation, invigoration and to improve flexibility , this is the right session for you.
I was trained at The Rolf Institute in Boulder, CO, in RolfingŪ Structural Integration, a wholistic integrative system and movement education that balances and realigns the whole body in relation to gravity. Through soft tissue manipulation and movement education, we Rolfers affect body posture and structure over the long term. Unlike massage, which focuses on relaxation and relief of muscle discomfort, Rolfing is aimed at improving body alignment and functioning. Furthermore, Rolfing can speed up injury recovery by reducing pain, stiffness and muscle tension: improving movement and circulation around joints; and attending to both the injury and any secondary pain that may develop from favoring the injury.
If you think your body should feel better and move more easily, then Rolfing may be the right thing for you. Rolfing can reslolve pain and discomfort from many different causes, including those related to the lingering effects of accidents, illnesses, trauma, repetitive motion injuries, aging, and strain.
Rolfing typically begins with a Series of 10 to 13 Sessions, each one lasting 1 1/2 h. The Ten Series is a systematic approach to aligning your structure; each session builds up on the last and prepares the body for the next.
My most recent training is Rolf Movement, which aims at quality of movement. It brings awareness to movement patterns, offering new options, thus changing perception and coordination. The work consists on a series of 5 sessions and it is recommended for people that want to improve the way they move and like gentle touch.
I am a Certified RolfingŪ, Rolf MovementŪ and Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Practitioner . I am fully dedicated to my clients, practice yoga and meditation regularly, and believe that healing is only possible from a place of full presence, compassion and acceptance of the other. I offer 15 years of experienced hands in service of healing. Free 20 min. consultation.
Note: Professional, therapeutic nonsexual services only.